Here’s what the oldest living men on Earth eat

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And if you eat this way, you can easily add decades to your life…

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Here’s what the oldest living men on Earth eat

I grew up at the height of the American obsession with fake food.

The powers that be thought that fat was bad (and TOO much fat IS bad), so we had all of these low-fat and no-fat options that were made with horrible fake food substitutions.

They were supposed to be like the full-fat versions, but they were truly horrific for you.

SnackWell’s Cookies – that was a particularly terrible line of products that had ingredient lists full of unpronounceable chemicals in order to get rid of the fat but keep the texture and taste.

We also had the McRib – which McDonald’s still brings back once in a while…

The McRib is a bunch of reprocessed pork bits and doesn’t have a rib in it. It’s fake food at it’s finest.

All this fake food is TERRIBLE for you…

But it’s not just fake food that’s truly awful for you.

These trendy “low-carb and high-protein diets” that have gained HUGE popularity over the last couple of decades are also really horrible for us.

These things go by a bunch of names (e.g. Atkins, Paleo, Low-Carb), but they all have one thing in common. You eat a TON of meat and veggies.

In and of itself, meat isn’t bad for you – when you don’t eat too much of it.

And well-cooked veggies are quite good for you.

The problem is that, while these low-carb diets can help you lose an initial amount of weight, they can shorten your life span and aggravate inflammation…

Internal inflammation is the underlying cause of most “aging” diseases such as diabetes, dementia, and high blood pressure.

There is a solution though…

It’s one that the people of Okinawa have practiced for millennia.

And scientists think it’s why Okinawans are one of the longest-lived people on the face of the earth.

Two very different ways to slow aging and reduce inflammation

Science has uncovered two ways you can slow aging and inflammation with diet.

The first is to dramatically reduce calories – usually by 20% of what’s considered “normal.”

Unfortunately, for most people this is incredibly difficult and it’s really hard to maintain.

The reality is that people like to eat when they’re hungry. We’re biologically driven to do that and it’s very hard not to.

The second way to reduce aging and inflammation through diet is an approach that’s the EXACT opposite from what most “gurus” peddle today…

It’s eating a diet that’s low protein, low in fats, and with lots of carbs.

“We found that CR (calorie restriction) and LPHC (low protein, high carbohydrate) were associated with increased levels of the anti-inflammatory cytokine IL-10, which influences brain response to acute injury, while IL-10 in macrophages decreases with age and impairs recovery from neural injury.”

Internal inflammation of the cells is the underlying cause of so many diseases, including dementia and depression…

So if you can get your body to produce anti-inflammatory substances on its own, you’re likely to be MUCH healthier.

You can see how this works in mice studies in the chart below.

Note: While not a perfect representation of humans, mice studies are a GREAT way to see how specific diets will affect humans.

And in my experience this type of diet is super-effective.

A high-carb, low-protein diet is exactly what I teach my students to do…

And they often reverse diabetes and fix many other chronic health issues such as high blood pressure and erectile dysfunction with this approach.

The important thing (at least to me) is that not only does a high-carb, low-protein diet do a ton to keep you healthy…

It’s also EASY for most people to do.

You don’t have to be hungry all the time or practice tons of self-denial in order to follow a plan like this.

And that is great news.

I know it goes against “common thinking” right now…

But if you want to live a long and HEALTHY life, I really recommend that you give this type of high-carb, low-protein diet a try.

You have nothing to lose and everything to gain.

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This helped me lose belly fat without dieting or exercising

It sounds too good to be true, but I really did lose stubborn belly fat without counting calories, living in the gym, or starving myself.

I did a secret little experiment on myself instead… And to my complete amazement, it worked!

My doctor couldn’t believe it when I told him.

He told me I “violated all the rules,” but to keep doing what I’m doing.

So, if you’re interested in finally losing that stubborn belly fat, here’s what I did (ABC news even interviewed me about it)


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