The Secret to Living Longer, Italian Style
Italians on average live 3 1/2 years longer than most Americans. What better place than a Bocce ball social to find out why? Our resident Italian expert Lucia Nazzaro visits the Pontelandolfo Club in search of the Italian "Fountain of Youth."
Join Lucia as she serves up a little taste of Italy with a side of advice! From food to family to health and home, she’ll take you to places you never knew existed, all with an old world charm and personality. La Vita Italian with Lucia is part of the HooplaHa network.
This HooplaHa Original was produced and edited by Christopher Panton.
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