What was morning like for most of humankind one hundred years ago? A vast majority of people were living rurally and owned farms and ranches so they woke up with the “chickens” and went to bed with the sunset. In doing that, they were in the Circadian Rhythm of their body’s.
My Mom died of Alzheimer’s and my Dad died of Parkinson’s disease. It was a long and sad journey to watch their bodies and minds deteriorate. My Mom ended up in an Alzheimers facility then eventually in a skilled nursing facility in her last days on this earth. She had not recognized any of us for over a year by the time she passed on. It truly is a sad, sad disease.
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!
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?
It was 2006 and I was 55 years old when I started having “aging” symptoms, poor sleep patterns, afternoon “I want to take a nap at 4pm” energy slump, low sex drive, brain fog, unable to cope with a full schedule, aging spots on skin and a general feeling that something had shifted in my metabolism. So I set out to find out why……
Are you older than you were yesterday? You may think that’s a crazy question but you don’t have to be “biologically” older tomorrow, next month or next year and you don’t have to age like the average person, if you know about this ONE thing….
The average lifespan of an American today is, men 76.4 years and women 81.2 years old. But, there is a BIG difference between “lifespan” and “health-span”. We can live a long time confined to our homes, an [Read more…] about How this one thing changed my aging path……