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.
A graduate of Yale and Olympic Gold Medalist, Dr. Esselstyn is the Director of the Cardiovascular Disease Prevention and Reversal Program at the Cleveland Clinic Wellness Institute. He is highly recognized for his appearances in documentaries such as Forks Over Knives.
The late Dr. Ernesto Contreras, Sr. was an oncologist and pathologist credited with establishing the first alternative cancer treatment center in Mexico. He founded the Oasis of Hope Hospital in 1963 with the mission of caring for the whole person—body, mind and spirit.
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.
Dr. Fiorillo is a researcher at the IRGB Institute for Genetic and Biomedical Research, Italian Research Council. He is Scientific coordinator and supervisor of the ProgeNIA /Sardinia Project, a National Institute of Health study on longevity genes, aging and disease.
Adolofo Melis is a man in his mid-90s who continues to work in his son’s cafe Bar Biliardi in Perdasdefogu, Sardinia. He also grows all of his own food in the family garden. He and his siblings set the Guinness World Record for the oldest living siblings with a combined age of 837 years.