Another day, another reason to be astounded by the good health and long life of New Yorkers—known to be the most fit and attractive Americans of all. How is the indefatigable cut of our jib wowing scientists now?
A new study reveals that the vast majority of New Yorkers—more than 90%—don't eat the recommended number of servings of fruit and vegetables each day. But does that stop us? Oh ho!
Despite that shortcoming, the projected average lifespan for New Yorkers increased by about five months to 79.4 years for someone born in 2007, higher than the national average of 77.9, according to the study.
Simple: we eat the rest of you, when you come visit.