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McDonald's and other fast food chains, both global and Japanese, are a frequent stop for busy Okinawans. Although the island is being studied for clues to Okinawan's great longevity, studies say that the younger population will not live as long because their diets are higher in saturated fats and calories. (Supporting image from the project Hungry Planet: What the World Eats).

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McDonald's and other fast food chains, both global and Japanese, are a frequent stop for busy Okinawans. Although the island is being studied for clues to Okinawan's great longevity, studies say that the younger population will not live as long because their diets are higher in saturated fats and calories. (Supporting image from the project Hungry Planet: What the World Eats).