Section 1.2. Gerontological studies confirm that the highest records on longevity are from "The Hunzukuts" in Hunza, living in high valleys between China and Afghanistan, and from "The Abkhasians" in the Caucasus Mountains. Serious efforts to analyze genetic, nutritional and environmental factors, have failed in providing a scientific explanation for the longevity factor found in those areas. There have been two joint symposiums on "Caucasus Longevity". The first was in 1980 in Tbilisi, and the second in 1982 in New York. Professor Zhores Medvedev, a distinguished Russian gerontologist working since 1973 in the United Kingdom at the National Institute for Medical Research, has published in English, valuable information about census and longevity in the Caucasus from various official sources originally in Russian. Drs. Kakiashvili and Sadofiev of the Georgian Academy of Sciences studied one hundred Abkhasians between ages of eighty and one hundred and five.
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It has even been reported that a significant number have survived to the incredible age of 145! Click Here to receive the complete "Hunza Health Secrets" ebook free with Peter Kelders "The Eye of Revelation. " These people are not the product of legend, nor is the country they inhabit a mythical utopia. The life expectancy of the average Westerner is about 70 years. At one hundred years old, a Hunza is considered neither old nor even elderly.