3 Tips for Longevity From One of Okinawa's Oldest Residents

Chef David Bouley describes what he learned talking to centenarians during a recent trip to Japan.
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At an exclusive Thuzio event at his test kitchen, renowned New York chef and Japanese cuisine goodwill ambassador David Bouley shared a story from his latest trip to Okinawa. Fascinated by residents' long life-spans and great health, Bouley asked for three tips for a long and happy life. Bouley is the proprietor of many restaurants including Manhattan's Brushstroke, which serves inventive multi-course Japanese meals. His focus is on the relationship between health and food.

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