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NBC News special anchor Maria Shriver visits Kathie Lee and Hoda to talk about her “Eating to 100 TODAY” series, in which she visits “blue zones” with the highest percentages of people living healthy lives to age 100. She talks about the diets in blue zones, which are largely vegetarian, and says that blue zone inhabitants also typically have strong spiritual lives.