Blue Zones - Healthy Longevity

In the United States the average male lives to be 76 and female to 81. Dan Buettner and his research say almost anyone can add at least 12 years to that figure – and you can do it without stress or strain. You do it with the exact opposite.

Dan has been researching what he calls Blue Zones around the world since 1990. He searched for the places where people are consistently living longer, healthier lives and he has identified demographics and geographic locations where people live measurably longer lives. Dan studied the work of Gianni Pes and Michael Poulain who first discovered that Sardinia had the largest concentration of male 100 year olds in the world. These two men drew circles around the locations they were identifying and they became known as Blue Zones.  READ MORE . . .

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