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Continuing “Eating to 100 TODAY,” a series about the secrets of a long and healthy life, NBC News special anchor Maria Shriver visits Loma Linda, California, one of the five “blue zones” on Earth with the highest percentage of people living healthy lives to age 100. There she eats lunch at a table with a combined age of nearly 800 years.