Just as modern life with all its stresses and strains has been pushing people to travel for physical transformation, the pandemic is also reminding people of their ultimate vulnerability as humans with a finite amount of time on the planet.
In the year ahead, as rising numbers of people take steps to improve their immunity and longevity, the spotlight will shine on places and communities around the world that are already getting it right.
The world’s ‘Blue Zones’ are found in:
These regions have been identified by experts as destinations where people live the longest. In the UK, the average life expectancy for a man is 79.9 and for a woman
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