People live longer in Central American

In Costa Rica, you very well may live longer! ” should be similar in Panama it boarders on Costa Rica to the south”.

Costa Rica’s Nicoya Peninsula is one of the world’s “Blue Zones,” where scientists have studied and proven that locals have the longest life expectancy of anyone in the world, regularly living well into their 90s.

Overall, according to the World Health Organization, life expectancy at birth for Costa Ricans is 78.8 years, among the top country rankings in the world and nearly a year ahead of the United States—even though the per-capita income of Costa Ricans is about one-tenth that of the U.S. Arguably, one reason for this is the slower pace of living and the warm, welcoming climate in Costa Rica. And, of course, you’ll eat healthy, fresh foods…without preservatives and chemicals in them. Costa Rica is a healthy place to live.

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