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Category Archives: Healthy Aging

Getting older doesn’t mean you have to deteriorate

Getting older doesn’t mean you actually have to suffer from all kinds of age related problems like: Declining health Not feeling attractive anymore Losing your mental capabilities Feeling isolated and lonely   But that’s what people believe You too? Do you think getting older is synonymous with: the beginning of cancer, the start of alzheimer‘s and dementia,… Continue Reading

50 Secrets of the Worlds Longest Living People

Today’s book of the day 50 Secrets of the World’s Longest Living People by Sally Beare examines the lifestyles of 5 traditional people groups who are famous for their long healthy lives (many of them are still working, exercising, and actively participating in life well past age 100). Being a nutritionist, she studied people from Okinawa, Japan;… Continue Reading

Research reveals we could be living to 150

The world’s leading expert on aging has explained why we could be living to 150 and very soon. “I wouldn’t be surprised if people ended up living to be a thousand” – Dr. Bill Andrews.   Those are bold words But apparently, it’s all based on Nobelprize winning research. He’s discovered a chemical which basically stops our… Continue Reading

Does creativity fade with old age?

Are we doomed to lose our creativity while we get older? Some people say we do. They declare that it’s a matter of “using it while you have it”. A few examples are the writers Philip Roth and Doris Lessing, who felt that an end has come to their energy and creativity at a certain stage in… Continue Reading