Residents of people living in Blue Zones live in very different parts of the world. Yet they have nine lifestyle habits that lead to happier, healthier, longer lives. Although not all of the nine lifestyle habits are related to diet, I am happy to say that the diet-related habits are inline with the anti-inflammatory clean eating diet we promote here on Clean Cuisine. They get most of their protein from whole food plant sources. Blue Zone residents are big on beans! Fava, black, soy and lentils are the cornerstone of most centenarian diets. Most centenarians eat beans every day.
The best longevity supplement in the world is a simple cup of beans. Every culture has its own variety and method of preparation, and the longest-lived people in the world — from Japan to Costa Rica — eat about a cup per day. Beans are inexpensive, shelf-stable, and quick to prepare. Our recommendation: always have a can of beans in your pantry. Here are 13 creative ways to use a can of beans and 27 delicious recipes! Drain a can of white beans and combine with olive oil, salt, pepper, and minced garlic. Top with crushed red pepper. Quick and Easy Taco Salad: Make a fast version of Adventist haystacks by mixing chopped lettuce, chopped tomato, chopped onion, black beans, and sweet corn kernels. Toss with olive oil, and salt and pepper. Then toss with tortilla chips and top with sliced avocado and scallions. These top-performers were fan favorites in !
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