HEALTHY LONG LIFE DOCUSERIES
Healthy Long Life is a seven-part documentary series that tackles the problem that when aging, the last ten years of life are spent in sickness, pain and paying crushing medical bills. The good news is that keys to being healthy while aging are uncovered through interviews with the world’s top experts, chefs, cancer survivors and healthy people over the age of 100. The series features a bonus 8th episode with expert comments on how to rise up form coronavirus and COVID-19.
The Healthy Long Life documentary series is a global celebration of life, food, ancient healing traditions, dance and music. It’s a feast for the eyes, and food for the brain. It uncovers longevity and health secrets around the world.
Daniel E. Kennedy
Daniel E. Kennedy is an author/co-author of fifteen books on health including 50 Critical Cancer Answers and Undermining Cancer.
Marcela Contreras-Santini’s art makes this docuseries stand out with a captivating contemporary and eclectic look that is an amalgam of modern and ancient elements seen through a watercolor lens.
SOUND MIXER & DESIGNER
Alessio Costantino is the production sound mixer responsible for engineering the live sound recordings and all audio in post-production for this docuseries.
T. Colin Campbell
Dr. Campbell is a Professor Emeritus at Cornell University. He was the coordinator of The China Study and is a New York Times Best Seller Whole: Rethinking the Science of Nutrition and the book The China Study.
Dr. Contreras is an oncologist and the general director of Oasis of Hope Hospital. He is a renown expert on alternative and integrative cancer treatments. He is the author of twelve books including his newest book release in 2020 entitled The Art & Science of Undermining Cancer.
Where better to begin the search for longevity than one of the oldest civilizations on Earth? Experience the food, spices, music, dance and wisdom of India as we talk with premier doctors, an award winning chef and a man who survived a deadly disease and now cares for children in need.
Visit the heart of another ancient civilization and stand at the base of one of the New Seven Wonders of the World, the pyramids of Chichen Itza. Learn from modern day healers who carry on the traditions of the great Mayans, like the nutritionist preparing a meal, sourced at an organic farm, that celebrates the divine flavor of Mexico.
Meet two Sardinian brothers thriving in their 90s, who still work at the family café and grow their own food in the “Blue Zone” centenarian capital of the world. Venture inside the homes of everyday Sardinians to see how traditional pastas, soups and breads are made.
Deep inside the fertile crescent of Israel, which still stands as the crossroads of Africa, Asia and Europe, is an abundance of culinary and healing tradition, some of which dates back to the Dead Sea Scrolls. One healer shares the power of ancient natural remedies, including laughter.