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Variety vs. Simplicity: The Key to Success

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Many cultures around the world have survived, and even thrived, on very limited food supplies and even very limited varieties of the foods. For example, the Okinawans and Chinese centenarians have existed on mostly sweet potatoes, while the Tarahumara’s and the Pima’s in the Sierra Madre’s Mountains of Mexico have lived on corn and beans. ...

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