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Another Article on Blue Zones, Seventh-day Adventists and Gardening

Discussion in 'Traditional Adventists' started by BobRyan, Aug 1, 2020.

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    The world's longest-living people share this hobby—why studies say it can help add years to your life

    July 29,2020

    The world’s longest-living people share this hobby—why studies say it can help add years to your life

    The article begins this way

    "Twelve years ago, Dan Buettner visited communities around the world known for having many centenarians (people who live to be 100 or older), including Okinawa in Japan, the Barbagia region of Sardinia and the Seventh Day Adventist enclave in California.

    Buettner, an author and longevity expert, called these areas “Blue Zones.” He and his team of researchers wanted to find similarities"
     
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