How to live longer: A Seventh-day Adventist diet could increase lifespan

Research has also demonstrated how diets based on whole plant foods can help prevent early death, largely due to their ability to reduce the risk of heart disease, diabetes, obesity and certain cancers.

Medical consultant Dr Sarah Brewer and dietician Juliette Kellow outline details of the Seventh-Day Adventist diet in their book ‘Eat Well Live Longer’.

They write: “Seventh Day Adventists eat at least nine servings of fruit and vegetables per day, lots of pulses, nuts, and seeds, wholegrain, plant-based milks, small amounts of eggs and low-fat dairy, and some fish.

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