How would you like to not only live to be 100 but be healthy and vibrant at that age?
In this Water Wednesday episode we discuss the book “Healthy at 100” by John Robbins.
Don’t have time to watch? Here are the show notes:
*The average American will spend 10% of his or her life sick.
*Half of Americans 65+ have two or more chronic diseases and 25% have problems so severe that their abilities to perform one or more tasks of daily living is limited.
*By 2040, it is estimated that 5.5 million Americans will live in nursing homes while another 12 million will require ongoing homecare services.
*Studies have been done on the longest-living people in the world to find out their secrets. The common thread amongst the Hunza, the Vilcabama, the Abkhasia and the Okinawa people is that they eat a largely vegetarian diet using freshly picked organically grown fruit and vegetables. Many also drink naturally ionized alkaline water from uncontaminated fresh-flowing rivers and streams. Not only do the majority of them live to be well over 100, but they do so while remaining mentally and physically fit, and few suffer from poor hearing or loss of eyesight. They never adopt a sedentary lifestyle, instead choosing to keep active with daily walks and climbs.
So the choice is yours, do you want to live to be healthy at 100? Take control of your health today!
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