Altering diet to add a decade
Simply making small changes to one’s diet can add as much as 10 to 13 years to life, according to a new study.
Norwegian researchers found that a 20-year-old woman who replaces refined grains with whole grains and legumes, as well as eats more fish and nuts, is less likely to develop heart disease and cancer, and can benefit from an additional 10 years of life.
For men, those changes could mean an additional 13 years of life.
The results do not take into account nutritional requirements, but focus more on caloric