Guest Heretic Jason Prall of The Human Longevity Project ~ Part 1

Jason Prall is not only a Longevity and Optimal Health Practitioner, he is the writer, director and producer of The Human Longevity Project. We talk about why Cuba should be the next Blue Zone despite the fact that Cubans eat a diet high in pork fat. You can watch his film for free starting May 7th, click here to sign up.

Jason Prall, Human Longevity, Nutrition Heretic podcast

Don’t miss part 2 of the interview where Jason tells us about the lifestyle  and mindset of the world’s oldest inhabitants.

Jason has traveled the world for the last 15 months, to all the Blue Zones (Costa Rica, Greece, Italy, Okinawa) – and interviewed the world’s leading researchers, doctors, experts, authors, etc… on building true health, healthy aging, and longevity.

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.

You can learn more about the Human Longevity Project through their website.

Highlights from today’s episode:

03:50 ~ Historical context of the Blue Zones.

08:20 ~ The role of animal protein in traditional cultures.

16:07 ~ Why  Cuba is not a Blue Zone.

18:45 ~ Cultural culinary traditions and adapting to the environment.

41:45 ~ The role of microbiota and why you can’t take the moral high ground.

48:32 ~ How context, lifestyle, and community build a framework that exists around the world.

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