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Tips For Staying Young At Any Age

1. AN APPLE A DAY KEEPS THE DOCTOR AWAY

Because of the pectin contained in apples, they are considered good for the heart.
They are known for decreasing cholesterol levels and preventing colon cancer. The pectin in apples can help clean out our intestines, so when you need a quick snack, grab an apple or two.
My other favorite apple is the old-time remedy—apple cider vinegar. I’ve been convinced for years that it cures many ailments including colds, allergies, flu, candida, acid reflux, sore throats, arthritis, and high blood pressure to name a few. You might think you wouldn’t like the taste, and maybe at first you won’t, but if you get past the thought and try it a few times, you will not mind it at all.
Here’s how I drink it: two tablespoons in one cup of water, or if too strong, add more water. Drink this in the morning or anytime throughout the day. Once a day is sufficient unless you are coming down with a cold, then twice a day is advisable. I’ve used it for years, and still, think it’s one of the best remedies around. It alkalizes the body and brings a healthy glow to your complexion.
I use apple cider vinegar in many of my salad dressing recipes and I’ve even use apple cider vinegar diluted with water to clean my kitchen surfaces, windows, and garbage cans. Pour a little down your garbage disposal to eliminate odors.

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2. READ FOOD LABELS BEFORE YOU BUY ANY PRODUCT

If you can’t pronounce it, don’t eat it! Most processed foods are filled with additives and stripped of nutrients. They are full of sweeteners, fats, colorings, and preservatives. If an ingredient is difficult to pronounce or if there is a long list of ingredients, walk away from that product.
As strange as the following ingredients may seem, they are actually found in food products. These items are a big NO-NO, so don’t buy products that list any of the following: artificial butter, artificial color, sodium benzoate (benzene), high-fructose corn syrup, artificial sweeteners (except for Stevia or erythritol), trans fats, refined grains, high salt content, ammonium sulfate (fertilizer found in bread dough), carminic acid (dried and crushed insects used as a food dye), shellac (secretions of the female lac beetle to make shiny coating on candies), castoreum (an glands of a beaver to enhance the flavor of raspberry candies and sweets), gum base (sheep secretion), L-cystine o cystine (human hair or duck feathers), Allura Red AC (coal tar used in red-colored candies, sodas, and other sweet rennet (calf stomach to make cheeses), and silicon dioxide (sand used as an anti-caking agent) just to name a few This list is one more reason to eat a plant-based diet.

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3. WHAT REALLY MATTERS?

Maybe nothing will matter to us anymore when we leave this earth, but the quality of how we live and give of ourselves while we are alive will.
Our loved ones will inherit everything we ever bought or owned, but I believe what will really matter is what we leave behind other than the material. I believe what matters is what we give to others, not what we receive; what we teach, not just what we learn; how we empower others while empowering ourselves. The examples of how we lived will be left behind for our children and grandchildren and to our friends and loved ones. Making a difference while we are hereby showing compassion for all living things and caring for our planet will matter. Letting the people we care about know we love them and being kind to those who need it will always matter, not only now, but long after we are gone.

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4. FLEX APPEAL MEANS SEX APPEAL

Richard Restak, MD, professor of neurology at George Washington University, says a daily one-mile walk reduces the likelihood of dementia by 50 percent. For many years I didn’t exercise passionately even though I knew it was important. I would do yoga for months on end and then stop for one reason or another. I would take spinning classes for months and then stop for some reason. I would do qigong and think it was for life, then stop again. Now I know for sure how vital exercise is to maintaining youth, vitality, and longevity.
Today, I consider myself a moderate exerciser. I include qigong, yoga, walking and hiking, Pilates, and some free weights. I prefer to do these exercise methods at home rather than a gym as I can pop a DVD into my computer or television and it’s like having a private trainer. My favorite form of exercise is being outdoors, taking a long walk or hike with my boyfriend, family, or friends. On the way, I gather edible weeds, sage, and wildflowers.

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5. CELEBRATE YOUR BIRTHDAY FOR A WHOLE MONTH

Somewhere along the line, I think it was in my fifties, I realized that only one day was not enough to celebrate my birthday. Many people are disappointed with their actual birthday. They have this idea of what they want the day to be like and hope that others will fulfill their dreams, only to find out differently and before you know it, the day is over.
I love my birthday—always have. Since I started this monthlong affair, I’ve had the best time of my life. Everyone in my family enjoys celebrating the month along with me, or so they say they do. Try it out: give yourself the best month ever, do something nice for yourself every day. Celebrating the whole month of your birthday is quite fun. Let people know you will be accepting well wishes and presents anytime during the month. Even after the actual day is gone, you can enjoy the remainder of the month.
Celebrate others’ birthdays too. It’s so great to let people know you remember them on their birthday; tell them how much you care. Let them know you’re glad they were born. Always celebrate a child’s birthday. It makes them happy, and when they grow up, they will always remember how much fun their birthdays were. I always think that adults who don’t like their birthday either didn’t have good memories of that special day or don’t like the idea of getting older. Bake someone a cake, bake yourself a cake (raw, of course), light a candle, and sing happy birthday. Celebrate the life and enjoy every minute.

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5.EXFOLIATE THE FACE

A beautiful Russian woman I met in a health food store taught me a wonderful way to exfoliate my face. I use this method at least three times a week. It’s gentle on the face and leaves it feeling clean and smooth. Pour pure vegetable glycerin, alcohol-free, in a large bowl and add in salt a little at a time, mixing well until it’s really thick and stiff. Store in a container and keep in your shower or on your tub. You can scent it with lavender or any scented oil you like, or use it unscented as I do. It’s safe to use daily or whenever you need a good exfoliation. I use it on elbows, knees, and sometimes under my arms to open the pores and cleanse my armpits. I do not use underarm deodorant and don’t have clogged pores, but it feels extra clean to exfoliate under the arms. Another favorite face-exfoliation trick is a dry brush. Buy a softer brush than you use on your body. Find one that you can tolerate, and later you can always get a firmer brush for when your skin gets used to this kind of stimulation. Rub gently on dry skin in a circular motion. You will be surprised at how beautiful your skin looks after just one treatment.
A good way to use some of the almond pulp leftover after making almond milk is to rub the pulp directly on your face, and massage the mixture gently into your skin, adding a little water as needed. Rinse off the pulp with cool water. You can also grind up some almonds in your coffee grinder or spice grinder and wet slightly before rubbing on your face.
These methods of exfoliating will help rid your face of any dead or dry skin and will stimulate and bring life to pale, dull-looking skin.

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