data. In fact, most of us can expect to live just 76.4 short years. But this isn’t the case everywhere, and in a featuring bestselling author , viewers take a trip around the world to peek inside the communities with the most 100-year-olds, called Blue Zones.Buettner, a National Geographic Fellow and three-time Guinness World Record Distance Cycle Holder, examines diet, exercise, community and many other aspects of life beyond the basic advice we’ve always heard for longevity.
He visited Okinawa, Japan; Ikaria, Greece; Sardinia, Italy; Nicoya, Costa Rica; and Loma Linda, California, interviewing people in the about their lives.
His answers have people talking about both the systems we live in that don’t support longevity, and how to support and rebuild the ones that do, or could.Read more on success.com