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How to live to 100: Secrets of the world’s healthiest village revealed

How to live to 100: Secrets of the world’s healthiest village revealed | Thinking, Learning, and Laughing | Scoop.it
THEY say a little of what you fancy does you good. But it seems the old adage may be wrong when it comes to living a long and healthy life – unless it’s in strict moderation.
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After studying the citizens of the Italian village of  Pioppi, Dr Malhotra found it was their lifestyle that gave them many years of extra life, many over 100 years old. Diet was a key factor as was lack of stress, seven hours of sleep a night, and eating sugar just once a week. Dr. Malhotra has concluded that “simple lifestyle changes such as consuming less sugar were more powerful than any medication doctors could prescribe”.
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Chocolate may help keep brain healthy, sharp in old age, study says

Chocolate may help keep brain healthy, sharp in old age, study says | Thinking, Learning, and Laughing | Scoop.it
Older chocoholics may have a new excuse to indulge their cravings: The dark stuff not only soothes the soul, but might also sharpen the mind.

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Find out why people without an allergy can benefit from a gluten-free diet - HamletHub

Find out why people without an allergy can benefit from a gluten-free diet - HamletHub | Thinking, Learning, and Laughing | Scoop.it
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Find out why people without an allergy can benefit from a gluten-free diet
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It seems that "gluten-free" pops up everywhere we look these days.

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Edible News's curator insight, September 23, 2013 10:00 AM

...the wheat we eat today is not at all like the wheat that was around 100 years ago, unfortunately...