A new study has reached the conclusion that by making a small change in your diet you can live up to 14 years longer. Oh, you’ll have to exercise regularly as well. The key is to limit alcohol consumption, not smoke, exercise, and eat your veggies.
The study, published Monday in the Public Library of Science Medicine, included about 20,000 healthy people in the United Kingdom between the ages of 45 to 79. Lead researcher Kay-Tee Khaw, of the University of Cambridge, said people who followed the four rules lived on average 14 years longer than their peers who continued to indulg
“These results may provide further support for the idea that even small differences in lifestyle may make a big difference to health in the population and encourage behaviour change,” the study said.