Blue Zones are regions of the world where Dan Buettner claims people live much longer than average. The term first appeared in the November National. Listen to The Blue Zones Audiobook by Dan Buettner, narrated by Michael McConnohie. In this world, there are five regions where people not only live longer than average (many hitting and beyond regularly), but healther and.

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I bought a bag of Almond nuts and enjoying this new addition to my diet. In the 21st century, why are we still losing 7 znoe unborn girls each decade? Oldest people verified by country living Longevity claims. We work with restaurants, grocery stores, schools, and large employers to make healthier foods more accessible and less expensive.

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For example now I always bring a bag of nuts with me to work as a snack rather than eat biscuits or pastries. Dan BuettnerFounder, Blue Zones.

However the author did also make mention of some fascinating centenarians and that helped keep the momentum going.


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You, Sir, are not good at accents and you are hugely distracting! Spending time with friends, neighbours and being involved in the community works wonders to de-stress and give people a sense of purpose.

9 lessons from the world’s Blue Zones on living a long, healthy life

I am fascinated by the work Dan Buettner has completed over the years. Please do not remove this message until conditions to do so are met. To do this, we focus on changing built environments — we want to make the healthy choice the easy choice.

Anybody who has reached an age when longevity seems important will benefit from this book as the authentic research it includes, whilst not strictly speaking “scientific” is full of anecodotal advice which I think many will find useful. I would say yes. I love the way the reader attempts to use appropriate accents for the different nationalities of the people he refers dam. By using our website you consent to all cookies in accordance with our updated Cookie Notice.


Ok, let me save you a few hours; Drink water, eat a good diet, get moderate exercise, surround yourself with others.

For the parking zone regulations, see Disc parking. This book’s merit rests on its interesting content, in my opinion, rather than its prose or overall delivery.

Not the most exiting book I read. Susanne M Gonzalez Records Oldest people verified by country living Longevity claims. In the Blue Zones. It is said in the book that being religious or having spiritual habits buetner up to more years, mostly through routines and social contacts, and it’s never even suggested that afterlife has anything to do with it.

Sanchita Sharma Hindustan Times. Walking instead of driving, cycling, climbing stairs instead of using elevators and doing physical work such as lifting adds to functional fitness, Buettner found.

Being part of a faith-based community adds four to 14 years to life expectancy.