For­ever young

Nu­tri­tional ther­a­pist and well­ness au­thor Sally Beare shares her re­search into liv­ing a longer, hap­pier and health­ier life, gleaned from the ‘longevity hotspots’ of the world. The best bit? The an­swers are sim­ple and sus­tain­able

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What we can learn from the world’s longevity hotspots

Re­main­ing youth­ful and free of ill­ness into your 90s and be­yond is the norm, not just the ex­cep­tion, in some parts of the world. Known as ‘longevity hotspots’, these are places where peo­ple seem to have dis­cov­ered the se­cret to longer last­ing health and hap­pi­ness, and they aren’t spend­ing a for­tune on anti-age­ing prod­ucts. In Symi in Greece, Cam­podimele in Italy, Ok­i­nawa in

Ja­pan, Bama in China, Hunza in Pak­istan, Barba­gia in Sar­dinia and Ni­coya in Costa Rica, the per­fect mix of an­cient wis­dom and modern science is help­ing to slow age­ing – and adapt­ing some of their se­crets isn’t as hard as you might think.

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