Roselio Muniz is 101 years old and he’s sharing the daily activities and choices he believes are responsible for not only getting him to this point but have allowed him to continue to live a life of vitality and passion.
Just as smoking builds up over time and can lead to lung cancer, “meaty” diets can build up over the years, leading to heart and brain problems, according to one of the world’s top nutrition experts. Neal Barnard, M.D., explains the power of food.
Fitness and nutrition expert Lisa Lynn has a track record of success and of helping people who don’t think it’s going to work for them. She explains how her own years of failed diets and eating habits led her discover what really works. Get her tips.
If you were around in the late 1960s and ’70s, you could not go anywhere without seeing the works of Peter Max. Now in his 70s, he’s healthier and happier than ever and still creating works of art and hanging with the coolest people around.
You know you should lose weight and lower your blood pressure, but retooling your whole diet can feel so overwhelming. Health and wellness expert Kathy Freston instead wants you to start leaning toward a healthier lifestyle, one tweak at a time.
Jim Morris is a bodybuilding icon who, at the age of 77, is more ripped, stronger and healthier than ever. He’s smashed stereotypes throughout his entire life and now PETA is ready to honor him for his strong, animal-free body.
If you think high-endurance athletes can’t fuel their bodies on plant-based diets, wait until you meet Rich Roll, who initially tried to prove his wife wrong about a vegetarian diet. He’s now one of the world’s fittest men and a dedicated vegan.
The frontman for The B-52s, the greatest party band of all time, explains what happened to the band when it became an “overnight success” and why it was suddenly stressful. Plus, find out how the 61-year-old is still finding new ways to rock.
Joe Cross had a great family and a successful career. But he was extremely overweight, sick and slowly dying. He explains what motivated him once and for all to change his life. He’s down more than 100 pounds and off his medication. Find out how.
Dr Caldwell Esselstyn is an esteemed researcher who says heart disease is a food-borne illness, and you can not only prevent it but reverse it by eating a plant-based diet.