ᄈ Early reader series ᔝ PDF Author Dan Buettner ᨏ

ᄈ Early reader series ᔝ PDF Author Dan Buettner ᨏ ᄈ Early reader series ᔝ PDF Author Dan Buettner ᨏ When Juan Ponce de Len landed on the northeast coast of Florida on April 2, 1513, he was searching, its been said, for a Fountain of Youtha fabled spring of water that could bestow everlasting life Historians now know there was to the story The reason the Spanish explorer set out to investigate lands north of the Bahamas was probably because Spain had reinstated Christopher Columbuss son Diego as military governor, effectively removing Ponce de Len from the office Nevertheless, the legend behind Ponce de Lens voyage stuck The idea of discovering a magic source of long life still has so much appeal today, five centuries later, that charlatans and fools perpetuate the same boneheaded quest, whether it comes disguised as a pill, diet, or medical procedure In an all out effort to squash the charlatans forever, demographer S Jay Olshansky of the University of Illinois at Chicago and than 50 of the worlds top longevity experts issued a position statement in 2002 that was as blunt as they could fashion it Our language on this matter must be unambiguous, they wrote There are no lifestyle changes, surgical procedures, vitamins, antioxidants, hormones, or techniques of genetic engineering available today that have been demonstrated to influence the processes of aging The brutal reality about aging is that it has only an accelerator pedal We have yet to discover whether a brake exists for people The name of the game is to keep from pushing the accelerator pedal so hard that we speed up the aging process The average American, however, by living a fast and furious lifestyle, pushes that accelerator too hard and too much This book is about discovering the worlds best practices in health and longevity and putting them to work in our lives Most of us have control over how long we live than we think In fact, experts say that if we adopted the right lifestyle, we could add at least ten good years and suffer a fraction of the diseases that kill us prematurely This could mean an extra quality decade of life To identify the secrets of longevity, our team of demographers, medical scientists, and journalists went straight to the best sources We traveled to the Blue Zonesfive of the healthiest corners of the globewhere a remarkably high rate of the longest living people manage to avoid many of the diseases that kill Americans These are the places where people enjoy up to a 3 times better chance of reaching 100 than we do In each of the Blue Zones, we used a survey developed in collaboration with the National Institute on Aging to identify the lifestyle components that help explain the areas longevitywhat the inhabitants choose to eat, how much physical activity they get, how they socialize, what traditional medicines they use, and so forth We looked for the common denominatorsthe practices found in all five populationsand came up with what I consider to be a cross cultural distillation of the best practices of health, a de facto formula for longevity Herein lies the premise of The Blue Zones If you can optimize your lifestyle, you may gain back an extra decade of good life youd otherwise miss Whats the best way to optimize your lifestyle Emulate the practices we found in each one of the Blue Zones.Read about one of the Blue Zones in this October 2012 article from The New York Times, The Island Where People Forget to Die Get the Blue Zones Newsletter Sign up for free weekly email where we bring you exclusive interviews, cutting edge longevity news, and fresh tips living longer, better The Zones, Second Edition Lessons Living DAN BUETTNER is an internationally recognized researcher, explorer, author His company, specializes in educating people about health well being, based on latest global science, social psyschological research through massive community public Blue Zone Wikipedia Eating To Break Longevity Diet Tips From The Zones Project CAN THE BLUE ZONES BE A BLUEPRINT FOR LIVING LONGER, BETTER IN US growing number of cities are adopting secrets discovered around world tend plus Learn seven wayDan Buettner How to live be TED Talk find path long life health, Dan team study s communities whose elders with vim vigor record setting age In his talk, he shares common diet lifestyle habits that keep them spry past a National Geographic Explorer, writer, founder Quest Network, Inc cover story magazine, Secrets Longer, was finalist Magazine Award Fellow, award winning journalist producer, New York Times bestselling He five places dubbed longest, healthiest lives Story Longer has appeared CNN, David Letterman, Good Morning America, Primetime Live, Today Show discuss delivered than regions much longer average term first November magazine Long Life by BuettnerBuettner identified geographic areas statistically longest Okinawa Sardinia Nicoya Icaria among Seventh day Adventists Loma Linda, California Talk Subtitles Transcript What your Ikigai View Inside Me According Japanese, everyone ikigai An essentially reason get morning enjoy Having spent most last few years helping dozens entrepreneurs their ikigai, whilst also searching my own, I can now visualise it belongs World Happiest People Ultra athlete Rich Roll talks NYT nature happiness how cultivate Solution Food list foods which suggests building improve likelihood success Eat whole foods, mostly plant USA TODAY Nov , Author says many have healthier if they follow some values observed populations residents Key healthy, happy retirement fun Jan For millions Baby Boomers coming retirement, making investments exercising, having fun, new friends continuing Island Where People Forget Die Times Oct Unraveling mystery why inhabitants Ikaria, island square miles home almost Greek nationals, so Transforming Retirement Willamette Continuing Care Proves Benefits Creativity at Any Age When comes art, shows creativity blossom any time Comfortably situated just south Portland, 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    • The Blue Zones, Second Edition: 9 Lessons for Living Longer From the People Who've Lived the Longest
    • 1.2
    • 32
    • Format Kindle
    • 340 pages
    • Dan Buettner
    • Anglais
    • 20 July 2017

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