You look perfectly ok, no present illness, nothing that isn’t treatable by a prescription medication, you go to work, pay the bills and take care of your family. But what are the prospects of living a long, healthy, disease free life?
As you read this, I’m out in California. I’m getting ready to head up the Northern California coast for five days of total un-plugged, rest and relaxation. This is a look off the deck of the house we will be staying at, spectacular!
The forecast is for rain, but no problem, I’ll hunker down with a good book, listening to the waves crashing on the rocks, and I’ll be just fine!
The more I learn about the human body and the intricacies that connect our food with our bio-chemistry the more I realize that ancient wisdom knew this all along.
I can’t lie, cookies, cakes, pies and Christmas goodies are all things I Love! Of course, I can’t eat them all the time, but I sure like an occasional treat without too much guilt.
Recipes that are a healthier option are something I’m always searching of. One requirement is that they must taste wonderful! Today I’m going to share with you some of my favorite holiday goodies, because what would the holiday’s be without a little “sweetness”!
Kiwi and Raspberry Tart
This is a beautiful tart to make for a holiday party, so colorful and your guests will love it!
This won a Nobel Prize in Medicine in 2016 and is predicted to be the most powerful approach to preventing cancer, Alzheimers, Parkinson’s, Type 2 Diabetes and other age related diseases.
Your Cellular Garbage Man
Yoshinori Ohsumi Discovers…
Do you ever stop and ask yourself that question? Right now, ask yourself, “how old will I be in ten years?” Then ask yourself, “how do I want to feel and look when I’m that age?” It’s very insightful isn’t it?
I doubt any of you said, “I want to weigh more, have more aches and pains and be foggy brained!” So why do we age? Get foggy brained? Get disease?