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Getting in shape and staying healthy isn't just to feel better now, it also increases the change one can live longer. Japanese have the longest life expectancies on earth. Today, Yumi shares a few of her thoughts about how she plans to live longer.
水筒(すいとう) canteen; water bottle; thermos
グビグビ in loud gulps (drinking)
水分(すいぶん)をとる to take (drink) liquids
意識(いしき)し始(はじ)める to begin to be aware of; becoming aware of; to be conscious of
平均寿命(へいきんじゅみょう) life expectancy
排泄(はいせつ) excretion (poop or pee)
手(て)を借(か)りる to get someone's help; to ask for help
生活習慣病(せいかつしゅうかんびょう) lifestyle disease; disease caused by lifestyle choices
老化(ろうか)する to age; to grow old
若々(わかわか)しく保(たも)つ to maintain youthfulness
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