Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Albert Lea, Minn., and the "Vitality Project"

Organizers said the first-of-its kind experiment added an average 3.1 years to the expected longevity of participating residents . . .

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"I always thought being meatless would be a horrible way to live," Aeikens said. "But there are oodles of things that are tasty and good, vegetables and fruits that really make up a good diet. I wouldn't go back."

-Read the whole story.

UPDATE: More on the Vitality Project here and here.

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