14 January 2013


D 90 sucor or samson


D-jell, Fish-jell, Garlic-jelly

Zinc, Melitonin 4


C-tabs, Mag-tabs


"There was a theory, increasingly well supported, that eating is what killed you. They found that rats on extremely restricted diets, rats who ate very few calories, lived impressively long. They saw the same results with other animals, up to and including chimpanzees. They suspected, but could not prove, the same was true of humans. Every little bite of food was another step towards death."

Read more: digitaljournal.com/article/341150#ixzz2Htq0xcah


ketones via low-carb diet (for example: meat or fish with salad, but no sugar, grains, rice, starchy vegetables)


And those over 70 who walk an average of 4,500 steps a day have a risk that is 77% lower than those who walk less than 2,000 steps a day. 

The study was quite limited. It covered 452 participants who wore step counters for three or more days, for 10 or more hours, and then did follow-ups over the next 3.5 years. The average step count per day was 3,500. Some 7.5% had a heart attack or stroke or got heart disease. But among those who took fewer than 2,000 steps per day, that figure was 12%.

Among those who walked about 4,500 steps a day, that was just 3.5%.

The average age of the participants was 78, some 59% were women, and 20% were Black.

The study adds to the growing evidence that exercise, even just walking, are powerful at keeping us younger and healthier.

What gets measured gets managed, as they say, which is why the simplest takeaway from the study is to buy a step counter, wear it every day, and keep track of how much you move around. And just try to get the numbers up.

I programmed my cheapo step counter with a daily steps target of 10,000, and it buzzes and alerts me on days I hit it. If I make it to my 70s maybe I’ll cut that to 5,000.

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