Life expectancy in Norfolk and Suffolk higher than English average - but data shows discrepancies between the counties in other areas

Picture: ANTONY KELLY

Picture: ANTONY KELLY - Credit: Archant

People who live in Norfolk and Suffolk are expected to live at least a year longer than the national average, according to new data.

In Norfolk, 59.8pc of people ate their five-a-day and 56.5pc of adults were physically active.

In Suffolk, 57.4pc of people made sure they had their fruit and vegetable intake, with psychical activity at 57.8pc.

The averages for England were 52.3pc of people for their five-a-day, and 57pc for physically active adults.

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