How to Live to 100

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  • 2014
  • 1 Season
  • 5.7  (1,951)

How to Live to 100 is a Cooking Channel show starring Jason Wrobel, a celebrity vegan chef and wellness expert, who shares his knowledge, insights, and recipes on how to lead a healthy and vibrant life well into your advanced years. The show premiered in 2013 and ran for one season with 13 episodes, each focused on a specific topic related to longevity, vitality, and wellness.

One of the main themes of the show is the power of plant-based nutrition, which Wrobel advocates as the cornerstone of a healthy and sustainable lifestyle. He explains the benefits of eating whole foods, cutting out processed and refined foods, and incorporating more fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and legumes into your diet. He also shows how to prepare delicious and nutritious dishes that are easy to make, affordable, and suitable for a variety of tastes and dietary preferences.

Another key aspect of the show is the importance of physical activity and exercise, which Wrobel emphasizes as essential for maintaining flexibility, strength, balance, and cardiovascular health. He demonstrates a range of exercises and yoga poses that can be done at home or outside, with little or no equipment, and provides tips on how to integrate movement into your daily routine.

In addition, the show discusses the role of stress management, sleep quality, and social connection in promoting overall well-being and reducing the risk of chronic disease. Wrobel shares his own experiences and struggles with stress and anxiety, and offers practical advice on how to cope with them, such as meditation, breathing techniques, and positive affirmations. He also stresses the importance of getting enough restful sleep and fostering meaningful relationships with family, friends, and community.

Throughout the show, Wrobel interviews various experts in the fields of nutrition, fitness, medicine, and alternative therapies, who share their own perspectives and research on how to live longer, healthier, and happier. Among the guests are Dr. Joel Fuhrman, a bestselling author and nutritionist who promotes a plant-based diet for disease prevention and reversal; Dr. Michael Greger, a physician and author who reviews scientific studies on nutrition and health on his website; and Kris Carr, a cancer survivor and author who advocates for a holistic and plant-powered approach to wellness.

The show also features segments where Wrobel visits different locations around the world to explore local cuisines, traditions, and lifestyles that promote longevity and vitality. For example, he travels to Okinawa, Japan, where the population has one of the highest life expectancies in the world, and learns about their diet of vegetables, legumes, and seafood, and their practice of moai, or social groups that provide support and companionship throughout life. He also visits a farm in California that grows superfoods like kale, spinach, and berries, and shows how these nutrient-dense foods can be incorporated into a variety of dishes.

Throughout the show, Wrobel's upbeat and engaging personality shines through, as he shares his passion for healthy living and his desire to inspire others to make positive changes in their own lives. His approach is practical, flexible, and non-judgmental, focusing on small steps and habits that can add up to big improvements in health and well-being over time. Whether you're a seasoned health enthusiast or just starting out on your wellness journey, How to Live to 100 offers a wealth of information, inspiration, and delicious recipes to help you feel your best at any age.

How to Live to 100 is a series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (6 episodes). The series first aired on January 3, 2014.

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Episode 6
6. Episode 6
February 7, 2014
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Awash in Squash
5. Awash in Squash
January 24, 2014
Jason examines the powers of the squash family, a superfood that packs quite a punch.
Cuckoo for Coconuts
4. Cuckoo for Coconuts
January 17, 2014
Jason cracks open the coconut to show how its meat, milk, oil and water - provide amazing longevity benefits.
Scrumptious Tomato Attack
3. Scrumptious Tomato Attack
January 10, 2014
Information on the proper care of your bones and skin. Jason joins Jeffrey Gardner from the Alma Cocina restaurant to make Peruvian Quinoa Stuffed Tomatoes, Dessert Crepes with Strawberry Tomato Sauce, and Smoked Tomato Tacos.
Going Back to Cauli
2. Going Back to Cauli
January 10, 2014
Cauliflower is rich in anti-oxidants and fights toxins.
How to Live to 100
1. How to Live to 100
January 3, 2014
In the series premiere, Jason offers a sublime fusion of food and humor on How To Live to 100.
Where to Watch How to Live to 100
How to Live to 100 is available for streaming on the Cooking Channel website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch How to Live to 100 on demand at Amazon, Google Play and Apple TV.
  • Premiere Date
    January 3, 2014
  • IMDB Rating
    5.7  (1,951)