It’s no wonder our life expectancy in North America is 15 years lower than the capacity of the human body as science presently knows it. Who would want to stick around much past 75 when you’re closeted away, made to feel redundant, mocked, and largely ignored? But the fact is, if we want to, we can. Watch the vid below to find out how:
National Geographic writer and explorer, Dan Buettner, examines the world’s so called “Blue Zones” where people regularly live to be over 100 and still ride their bikes to work, chop wood, and star in centenarian-of-the-month calendars. In this video, he shares the 9 diet and lifestyle habits that keep people young and active to a ripe old age. Anyone coming with me to Santorini?