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Episode Summary

Dr. John Day joins Adam Camac to discuss his book, The Longevity Plan: Seven Life-Transforming Lessons from Ancient China, what he learned about healthy lifestyles and longevity in the small village of Bapan, China, and how we can apply what he learned in Bapan to our own lives.

About the Guest

Dr. Day is a cardiologist and Medical Director of the Intermountain Heart Rhythm Specialists in Salt Lake City. He has published more than 100 medical studies and lectures on heart-related issues and is a former president of the Heart Rhythm Society. He currently serves as the Utah Governor of the American College of Cardiology.

You can follow his work at Drjohnday.com and via his podcast, The Longevity Plan with Dr. John Day. You can also find him on Facebook and Twitter.

Biographical information is from drjohnday.com.

Book Discussed
1. The Longevity Plan: Seven Life-Transforming Lessons from Ancient China by John Day, Jane Day, and Matthew LaPlante

Related Resources
1. Drjohnday.com
2. Dr. Day’s Podcast: The Longevity Plan with Dr. John Day
3. Dr. Day’s YouTube Channel
4. Dr. Day’s Facebook Page
5. Dr. Day’s Twitter Account

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