So I saw some deal on TV about Okinawans living to be a healthy and active 100 years old. It attributed this to their super-healthy diet of mostly fruits and veggies, with only moderate amounts of protein coming from primarily fish.
Now I'm 6'4" and weigh about 185-190, but I eat a lot of red meat, carbs, and milk just to keep my weight that high. I could drop to 165-170 easy if I ate a "healthy" diet. I would have to eat a ton of vegetables to keep my caloric intake high enough to keep my weight up. What should I think? I don't think I'll change anything right now, just a topic I wanted to get some opinions on. Thanks.