In science, there is the concept of "blue zones", which means regions on Earth in which people live the longest,
The name "blue zones" comes from the color thatthe researchers identified the first such territory. It was Nuoro, a province in Italy, in the Sardinia region. The second blue zone was found on the Nicoya Peninsula, in the northwest of Costa Rica. The third zone was found on the Greek island of Ikaria.
By 2015, researchers have identified a total of five blue zones around the world. This, in addition to the above, is the island of Okinawa in Japan and the city of Loma Linda in California.
It is known that the inhabitants of Loma Linda, for example, inmostly followers of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. They follow a plant-based diet, do not take drugs, alcohol and caffeinated beverages, and remain physically active even in old age.
In general, scientists have identified factors thatunite centenarians: eating healthy, reducing stress, staying physically active, and drinking in moderation. They also have a purpose in life, support from family and friends, and they don't overeat.
Source: Interesting Engineering