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The Blue Zone - Various - Hörzu 1 (Vinyl)

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  1. Aug 29,  · “Blue Zone” is a non-scientific term given to geographic regions that are home to some of the world’s oldest people. It was first used by the author Dan Buettner, who was studying areas of.
  2. In these communities, Buettner’s team of medical researchers, anthropologists, demographers, and epidemiologists found common denominators of all the Blue Zones regions. He calls them the Power 9: 1) Move naturally. Moving naturally throughout the day — walking, gardening, doing housework — is a core part of the Blue Zones lifestyle.
  3. “Bluezone delivers the Viking food preservation promise of freshness and flavor. Our customers love the extended produce shelf life thanks to the removal of ethylene gas, an odor-free refrigeration environment, and foods that are free of cross-over flavor.”.
  4. Jan 01,  · It goes over 4 case-studies where the Blue Zone team went into cities and created change on a large-scale basis. It also has a ton of recipes in it. The Blue Zones is the earlier book, and goes over the 4 original blue zones with information from his original trips, interviews, research, and history of the regions.4/5().
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  6. In Blue Zones, the residents eat different varieties of beans usually once a day. Ikarians like to add garbanzo beans and black-eyed peas to their diet in almost every meal because they’re rich in antioxidants, fibre, protein, vitamins and minerals. Also, other Blue Zones typically eat beans an average of five to seven times per week. 7.
  7. 1) Moving naturally. People in the Blue Zones didn’t go to the gym to work out. They walk to the market, they work in their gardens, they bike to visit friends. They move all day long. 2) Purpose. They all have a sense of purpose in their lives. 3) Slowing down.
  8. Majority of the healthiest and oldest people in the world live in the Blue Zone. While their habits are slightly different, they eat mainly a herbal diet, frequently workout, drink small amounts of alcohol, sleep and have secure spiritual, family, and social networks.
  9. May 26,  · 1-Sentence-Summary: The Blue Zones gives you advice on how to live to be years and older by looking at five spots across the planet, where people live the longest, and drawing lessons about what they eat, drink, how they exercise and which habits most shape their lives. Read in: 4 minutes Favorite quote from the author.

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