Do you ever wonder what you can do to live a longer, happier life? Dan Buettner talks to Anne and Heather about just that. As a New York Times bestselling author and Guinness World Record-holder, Dan is the man for your lifestyle queries!Be sure to follow BETTER TOGETHER on IG!From Straw Hut Media
My guest this week is Dan Buettner. He’s a New York Times best-selling author and founder of The Blue Zones. Dan discovered the five places in the world, called blue zones hotspots, where people live the longest, healthiest lives. They are the Barbagia region of Sardinia, Ikaria in Greece, the Nicoya Peninsula in Costa Rica, Loma Linda in California and Okinawa, Japan. Over a number of years, Dan teamed up with National Geographic to go to these ‘blue zones’ and study their people. What were they doing differently? How do they live? And what’s their secret? Dan found 9 common lifestyle habits in these regions, which he called the Power 9. Today, Dan takes me through their rituals (some may surprise you) and tells us how we can adapt this 'blue zone lifestyle' in our own homes. Dan’s books: The Blue Zones Kitchen The Blue Zones of Happiness The Blue Zones Solution
#103 What Blue Zones Can Teach Us About Living Longer | Dan Buettner
The Darin Olien Show
The average person should be able to live to the age of 93. But the average American life expectancy is only 78 years. What can Blue Zones, the areas in the world where people live the longest, teach us about living a long, healthy life? Dan Buettner, award-winning journalist, producer and best-selling author explains what he’s learned about longevity and what he’s doing to approve American communities with his knowledge. We all can live longer, if we take the time to learn from our global neighbors. || LINKS || https://www.amazon.com/Blue-Zones-Kitchen-Recipes-Live/dp/1426220138 | Full Show Notes -
In Episode #134 I sit down with Dan Buettner, best-selling author of The Blue Zones, to chat about longevity lessons from the healthiest and longest living populations on planet Earth. These populations, together described as the 'Blue Zones', being Loma Linda (California), Ikaria (Greece), Nicoya (Costa Rica), Sardinia (Italy) and Okinawa (Japan). When we understand how people in these parts of the world are living we can begin to understand where we may want to adjust our lifestyles. Adjustments that may well lead to the health and longevity that they experience!Hope you enjoy the episode.Resources:The Blue Zones booksLearn more about The Blue ZonesDan Beuttner on InstagramMy book The Proof is in the PlantsSupport the show?If you are enjoying the Plant Proof podcast a great way to support the show is by leaving a review on the Apple podcast app. It only takes a few minutes and helps more people find the episodes.Simon Hill, Nutritionist, Sports PhysiotherapistCreator of Plantproof.com and host of the Plant Proof PodcastAuthor of The Proof is in the PlantsConnect with me on Instagram and TwitterDownload my two week meal plan
For our second episode in our Community series, we are delighted to present the magical Dan Buettner!Buettner is an explorer, National Geographic Fellow, award-winning journalist and producer, and a New York Times bestselling author. He discovered the five places in the world—dubbed Blue Zones—where people live the longest, healthiest lives. Buettner now works in partnership with municipal governments, large employers, and health insurance companies to implement Blue Zones Projects (well-being initiatives applying the lessons from Blue Zones) in communities, workplaces, and universities. The program has dramatically improved the health of more than 5 million Americans to date.In this podcast, we cover the main correlating factors for longevity in these Blue Zones, and how we can start to implement changes in our own lives to be healthier and happier.“If you are overweight in America and possibly Ireland it is probably not your fault. If you go back to the 1980s, in this country about a third as many people were obese and about a seventh as many people were suffering from type 2 diabetes. Back in the 80’s they didn’t have better diets or better discipline. What’s changed is there are about 20 times more fast-food chains now, we drive about 60% more instead of being on our feet, a full 40% of all retail outlets, pharmacies and gas stations... all have junk food. We are genetically hardwired to eat fat and sugar and take rests whenever we can, and that's okay when you live in an environment of hardship and scarcity like we have for 99% of human existence but now you throw that same genetic makeup into a cesspool of burgers, fries, pizzas, and package snacks, your genetics are going to win out all day long!”A great episode to follow from Helena Norberg-Hodge last week. We really hope you enjoyed it! Further information on Dan Buettner:His books:The Blue Zones: Lessons for Living Longer from the People Who’ve Lived the Longest, Thrive: Finding Happiness the Blue Zones Way, The Blue Zones Solution: Eating and Living Like the World’s Healthiest PeopleThe Blue Zones of Happiness Reference:Richard Leider Calling Cards See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
402: 9 Longevity Secrets From The World’s Healthiest People | Dan Buettner
The Melissa Ambrosini Show
This is it! The episode I have been waiting for YEARS to bring you! Get ready for an epic, inspiring conversation with none other than Dan Buettner. If you’ve never encountered his work before, Dan is an explorer, National Geographic Fellow, award-winning journalist and producer, New York Times bestselling author, and one of the founders of the ‘Blue Zones’ — the areas dotted around the globe where people live the longest, healthiest lives. By studying these Blue Zones, Dan has helped uncover the longevity and health secrets of these extraordinarily long-lived communities… and BOY do they have big things to teach us! Press play right now to learn how to transform your home into a miniature blue zone; how to radically extend your life- and healthspan, and how to eat, move, play and pray like the world’s healthiest people. Dan is a fascinating man, and this conversation does not disappoint. Enjoy!Head to https://melissaambrosini.com/402 for the show notes.My newsletter: melissaambrosini.com/newsletterMy instagram: @melissaambrosiniThis episode is brought to you by @blubloxofficial. Head to www.BLUblox.com now and enter the code MELISSA for 15% off your order.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
298: The secrets to a long, healthy life | Dan Buettner, Blue Zones founder
The mindbodygreen Podcast
Dan Buettner: “If you want to live a long time, you want to think about shaping your surroundings.”Buettner—a longevity expert, New York Times bestselling author, and founder of Blue Zones—joins mbg co-CEO, Jason Wachob, to discuss the nonnegotiables for a long and healthy life, plus:*How to pack more movement into your everyday**Why you should keep your shoes by the door**How to actually find your purpose**Why kids who live with their grandparents do better in school**How much coffee you should drink to reap the benefits without feeling jittery*Referenced in the episode:- Blue Zones website.- Buettner's Blue Zones books.- Study showing the link between volunteering and mental well-being.- mbg Podcast episode #157, with Buettner.- mbg Podcast episode #34, with Buettner.- Buettner's TED Talk on how to live to be 100+.- Blue Zones true vitality test.- Blue Zones life challenge.- Buettner's National Geographic article on the world's healthiest foods.Sign up and learn more about the mindbodygreen x Lexus Retreats in Motion here!Enjoy this episode, sponsored by Lexus! Whether it's an article or podcast, we want to know what we can do to help here at mindbodygreen. Let us know at: email@example.com.
S2 E6: The Blue Zones Habits for Longevity With Dan Buettner
Life Time Talks
The Blue Zones are five places around the globe that explorer Dan Buettner and fellow researchers have identified as having the highest populations of longest-living individuals. Buettner joins us to talk about the Blue Zones and the Power 9 healthy-lifestyle habits they have in common, plus ways we can begin to incorporate these behaviors in our own lives for increased longevity and vitality. Find the episode highlights, get related resources and view the transcript for this episode at https://thesource.lifetime.life/podcast/dan-buettner/ Have thoughts you’d like to share or topic ideas for future episodes? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org — we’d love to hear from you! Follow us on Instagram: @lifetime.life The information in this podcast is intended to provide broad understanding and knowledge of healthcare topics. This information is for educational purposes only and should not be considered complete and should not be used in place of advice from your physician or healthcare provider. We recommend you consult your physician or healthcare professional before beginning or altering your personal exercise, diet or supplementation program.
Blue Zones’ Dan Buettner: “The longevity All-Stars”
Danny In The Valley
The Sunday Times’ west coast correspondent Danny Fortson brings on Dan Buettner, founder of Blue Zones, to talk about longevity in the era of Covid, finding the oldest people on earth (4:10), the common denominators (6:20), why you can’t pursue health (8:40), how cities are using Covid to change how they are set up (11:00), his pitch (12:55), why the built environment is so important (16:45), starting out with a National Geographic story (18:40), trying out his idea in Minnesota (21:00), why Covid could also be a hindrance (23:10), why trees are important (27:10), the Covid silver linings (31:40), why purpose is good for health (34:00), and life-extending minestrone (36:00). See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.