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Costa Rica Real Estate Development Partners with New York City Integrative Medical Center to Offer Complimentary Web-based Seminar on Blue Zones











(PRWEB) February 25, 2011

On Tuesday, March 1, at 6 p.m. Eastern, renowned holistic medical expert Dr. Rashmi Gulati, the medical director of New York City’s premier integrative medical center, Patients Medical, and holistic nutritionist, Judy Penta, will join Brian Albury, executive vice president for Hacienda Matapalo, Costa Rica’s premier gated community on the South Pacific Coast, for a complimentary Web-based Seminar about Costa Rica’s Blue Zone.

Titled “Live Longer in Costa Rica, Understanding the Blue Zone,” in addition to understanding the characteristics of people who live in Blue Zones and the lifestyles they live, Dr. Gulati and Ms. Penta will also talk about the benefits of holistic medicine including wellness programs, nutrition, anti-aging and hormonal therapy, all of which can add years to one’s life.

A Blue Zone is a region of the world where people commonly live active lives past the age of 100 years. Scientists and demographic researchers have classified these longevity hot-spots as having common healthy traits and life practices that result in higher-than-normal longevity. There have been five prominent spots around the world identified as a Blue Zone and one of them is Costa Rica.

To learn about Blue Zones and to register for the complimentary Web Seminar, please visit haciendamatapalo.com.

Can’t attend on our schedule? Then watch it on yours! Our new On-Demand feature enables you to view the eSeminar at your convenience.

All you have to do is register to participate.

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Complimentary Web Seminar to Look in Depth at Costa Rica Health Care











Free Web Seminar on Costa Rica Health Care will take place on March 22nd


Fort Lauderdale, FL (PRWEB) March 18, 2011

On Tuesday, March 22, at 6 p.m. Eastern, Hacienda Matapalo Executive Vice President Brian Albury will present an overview of Costa Rica’s health care system and details on how it works in a comprehensive complimentary Web-based seminar titled “Costa Rica Health Care and You.”

“Last year more than 700 people attended a similar online seminar to learn about health care in Costa Rica,” said Albury. “And this year we’re hoping to top that number.”

Albury says health care remains at the top of the list for expats who are looking at an alternative to the rising cost of medical insurance and assistance in the U.S.

“What we hear every day from current and prospective homeowners is that medical insurance and health care costs in the U.S. have spiraled out of control,” says Albury, who admits he and his family feel the effects too.

“The number of inquiries we continue to get tells us is that it is one of the most important topics for those who are looking at Costa Rica from both a lifestyle and investment opportunity perspective.”

But what can one actually expect when living in Costa Rica?

The quality of Costa Rica’s health care is excellent. Private high quality health care is available throughout the country and very affordable. Most doctors speak English and many are U.S., Canadian and/or European trained. There are several large private hospitals in Costa Rica which cater to expatriates who live in the country. One of the medical facilities is the 85,000 square foot state-of-the-art Hospital de Osa, located in the town of Cortez, just a few minutes from Hacienda Matapalo.

The World Health Organization frequently ranks Costa Rica among the top countries for long life expectancy, ahead of the U.S., Canada and Great Britain (even though the per-capita income of Costa Ricans is about one-tenth that of the U.S.). Arguably, one of the reasons for this is the slower pace of life in Costa Rica and of course, the healthy, fresh, non-preservative foods found there and the tropical climate doesn’t hurt either. Costa Rica is just a healthy place to live.

To register for the complimentary eSeminar click here or visit Hacienda Matapalo online at http://haciendamatapalo.com.

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