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Old 09-04-2020, 06:22 PM   #41
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Really Enough already . Eat fresh foods with one name , like apple , cod , zucchini, banana etc . There is no damn magic . My sister who watched everything she ate just passed away from pancreatic cancer . 58 YO did all the things , colonoscopies, ate right exercised . So Iím tired of all of these posts . Bottom line we are not promised tomorrow.
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Old 09-04-2020, 06:29 PM   #42
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I watched a couple of videos with longevity researcher Valter Longo the other day that seemed interesting. I checked a library ebook out of his called, "The Longevity Diet: Discover the New Science Behind Stem Cell Activation and Regeneration to Slow Aging, Fight Disease and Optimize Weight."

If has a fair bit of overlap with the Blue Zones guidelines, but the Blue Zones guidelines are more observational studies of what people who lived longer ate while his research is more lab oriented experiments on humans and animals. Overall he recommends periodic fasting plus a low protein, mostly vegan diet with some fish, and more protein after age 65. He has a summary of his diet guidelines on his web site here: https://valterlongo.com/daily-longev...et-for-adults/

There is an interview here where he explains the research behind his recommendations: https://www.bluezones.com/2018/01/the-longevity-diet/
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I've eaten less red meat, more fresh fruits and veggies and chicken. My skin looks more plump and less wrinkles. I also drink lots of water and several cups of peppermint tea a day.
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For those interested in a complimentary webinar about "Revolution Against Aging and Death", you can join the "RAADfest 2020 Sneak Peak Preview" will begin on: Aug 29, 2020 11:00 AM Pacific Time.

This might read like an ad, but I thought I'd lay out a few facts and just get this on the table, because this has relevance to us (more than most posts on this board, hehe). And some of us need to blow some dough. The actual 3 day event costs money (advanced ticket purchase is $147 and 'at the door' [day of event?] is $100 more). It is all online. It's considered tax deductible in the US because it's a "not for profit" event, but we all know how valuable that write-off has become. Maybe we should have a "watch party" thread.
This live event from Denver just a few hours ago. I'll watch and report later. If you care to join, the discount code is still available if you use code ARN, it's $197. I treated my payment as kind of a donation or a vote for "fogies for healthspan". I wouldn't be posting this except that it's probably of central interest to those of us who retired early.
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Hot peppermint tea 3x a day. Keeps my skin plump and fresh, aids in digestion, gets you a good night sleep and every supermarket sells it. It doesn't help grow hair though...
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