Asian-Inspired Beef Lettuce Wraps

  Not a salad, not a taco – something better! If  you’ve been loving our recipe for Pepper and Beef Lettuce Wraps, it’s time for an exotic take on a family favorite. These Asian-Inspired Beef Lettuce Wraps are just as fun, but offer more crunch and flavor with not your everyday (but easy to find […]

How to Live a Happier Life

  https://the100yearlifestyle.com/wp-content/uploads/2024/01/How-to-Live-a-Happier-Life.mp3   It might sound extreme but, according to psychologists, thinking and talking about death and our own mortality doesn’t have to be morbid. We’re not suggesting the topic can be fun. However, it can offer some actual benefits and help us live a happier life.  When it comes to living 100:100, at 100% […]

Full of Beans

  https://the100yearlifestyle.com/wp-content/uploads/2024/01/Full-of-Beans.mp3   The expression “full of beans” refers to someone having lots of energy and enthusiasm. In the case of Helena Pereira dos Santos, the expression holds true in more than one way. Not only is Helena an active member of her family and community, she also attributes her longevity to eating a diet […]

Spiced Lentil & Vegetable Soup

  Lentils often get a bad rap. Let’s face it, straight lentil soup can be a bit boring. But this Spiced Lentil & Vegetable Soup is anything but boring. The lentils combine with a variety of vegetables, a variety of seasonings, and are topped with the fresh taste of cilantro. This isn’t your mother’s lentil […]

The Power That Heals The Body

  https://the100yearlifestyle.com/wp-content/uploads/2024/01/The-Power-That-Heals-the-Body.mp3   Do you understand the power that heals the body? Almost everyone has an inner knowledge that mental and emotional “stresses” can cause illness in the body. However, the question has always been how and why? To understand the inner workings behind stress-induced symptoms, we need to understand and learn about the way […]

Still Going Strong

  https://the100yearlifestyle.com/wp-content/uploads/2024/02/Still-Going-Strong.mp3   At 100, Bea Baker looks and acts like someone half her age. She’s still going strong, with no plans on stopping.  She just got back from a 21-day trip to Europe. The year before she made a trip to Costa Rica. She’s also writing a book about “intimacy for the older generation.” […]

Citrus and Herb-Roasted Chicken with Winter Vegetables

  Roast chicken is a staple in many households. But let’s face it, it’s easy to get into a rut when it comes to seasoning. This Citrus and Herb-Roasted Chicken with Winter Vegetables combines the fresh, bright taste of citrus with the well-loved herbs of rosemary, thyme, and garlic that always make chicken delicious. Just […]

Living Color

  https://the100yearlifestyle.com/wp-content/uploads/2024/01/Living-Color.mp3   We talk about eating the rainbow. Some people are described as “colorful characters.” Certainly, life’s black and white moments are never as enjoyable as those in living color. Color is all around us, and an integral part of our life. But are you really aware of how color affects your life – and […]

Endless Possibilities

  https://the100yearlifestyle.com/wp-content/uploads/2024/01/Endless-Possibilities.mp3   Evelyn Brandt Thomas has spent her life and is still today proving that age is just a mindset and that life is filled with endless possibilities. This self-proclaimed “queen of fertilizer,” at 100 years old, is the co-founder of Brandt, an agricultural company. Evelyn and her brother grew up on a farm, […]

Butternut Squash Soup with Caramelized Red Onion

  Soup is a delicious way to warm the body and the soul. This Butternut Squash Soup with Caramelized Red Onion packs a nutritional punch with a combination of healthy, ideally organic, vegetables and a tasty blend of spices. If you have a few extra minutes, make your own vegetable stock for added flavor and […]