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Living to 100
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In 2004, National Geographic and the world’s best longevity researchers to identify pockets around the world where people live measurably longer better. In these “Blue Zones” they found that people reach age 100 at rates 10 times greater than in the United States. We'll talk to Nick Buettner who worked with the expedition team, who will share tips to help you make it to the century mark.
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Staying Young: Living to 100
Tips on living to 100 with special guest Nick Buettner who worked on the Blue Zone research team
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Nick Buettner
Nick Buettner is committed to informing, inspiring and connecting people and ideas. His work with the Blue Zones expedition team provided him a first hand, in person glimpse of these Blue Zones — places that have the greatest life expectancy and where more people reach age 100 than anywhere else in the world. Using National Geographic photography and a dynamic, storytelling delivery, Nick takes audiences to these longest-lived cultures, shares his own observations from the field, and provides your group with ideas to immediately increase their own well-being. Nick also was also Executive Producer of the Blue Zones expeditions to Okinawa, Costa Rica and Ikaria. As a leader on the Blue Zones team, Nick coordinated all field production operations and collaborated with Good Morning America, CNN, AOL, WCCO and the National Geographic Channel to produce live events from remote locations throughout the world.

Blue Zones