Blue zones -- like areas in Italy, Japan, Greece, California, and Costa Rica where the people have traditionally stayed active to age 100 or older -- are some of the healthiest in the world. "In every Blue Zone, they eat less than we do, by at least 20 percent," Buettner says. One trick for slashing portions: "Instead of putting big platters of food at the center of the table, fill each plate at the counter," Buettner says. More from Health.com:Little Ways to Lose Big Pounds25 Ways to Cut 500 Calories a DayAmerica's Healthiest Superfoods for Women 7 Ways To Become Healthier Today
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