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Looks like they drink (likely raw) goat's milk.There's no magic bullet to living beyond the age of 100. But some places are on the right track.
National Geographic writer Dan Buettner seeks out "Blue Zones," a few pockets around the world where a higher number of people live for a remarkably long time.