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Service, Gratitude, and Longevity

    September is a month of service, gratitude, and—longevity. Surprised? Think about it. It is a month filled with holidays that recognize and celebrate

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Environment 100

Declutter Your Life

    This month we’ve been looking at defining, redefining, and refining ourselves. You can’t go through that process without looking at the clutter you’ve

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100 Year Stories

Centenarian Cool

  Pete Rizzo, Uncle Pete, is a lot of things. According to his family, he’s the definition of centenarian cool. He’s a master of mindfulness.

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Fitness and Nutrition 100

Just SAD

    No one can point to the exact moment when the phrase was first coined, but since the late 1970s when the Senate Select

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Fitness and Nutrition 100

Organic and Biodynamic

  Putting dinner (and breakfast and lunch) on the table these days takes some effort. There is certainly more fine print involved than there was

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Chiropractic

Hope and Healing

    We hope for a healthy mind and body. Many of us hope for meaningful relationships and the abundance to live, give, and enjoy

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Quality Time 100

The Pleasure Principle

    “Pleasure is the principle and end to a happy life,” according to Epicurus, the ancient Greek Philosopher. Over a century later, Sigmund Freud

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100 Year Stories

Smile! You’ll Live Longer!

    Smile and you will live longer. Don’t believe it? Researchers at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health have just come out with

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100 Year Stories

Hitting the Road in Italy!

    Without a doubt, aging gets a bad rap. Hitting the road, particularly in beautiful Italy, sounds exciting but is, what some might say,

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Fitness and Nutrition 100

Sick, Fit People

    We have all seen them in the gym, in the yoga studio, or in cycling clubs. The person who looks fit: has toned

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Environment 100

It’s Our Nature

    It’s our nature to want to spend time outdoors. At 100 Year Lifestyle we have always encouraged people to get up, get out,

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Performance 100

What’s Your GAP?

    Your General Adaptive Potential (GAP) is how much capacity you have to live your life.  This means how fast you can run, how

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Longevity

Valley of Longevity

    The Blue Zones have been studied a great deal by longevity experts. However, they aren’t the only places on the map that have

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100 Year Stories

Floored!

    The Blue Zones are a constant source of interest for anyone looking to experience healthy longevity. At The 100 Year Lifestyle we have

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Longevity

US Longevity Hotspot

    If you’ve been following along you know that we have been posting on each of the Blue Zones in the world, and this

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Travel 100

A Dementia-Free Blue Zone

  Often referred to as the island where people forget to die, Ikaria, Greece is one of the five Blue Zones in the world. About

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Travel 100

The Island of Centenarians

    Kane Tanaka, the worlds oldest living person, died at 119 on April 19, 2022, in Fukuoka in western Japan. Had she been living

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100 Year Stories

Tennis Anyone?

    Tennis anyone? At 100 Year Lifestyle we’ve long advocated fresh air, sunshine, and exercise as being key components to a long and healthy

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Performance 100

Why Recurring Injuries Recur

  Recurring injuries are annoying to athletes of all ages. They are also annoying to everyday people who want to enjoy the outdoors and recreational

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