Dan Buettner is the journalist who popularized the discovery that people in five distinct areas of the world — Sardinia, Italy; Okinawa, Japan; Loma Linda, California; Ikaria, Greece; and the Nicoya Peninsula of Costa Rica — have a tendency to live really long lives. Their robust health (even when they’ve passed the age of 100) has a lot to do with what they eat, and in this book, Buettner helps you aim for the same results. "The Blue Zones Kitchen" brings together delicious and nutritious recipes from these five longevity-prone regions, giving us all an opportunity to develop a steady practice of eating the Blue Zones way. And who wouldn’t want to prolong a life that’s full of yuca cakes, dashi broth, minestrone, and oatmeal cookies?
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