People in various countries have been looking for a long time for the elixir of youth, and after analyzing most of the long-lived people who have reached the age of 88 and are in excellent health, we have realized that the whole secret is a different diet. They eat to live, not live to eat. Therefore, by analyzing the diet of different nations, we have created super food for our grandparents so that they too can enjoy life, be healthy and happy. We called it SUPERFOOD FOR LONG LIVING, consisting of nettles, spinach, peppers, broccoli, parsley, sweet potatoes, pumpkin, thyme and black currant – the perfect combination of low-fat foods with complex carbohydrates, fiber and amino acids - what you need to supply your body on a daily basis.
Usage: Pour 1 teaspoon (10gr) into a glass of warm water and drink instead of dinner.
Let’s analyze a few more interesting cases: the population of Okinawa (Japan) consumes 10 parts of carbohydrates and 1 part of protein (seniors were studied from 1975 to 2016). Two-thirds of them under the age of 97 are found to be living independently, without assistance, and have no signs of cardiovascular diseases, their arteries are not calcified, and are therefore uncharacteristic of heart failure, rarely diagnosed with cancer, diabetes, senile dementia, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease. The basis of nutrition is what they eat: sweet potatoes and rice, root vegetables, buckwheat, soy (tofu and miso), yellow and green vegetables (cabbage and peppers), herbs, seafood, algae and fish, mushrooms (shiitake, maitake, eringi, matsutake, nameko) with minimal percentage of red meat and also small amounts of food because they value food as medicine. The plausible explanation is that calorie restriction alters the energy signals of cells so that the body devotes more resources to cell storage rather than growth and obesity. It has also been observed that the long-lived population of other nations have been consuming low levels of protein: Papua New Guinea is home to Kitavan, South America to Ciman, Costa Rica by Nicoya, Sardinia by Sards, in Southern California - Loma Linda Adventists.
California nutritionist Karen Ryan noted that a lack of amino acids encourages cells to recycle old materials (instead of synthesizing new proteins) and appears to damage protein accumulation and cause many of the diseases listed here (so too little protein cleanses the body and this is avoided). Diets should change over the course of a lifetime, and we should get protein from a plant-based diet, not from a dairy or meat product. Yale Dr. David Katz says the antioxidants in plants protect cells and hormones from inflammatory damage and help prevent the harmful effects of elevated cortisol levels.
Tip: Remove processed carbohydrates, white pasta, rice, muffins, cakes, pastries from your diet and replace them with sweet potatoes, buckwheat or brown rice, broccoli, seaweed, mushrooms, beans, artichokes, leeks, asparagus, avocados, pumpkins and don’t forget to drink enough water and green or black tea to provide your body with antioxidants and walk as much as possible instead of using vehicles.