Jason Prall is a Longevity and Optimal Health Practitioner who works remotely with individuals around world to provide solutions for those struggling with weight loss or suffering from complex health issues that their doctors have been unable to resolve.
John Dahlgren is a documentary filmmaker, writer, and photographer based in the Pacific Northwest. As a “one man band”, John’s latest documentary, Extending The Play, was accepted into numerous film festivals across the United States and also screened in Europe.
Kiran Krishnan Breast milk is one of the most amazing natural compounds or foods that you can find. I always say it’s the only mammalian food that’s been perfected by evolution. Right? Women until this day are still making breastmilk because it’s absolutely necessary.
Lara Adler on Environmental Toxins and Chronic Disease. You know, for a lot of us this new landscape is not leading towards positive health outcomes. So I look at, you know, all of this sort of unchecked use of synthetic materials in a commerce as this like the largest human experiment
Dr. Jolene Brighten on Quality of Life over Quantity of Years. Is this something that’s been recognized in a lot of these cultures where they have these mind body practices? Maybe they have priests, maybe they have medicine women, maybe they have medicine men. Um, maybe they have a, you know, a temple that they visited, but you know, something that unifies all of them is a practice and a routine and a ritual.
Dr. Daniel Kalish on Diet, Community, Movement and Purpose. When I was, when I was first reading through the Blue Zones book, I think it wasn’t until the third chapter, that I realized, wait a minute, this is a recurrent theme. Every one of these groups has figured out an anti-inflammatory diet, don’t seem to walk up and down hills a lot and get some exercise.