Dr. Aseem Malholtra was amazed by what he saw when he visited the small village of Pioppi in southern Italy. The old folks there were different.
Not only were they extraordinarily old—many were past 100—they were active and healthy.
After doing some research, he discovered that residents there have an average lifespan of 89. That’s 11 years more than Americans.
More importantly, they villagers age well.