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Who decides how long you will live?

Updated: May 30, 2022

The question is who or what determinate your life ? Many of those who do not think about the question, are life day after day and someday die sooner or later. But what if this is the program? If the date of your death is on the plan that neither you nor nature have decided?

This scientists video show future of possibility to have longer life, but is this correct ?

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Can the aging process be reversed - or even halted, altogether? If we manage to decode this final mystery of our human biology, we might soon be able to eradicate age-related illnesses like cancer, dementia and heart problems. The race to invent the miracle pill is well underway. Today, international researchers are getting astonishingly close to realizing humanity’s dream of immortality.


After watching should we ask ourself few question:

  • if I degree put in my body biotechnology to stay longer or be "healthy"?

  • why I live on the way with stress, chemical food, isolation etc.. which killing me everyday ?

  • if somebody in the world can live good and healthy over 100 years, can I also ?

  • who dedicate already about my lifestyle, me ?

Our reality

school, work, money, stress, no time, the pursuit of success, social divisions, media, fear, divisions between children and parents, consumer life, social media, smartphone, fitness studio's, weddings and divorces, some time for entertainment and 23 days holiday time of all year...

what the fuck ?

There are several studies showing that isolation increases mortality. You are more likely not to get help when you need it, and isolation can be stressful. But, the studies by the Blue Zone group and others have found more interesting information: Being surrounded by groups of people who are living a certain way helps you to live that way as well.

Alison McAllister, ND is the Clinical Consultant Manager at ZRT Laboratory

World is changing

Last two years show as new face of world, human behavior was exposed, many people saw enemies in the eyes of their friends many families were broken up. It is no secret that by 2030 we will be deprived of cash and consumed by digitization. How does this relate to our decision about our health, life expectancy, lifestyle and our passions?

Of course, this technological progress gives us great opportunities for development, success, easier movement in the present world, it makes it easier to pursue economic goals, etc. but where is other way ? Dedication to meditation, living in a camper, becoming a farmer, living in a tent, joining a sect, seminary, psychiatric institution, prison, homelessness, and more. Maybe but it's not very "normal" for most..

Blue Zone

Did you know there are 5 places in the world where your odds of living to 100 are greater than anywhere else on the planet?

These regions are called “Blue Zones” and include:

  • Sardinia (Italy)

  • Okinawa (Japan)

  • Loma Linda (California, Seventh-day Adventists)

  • Nicoya (Costa Rica)

  • Ikaria (Greece).

Based on the research and writings of Dan Buettner, people are studying these communities to try to find out how they have tapped into the fountain of youth and are trying to introduce these tools into new communities and towns.

What do these Blue Zones have in common?

  • A strong sense of family.

  • They eat very little meat and processed foods, but instead eat a diet rich in complex carbohydrates, especially beans, and have a moderate caloric intake.

  • They do moderate exercise every day as a function of living – they walk to work, garden, climb hills, etc.

  • They have a moderate amount of wine per day with friends and family.

  • They have an active, strong social life.

  • They report less stress, sleep well, and nap.

  • They have a strong sense of purpose in their lives.

  • They have a strong faith basis to their lives.

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So how can we incorporate these traits into our everyday existence?

Social and Family Support

In most of these cultures, we find that social and family support is key. I would also argue that faith and religious gatherings are also a part of this. So how does social, family, and faith support help us live longer and — more importantly perhaps — better?

An experiment to change behavior

So, the Blue Zone Community did an experiment to see if they could change the health of a community.

They used a town in Minnesota, Albert Lea, for the experiment. They found that they could change the behavior of this community by making exercise options accessible and easy, by changing the wording on menus in restaurant food to encourage people to choose the healthy option, by limiting snacking in schools, by encouraging only healthy options as impulse buys at the grocery store, and by encouraging people to engage socially in their community.

Years after the experiment, success is still evident; they changed the foundation by which people interact in their personal sphere. Now, more towns are signing up as they see that this impacts citizens’ attendance at work and school and lowers health care costs. While we can’t change everyone’s behavior toward health, we can make small changes that encourage overall health.

Stepping into your Blue Zone

Tips for ways to step into the blue zone include:

  1. Walk your children to school 1 day a week (or more). Take turns with other parents so that it is more feasible with busy work schedules.

  2. Let your children play in the street (with discretion). Not only will your children enjoy it, but it creates a community of neighbors, slows traffic down, and encourages elderly neighbors to come out of their houses.

  3. Build a community. It doesn’t have to be with a religious group, although it may be for you, but it could also be around a volunteer position, your neighborhood, a hobby, or your children’s school.

  4. Eat more vegetables – period. You don’t have to become vegan, but try to incorporate at least 1 vegetable at every meal of the day with a goal of at least 5 servings per day.

  5. Eat with friends at work instead of at your desk. Perhaps go for a walk together every day. You’ll keep yourselves accountable and lower your stress burden.

  6. Add more fiber to your diet. Most of these communities ate more beans per day than average.

  7. Create a family mission statement about what you and/or your family wish for the world. Having a positive sense of purpose in how you are making a difference satisfies us and feeds our psyches.

Having this picture of the world raises the question of where exactly are we going as a population? Does each of us already have a designated chair in the new world ?

so how will it be? A pill for health, Blue Zone or Eco Land ?

Jovan Eco Hause New Life vs Blue Zone

Jovan Eco Hause New Life philosophy it is such of part Blue Zone but not exactly. This philosophy will be implemented in place called ECO LAND. Those of Eco Land's can be created with such of people everywhere in world. The first will be started at 4th June 2022 in Portugal. The Name of first Eco Land is the ORANGE ECO LAND.

About philosophy and what exactly it is you can find here

So what is the difference between Eco Land and Blue Zone. The first is work then technology, modern lifestyle, open future. Eco Land offer completely solution for humans life inclusive possibility of work, increase abilities and talents, using of "good technology", learning, integration with nature and animals, and much more.

This table show difference of three life way in world.




Focus on health




having work




life depends of money




increase passion




family protect




many free time




health food




your lifestyle




consumer life




pressure to be better








mutual assistance




The median age




length of life




Portugal Algarve

Why Eco Land is created in Portugal ?

The Algarve is located in the southernmost area of continental Portugal and the southwesternmost area of the Iberian Peninsula and mainland Europe, covering an area of 4,997 km2 (1,929 sq mi).[10] It borders to the north with the Alentejo region (Alentejo Litoral and Baixo Alentejo), to the south and west with the Atlantic Ocean, and to the east the Guadiana River marks the border with Spain. The highest point is located northwest in the Monchique mountains, with a maximum altitude of 902 m (2,959 ft) on Pico da Fóia.

The Algarve as a whole is one of the warmest places of Southern Europe, with an Atlantic influenced Mediterranean climate, it has mild wet winters and warm to very hot, dry summers. It is overall the sunniest region in Europe, with annual sunshine values ranging from 2600 h in the Monchique Range, to values well above 3100 h on the southern coast.

Portugal, Algarve. It is one of the most beautiful regions in Europe and at the same time the wildest, not contaminated by cyber-civilization

Portugal Population (LIVE)

  • The current population of Portugal is 10,140,214 as of Sunday, May 29, 2022, based on Worldometer elaboration of the latest United Nations data.

  • Portugal 2020 population is estimated at 10,196,709 people at mid year according to UN data.

  • Portugal population is equivalent to 0.13% of the total world population.

  • Portugal ranks number 89 in the list of countries (and dependencies) by population.

  • The population density in Portugal is 111 per Km2 (288 people per mi2).

  • The total land area is 91,590 Km2 (35,363 sq. miles)

  • 66.5 % of the population is urban (6,775,807 people in 2020)

  • The median age in Portugal is 46.2 years.

A Total Fertility Rate (TFR) of 2.1 represents the Replacement-Level Fertility: the average number of children per woman needed for each generation to exactly replace itself without needing international immigration. A value below 2.1 will cause the native population to decline


1.3 (Live Births per Woman, 2020)

Life Expectancy in Portugal

BOTH SEXES 82.7 years(life expectancy at birth, both sexes combined)

FEMALES 85.3 years(life expectancy at birth, females)

MALES 79.8 years(life expectancy at birth, males)

Like we see above Replacement-Level in Portugal is very low in the same time most population living in urban place. Life Expectancy is longer like rest of Europe, it's mean here we have big opportunity of using natural wild spaces on ecological way to increase population and giving for people new way of life thru creation Eco Land.

We leave the choice to you !

Jovan Eco Hause

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