I think the old Okinawans probably eat far fewer calories daily. Of course, their diet consists of vegetables and rice, with a little bit of fish a couple times per week, but I'd love to see a caloric analysis of their eating habits. Since eating fewer calories is directly related to longevity, I have to wonder if that is the reason why Okinawa has more centenarians than anywhere else in the world.
They eat simple, vegetarian meals; they are active, too. Does this Dr Wilcox bring in physical activity?
eggs as a substitute for Okinawan breakfast of miso soup and tofu? hm. Anything like the red velvet homemade cookies at the paleo diet blog someone posted recently?