Reclaim your health for a longer life with ‘The Longevity Paradox’

Dr. Steven Gundry set out to figure out why some people live such long, active lives, while so many of us struggle as we get older. “The Longevity Paradox” shares informative, life-changing information and introduces an easy, step-by-step approach to help you feel healthier and more youthful today, no matter your age. “The Longevity Paradox” airs on Arizona PBS Saturday, Dec. 7 at 4 p.m. and encores on Sunday, Dec. 8 at 9:30 p.m.

Dr. Gundry exposes the hidden health threats that are shortening our lifespans, debunks five of the biggest myths about aging, and reveals the secrets of the world’s longest-living people. The program is based on the latest scientific research and on the experiences of everyday people struggling with autoimmune diseases, obesity, diabetes, digestive problems, inflammation, heart attacks, joint pain, brain fog, and premature aging. Dr. Gundry thinks age is just a number and anyone can reclaim their health for a longer, healthier, more youthful old age.

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Dr. Steven Gundry was previously the professor and chairman of cardiothoracic surgery at Loma Linda University School of Medicine. In 2000, Dr. Gundry started his own practice dedicated to using diet to reverse and prevent chronic illness. Since then, Dr. Gundry has shown thousands of his patients how dietary and lifestyle changes can dramatically reverse health problems that traditional medicine could not help. He’s also the author of the New York Times bestsellers “The Plant Paradox” and “The Longevity Paradox.”


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