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Eating Like Okinawan Centenarians: The Okinawa Food Pyramid + USDA’s MyPlate


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This series of articles titled Eating Like Okinawan Centenarians work off the concepts outlined in the book The Okinawa Program — How the World’s Longest-Lived People Achieve Everlasting Health – And How You Can Too. The book authored by a team of medical and scientific experts documents the diet, exercise and lifestyle practices of the world’s healthiest, long-lived  people and suggests ways in which we can incorporate those practices in our own lives.

Lean Streak will discuss several of these practices one at a time and give practical ways to incorporate them in our daily diet.

The Okinawa Pyramid:

With the evolution of healthful food philosophies, the  United States Department of Agriculture’s (USDA’s) food pyramid is fast becoming a relic. There seems to be an overarching consensus that there need to be several servings of fruits and vegetables in the daily diet and that whole grains, which in my opinion are tastier…

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Dr Dubois, DC, CCSP Dr. Dubois, a Swiss physician, and a Triangle Certified Sport Chiropractor has over 20 years of experience in the treatment and prevention of disorders of the musculoskeletal system. Amongst his patients, two world champions in martial arts (gold medalists in 2005 WMJA), one carrier of the Olympic flame in 2004, and numerous soccer players, swimmers and athletes of all levels who benefited from his chiropractic care.

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