The manner with which people live their lives varies greatly from place to place. But there are specific areas of the world where inhabitants often live to see beyond their centennial birthdays. Such a feat is considered relatively rare in most societies – so what specifically makes these exceptions so different?
Well, that’s the question that certain scientists have been trying to answer. And based on information acquired from a number of different studies, a number of possibilities have emerged. But broadly speaking, it seems that those who live longer than most tend be less likely to contract otherwise prevalent conditions such as diabetes or cancer.
However, there are only a few areas in the world that display an exceptionally healthy populace. But after some investigating, the American Cancer Society (A.C.S.) believes it may have found a common trait binding these communities. And the best part is that these people’s secret isn’t esoteric. Rather, it’s something the rest of the world can embrace.