GET SOME SUN: Majority of the centenarians enjoy healthy doses of daily sun, enriching their bodies with Vitamin D. Getting at least 15 minutes every day can decrease the risk for osteoporosis and heart disease.
blue zones — places where residents have unusually long life spans.” These are areas where the soils are dense with nutrients and people live off the land. “they have about 20 percent lower rates of cancer, 50 percent lower rates of heart disease and almost no dementia.” Is there something in the soils in the Blue Zones that is missing in other parts of the world where soils are over farmed and depleted of nutrients as Dr. Davis has found?
GRACIELA'S SECRET- 104-yr old Graciela Perez's secret to longevity: quickly forget your disappointments, don't expect too much & treat everyone to a smile. #centenarian #wisdom
GOOD Diet secrets of Okinawans - Fruit and Veg, Soy, Sweet potato, Limited Meat, Fish, Seaweed,Turmeric, Green Tea, calorie restriction 1200 per day
PUMPING IRON PAST 100 -- 105-year old Marge Jetton woke every morning at 5:00 am, read her Bible, ate oatmeal followed by what she called a "Prune Juice Shooter", then she went down and pumped iron. That was just a warm up for her day of volunteering. Marge, who would be 108 this year personified the attitude of successful centenarians around the world. #bluezones #motivationmonday
Live to 100: What we can learn from the people of Sardinia
Secret to 77 years of marriage: "Don't try to change the other person."
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Things that Matter: Living in the Blue Zones
Blue Zones: Sardinia (Italy), Ikaria (Greece), Okinawa (Japan), Nicoya (Costa Rica) and Loma Linda (California)