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Discover the secrets of the world’s healthiest, longest living people, so you can live life to the fullest…
Why do people in some regions live longer — and healthier — than others? This is a question upcoming Food Revolution Summit speaker and National Geographic Explorer Dan Buettner wanted to answer.
Buettner identified five geographic areas where people live the longest. He named these areas “The Blue Zones,” and found that even though residents of these areas live in very different parts of the world, their diets and lifestyles have many things in common.
If you want to add years to your life, and also life to your years, then this is information you need to pay attention to and apply in your life.
Science tells us that most of us have the capacity to make it well into our 90’s, largely free from chronic disease. But life expectancy in the U.S. is only 78 years, and recently it’s been going down.
Meanwhile, many of us fear aging because our elders often live in chronic pain and suffering. But the people in the Blue Zones show us that it doesn’t have to be this way. For many of them, it’s normal to live vibrant and full lives into their 90’s and beyond.
In this inspiring 20-minute video, you’ll hear Dan Buettner debunk common myths about longevity. You’ll also learn where the Blue Zones are, what and how the people eat and live, and the most significant thing you can do to apply their principles in your life.
A team of researchers and scientists worked together to search for evidence-based commonalities among all the places with the highest life expectancies.
Here are the nine things they found in common. These lessons can help you — and those you love — live longer, healthier, and happier lives:
Dan Buettner is a speaker in the 2017 Food Revolution Summit. He and 23 of the world’s top food and health experts are sharing their latest, breaking insights about food, health, and the future of life on Earth.