Pistachio Pancakes with Cardamom

  Pancakes are a universal comfort food. Most often sweet, sometimes savory, we all grew up with one favorite recipe or another. Even if you consider yourself to be a pancake aficionado, prepare to have your mind blow with these Pistachio Pancakes with Cardamom. If you’ve never tried the silky goodness of spelt flour, prepare […]

Racewalking Her Way to 100

Champion athlete Heather Lee is racewalking her way to 100. This will-be centenarian is a 96-year-old with nine world records to her name – and counting. What started out as a casual hobby at the age of 70 after her husband died quickly escalated to fun runs. It wasn’t until age 84 that Heather took […]

Meditation – It’s Essential

Meditation is essential in order to have a clear head that’s ready for anything. If you’re unfamiliar with meditation, it’s an ancient practice where an individual uses a technique, such as mindfulness, or focusing the mind on a particular object, thought, or activity, you train attention and awareness. By doing so one can achieve a […]

The Longevity Museum

Have you ever heard of the Longevity Museum? It is a place…in  Lerik in southern Azerbaijan. Not an official Blue Zone, this part of the world claims to have discovered the secret to a long and healthy life. The Longevity Museum is a two-room building holding more than 2,000 exhibits documenting the lives and memories […]

Nourishing Ojas – Date and Almond Shake

Ayurveda is an ancient Indian mode of healing and ojas refers to the immune system. Both dates and almonds help to restore your ojas leaving you feeling balanced and grounded. This Date and Almond Shake is a tasty way to enhance your stamina and vitality and help restore your energy by providing your body with […]

No Booze, Cigarettes, or Wild Women

“No booze, cigarettes, or wild women” are three things 100-year-old Norman Johnson attributes to his longevity. As we know, everyone lives their 100 Year Lifestyle in their own way! Norman spent his life as a New Zealand farmer, doing the hard work of milking cows until he was 98. He didn’t think he’d actually live […]

An Epidemic of Nerve Disorders

Nerve disorders can mimic any symptom or disease. Unfortunately, just treating the symptoms can set you up for a lifetime of deterioration. More and more people are turning to doctors like chiropractors for long-term solutions. Nerve conditions ranging from autism spectrum conditions in children, autoimmune and postural weaknesses in adults, and Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease […]

A Picture Worth 1,000 Words

These x-ray images tell a very important tale about aging that every person should know. The three pictures represent neck x-rays of three different individuals who are in their mid- fifties with a very similar history of trauma over the years including mild sports injuries, car accidents, and head trauma. The x-ray image on the […]

Hope and Healing

We hope for a healthy mind and body. Many of us hope for meaningful relationships and the abundance to live, give, and enjoy the good things in life. We hope for these things for our loved ones, too. We all, at one time or another, need hope and healing. Changes and Challenges What happens when […]

Death of the Blue Zones

  Dan Buettner, author of The Blue Zones, when visiting Nicoya, Costa Rica recently, identified what he referred to as “the death of the Blue Zones.” Specifically, he was referring to the addition of two American fast-food “restaurants” that now call Nicoya home. According to Dan, “As soon as the American food culture enters the front […]