Study: Diet Is Secret to Okinawans' Longevity Some gerontologists say people from the Japanese islands of Okinawa live longer than people anywhere else in the world. A 25-year study of Okinawan centenarians suggests the Okinawan diet is the "healthiest diet on the planet." NPR's Eric Weiner reports.
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Study: Diet Is Secret to Okinawans' Longevity

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Study: Diet Is Secret to Okinawans' Longevity

Study: Diet Is Secret to Okinawans' Longevity

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Some gerontologists say people from the Japanese islands of Okinawa live longer than people anywhere else in the world. A 25-year study of Okinawan centenarians suggests the Okinawan diet is the "healthiest diet on the planet." NPR's Eric Weiner reports.