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Follow These 7 Eating Habits of World’s Longest Living People!

1) Eat Less Meat

According to the Adventist Health Studies, vegetarian Adventists outlived meat-eating Adventists by up to eight years.

2) Eat more Plants

Eating less red and processed meats and more legumes, whole grains, and nuts could add a decade to young people's life expectancy.

3) Eat Smaller Fish

Why? Smaller fish tend to have lower mercury concentrations than larger, longer-lived fish that have accumulated more of the toxic metal.

4) Eat Beans

Daily bean intake: 1 cup. These include, chickpeas, red beans, lentils, peas, edamame, and pintos. High fiber, protein, and minerals assist treat type 2 diabetes.

5) Eat handful of nuts

As a source of mono- and polyunsaturated fatty acids, nuts can lower LDL (low-density lipoprotein), or "bad" cholesterol, levels, despite their high fat content.

6) Sprinkle some olive oil on bread

Use it on salads, vegetables, & even bread, although only whole-grain bread should be used.  As, white breads lack fiber and elevate blood sugar, increasing insulin.

7) Drink Sugar Free Coffee & Tea

Don't eat sweets often. Avoid sugary drinks and drink coffee or green tea. Psychopharmacology found that green tea may boost memory.

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