Sardinia is the place where people live the longest and healthiest on earth. Sardinians account for 0.002% of the world population, but represent 14% of the people aged 110+.
A cluster of towns on the island represent the first Blue Zone ever discovered. Blue Zones are regions of the world where evidence thusfar shows people live much longer than average.
The exquisite diet, quality of life, and strong social bonds shared by Sardinians have been the center of scientific and anthropological discussions for decades.
The overwhelming number of centenarians living on the tiny island of Sardinia all share a diet rich in ancient whole grains (which account for 47% of total food intake), dairy (26%), and vegetables (12%). Traditional Pane Carasau, local spiny artichokes, wild asparagus, tomatoes, and indigenous Bosana olives are all dominant staples of exceptional quality.