These People Tried The Blue Zones Diet For 3 Months: See What Happened | TODAY


TODAY teamed with Dan Buettner to write down recipes from five areas of the world where people are unusually long-lived. When people in one American city went on a Blue Zones diet for three months, the results were dramatic. TODAY special anchor Maria Shriver reports.
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  1. MacKenzie Schless 27 June, 2020 at 22:44 Reply

    The original book "The Blue Zones Solution" is wonderful, but if you don't want to buy it, I'll tell you it's basically 95% plant foods, no dairy, no more than three eggs per week, fish if you'd like, little added sugar, and meat on special occasions.

  2. Adam A. 27 June, 2020 at 22:44 Reply

    The blue zone diet is easier for people to adopt since it's not as restrictive as a vegan or vegetarian diet, it's only MOSTLY vegetarian (95%). You can still eat meat once a week, and oily fish like salmon twice a week. You can even eat goat dairy pretty regularly, and moderate amounts of red wine.

    The key here is to eat more plant proteins (pintos, black beans, tofu, soy milk etc….), and severely cut back on the meat, but you don't have to eliminate it if you don't want to.

  3. S Kopa 27 June, 2020 at 22:44 Reply

    The biggest causes of illness and health issues are stress and lack of loving connections with true friends.

  4. Tam McPhail 27 June, 2020 at 22:44 Reply

    I don’t think it’s necessarily beans and plants but unprocessed, organic meat and veg. Cooked at home with family eaten with community and laughter.

  5. John Smith 27 June, 2020 at 22:44 Reply

    The recipes are terrible, many don't work. Many ingrediants are not readily available either. Take a pass on this one.

  6. Yazmeli Ayzol 27 June, 2020 at 22:44 Reply

    Lmfao… nobody has given an ounce of thought to the other thing blue zone people have in common allowing them to live longer… maybe its actually down to the old adage… location location location… smh… a carb high diet is the cause of most major ailments… from cancer to arthritis… the fossil record literally shows this to be true…

  7. John Smith 27 June, 2020 at 22:44 Reply

    By sound of it this is whole food plant based, cook or prepare as harvested. These changes happen when you get off the SAD diet.

  8. Iryna Boehland 27 June, 2020 at 22:44 Reply

    Simple food of a peasant is the key! If u eat like kings – u sure get ill. In 4 month of being vegan I lost some weight, but my cholesterol went up. Dr. Klaper reassured me that it is leaving my arteries and that's why we see it in the blood stream.

  9. Almudena Carnero 27 June, 2020 at 22:44 Reply

    Bombones w gracias na mys cosas mias. Virginias melos me mys cosas muy my gracias. Ay otras yo si del mundo.

  10. Серж Шуляченко 27 June, 2020 at 22:44 Reply

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  11. Michael Schuenemann 27 June, 2020 at 22:44 Reply


  12. zeugirdor 27 June, 2020 at 22:44 Reply

    So, basically the Mediterranean diet: rich in raw vegetables and olive oil, fish, seafood, beans and your ocasional meat and dairy.
    My grandmother and 7 of her siblings lived 98+, the other 7 died in their younger days during to the war and others from disease. A good diet won't change your destiny but will help you to enjoy the time you have to the fullest

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