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Your Longevity Menu

People who improved their diet by 20 percent over a 12-year span—by eating more whole grains, vegetables, and omega-3 fatty acids—reduced their risk of dying in the next 12 years by study found. It’s easy: Just take some Sunday time to fix meals that incorporate those three components. That’ll help you avoid weekday takeout.

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