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The Human Longevity Project. Urgent: Act Now to See It Free!

The Human Longevity Project

Introducing The Human Longevity Project – The Documentary Film That Takes You On An Exciting Journey Around The Globe To Learn From The World’s Healthiest Centenarians–And Shows You How To Apply Their Ancient Wisdom To Your Modern Life. PREMIERES MAY 8TH!

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About the Movie

The Human Longevity Project is an upcoming documentary film series that will take you on an exciting journey around the globe, on a mission to discover the secrets of the longest-lived and healthiest populations on Earth. Filmed over 2 years, in over 50 locations, in 9 countries, on 3 continents, this film will uncover the key lifestyle, environmental, and physiological components to avoid chronic disease, increase health span, and put the brakes on aging in our modern world.

Featuring interviews from premier scientists, physicians, healers, and health experts – along with real-world footage from around the globe, we examined the daily routines and lifestyle practices that range from preconception to geriatrics, with much more observational and scientific scrutiny than ever before. We will scientifically demonstrate the recipe of a long, healthy life – and how to apply these lessons in our modern environment.

At a time when populations of industrialized societies are seeing collective health, quality of life, and the health of the environment decline rapidly, the scientific information and lifestyle practices highlighted in this documentary are absolutely essential to reversing these recent trends and shifting the entire paradigm of chronic disease and destruction of the environment.

In the last 70 years, the modern world has taken a turn for the worse. Our food, water, air, and soil have been decimated by toxic chemicals and metals. Our atmosphere is blanketed in electromagnetic radiation. Chronic mental and emotional stress has become the norm – and our society is fixated on the technological connection while authentic community dissolves.

The Harsh Reality

The percentage of American children and adolescents who are considered overweight or obese has tripled since 1970. Over 1/3 of American children are overweight or obese. Columbia University researchers project that there will be anywhere from $48 – $66 billion added to current health care costs each year between now and 2030. More than 70% of adults across the United States have already been diagnosed with a chronic disease. Treatment of the seven most common chronic diseases, coupled with productivity losses, costs the U.S. economy more than $1 trillion dollars annually.

7 comments to The Human Longevity Project. Urgent: Act Now to See It Free!

  • avatar Roger Botting

    Much of the expected decline in life expectanvy is due to poor lifestyle choices and poor nutrition.
    Lifestyle? Obesity, drug and alcohol abuse, lack of physical exercise are top of the list.
    Nutrition? Poverty and lack of lack of knowledge.
    The solutions are difficult and expensive but mostly are based upon better education and opportunities for social and economic improvement.

  • avatar Norm Steffen

    …. Chronic mental and emotional stress has become the Norm ….

    yah…my parents used to say that alot….:-)

  • The thing is, our lives are getting longer all the time (at least in the west). If that is not as a result of better health, then i don’t know what it is.

    Personally I’m not looking forward to a long slow decline into old age and then death with very little quality of life, as happened to my mother, who died recently at the age of 95.

    As far as the environment is concerned i agree that its health is declining, but one thing that will not help the environment is human beings living longer and longer. There are enough of us as it is!

  • avatar Sarah Mayhew

    Yup, I’m watching it! 🙂

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