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The 100 Year Lifestyle Healthy Longevity for Living to 100 and Beyond

  • Keep Curious
    by 100 Year Lifestyle on July 17, 2024 at 5:44 pm

        Curiosity may have killed the cat but it could well be Peggy Cobb’s secret to her amazing longevity. She says curiosity is her middle name. She’s interested in everything that’s going on in today’s world from the oceans to space. She’s amazed by technology and can’t ever imagine being bored. Her advice to The post Keep Curious appeared first on The 100 Year Lifestyle.

  • Summer Tips to Protect Your Eyes
    by Dr. Eric Plasker on July 14, 2024 at 6:36 pm

        Summer brings long, sunny days perfect for outdoor activities. However, it also poses risks to our eye health. From the intense UV rays to the increased exposure to environmental elements, summer can be particularly harsh on our eyes. While maintaining good eye health year-round is essential, here are some specific summer tips to The post Summer Tips to Protect Your Eyes appeared first on The 100 Year Lifestyle.

  • Mexican Corn on the Cob
    by 100 Year Lifestyle Recipes on July 11, 2024 at 6:10 pm

      Everybody loves grilled corn on the cob! Mexican corn on the cob, or elote, it is a delicious treat that is easy to make and, thanks to this healthy recipe, good for you. This version replaces the standard sour cream and mayonnaise mixture with Greek yogurt. You be the judge. This recipe is just The post Mexican Corn on the Cob appeared first on The 100 Year Lifestyle.

  • World’s Oldest Newlyweds
    by 100 Year Lifestyle on July 10, 2024 at 8:52 pm

      It’s a traditional meet cute story. Marjorie and Bernie lived on the same floor in Philadelphia. They had a lot in common. They both were widowers who had wonderful first marriages and didn’t expect to find love again. But, they fell in love and decided to get married. The slight twist in this story The post World’s Oldest Newlyweds appeared first on The 100 Year Lifestyle.

  • That’s NEAT!
    by Dr. Eric Plasker on July 7, 2024 at 5:19 pm

        NEAT. It stands for Non-Exercise Activity Thermogenesis, and it encompasses all the calories burned through non-exercise movements we make doing day to day activities. NEAT excludes going to the gym or any planned exercise, sleeping, eating, and breathing. It includes walking the grocery store isles, fidgeting at your desk, standing, bobbing up and The post That’s NEAT! appeared first on The 100 Year Lifestyle.

  • Picnic Perfect Blackberry Lemon Bars
    by 100 Year Lifestyle Recipes on July 4, 2024 at 6:51 pm

      Perfect picnics end with a sweet treat. These Picnic Perfect Blackberry Lemon Bars are ideal. They’re easy to make, pack well, and are always a hit! It’s the blackberries that make them so special.  Picnic Perfect Blackberry Lemon Bars   Prep Time: Approximately 15 minutes Cook Time: Approximately 45-50 minutes Total Time: Approximately 1 The post Picnic Perfect Blackberry Lemon Bars appeared first on The 100 Year Lifestyle.

  • The Bride and Her Grandfathers
    by 100 Year Lifestyle on July 3, 2024 at 6:55 pm

        It was Christina’s special day. She was marrying the love of her life, Giannis Arapaki, and their entire family was there to help them celebrate. But the day ended up being about the bride and her grandfathers as the four men stole the show. By the way, their combined age is 390 years. The post The Bride and Her Grandfathers appeared first on The 100 Year Lifestyle.

  • The Long and Short of Telomeres
    by Dr. Eric Plasker on June 30, 2024 at 9:47 pm

        Talk of telomeres is making its way into health news today more than ever. Until recently you may not have heard of telomeres. Now that you have, you still might not understand their importance. Let’s look at the long and short of telomeres. Coming to Terms First, some definitions. A chromosome is a The post The Long and Short of Telomeres appeared first on The 100 Year Lifestyle.

  • Zucchini Lasagna
    by 100 Year Lifestyle Recipes on June 27, 2024 at 8:16 pm

      Lasagna is a beloved dish around the world. However, does Italy deserve all the credit? Actually, the name comes from a fermented noodle called laganon that was frequently used in ancient Greece…the country credited with originally creating lasagna. However, that early version was brought to Italy by the Romans, resulting in the dish we The post Zucchini Lasagna appeared first on The 100 Year Lifestyle.

  • Don’t Dwell
    by 100 Year Lifestyle on June 26, 2024 at 10:45 pm

        Here’s a bit of a Japanese lesson. “Nisei” refers to the second-generation Japanese Americans who were sent to internment camps during World War II. “Gaman” translates to “enduring the seemingly unbearable with patience and dignity.” Lastly, “shikata ga nai” is a phrase that translates to “it cannot be helped.” However, the phrase really The post Don’t Dwell appeared first on The 100 Year Lifestyle.

  • Decisions! Decisions!
    by Dr. Eric Plasker on June 24, 2024 at 12:49 am

        Decisions! Decisions! It’s a humorous phrase used when someone is having difficulty making a decision, often about something relatively unimportant. However, the fact is humans are decision-making machines. It is estimated the average adult consciously makes approximately 35,000 decisions each day. Some are made automatically. Others are made easily based on what we The post Decisions! Decisions! appeared first on The 100 Year Lifestyle.

  • Taking the Road Less Traveled
    by Dr. Eric Plasker on June 20, 2024 at 9:10 am

            Taking the road less traveled is never easy. It requires determination, courage, and a deep commitment to follow your dreams. Ask Dr. Bruce Salzinger. He went to chiropractic college at the age of 38, and graduated when he was 41. He uprooted his family from New York, left his position as The post Taking the Road Less Traveled appeared first on The 100 Year Lifestyle.

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