Foods That Combat Aging: The Nutritional Way to Stay Healthy Longer (Lynn Sonberg Books)
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While it is impossible to stop the passage of time, there are ways to prevent it from taking its toll on your appearance and your health—without resorting to injections and painful, expensive plastic surgery. The secret is in the foods you eat every day! The right diet can renew your energy; help you to maintain smooth, clear skin and a youthful glow; and actually add years to your life. This remarkable handbook will be your Fountain of Youth—providing meal plans, delicious recipes, and essential information that will enable you to turn back the clock and get a fresh and healthy new start on life!
Your indispensable guide to looking and feeling younger
- An easy-to-use nutrition counter covering more than 3,000 foods, broken down by their anti-aging nutrients
- Mouth-watering recipes to revitalize the body and soul
- How to shop, how to eat, what to look for to achieve optimum health and maximize your quality of life in later years
And much more!
illnesses. Healthy cooking methods include poaching, boiling, stir-frying, slow-cooking (crockpot), and steaming; avoid baking, grilling, broiling, and microwaving. The same holds true for meals you order at restaurants. STEP 9: STRIVE TO BE TOXIN FREE You are surrounded by substances that cause and contribute to aging and disease, and that includes the food and beverages you consume every day. Fortunately there are ways you can avoid or minimize their harmful effects. Avoid sugar and
chili powder, tomatoes, and cayenne. Simmer and stir until well blended, then add the beans. Lower heat and simmer low for 30 minutes. Add the mustard and salt, stir, and serve. POACHED SALMON Serves 1 1 salmon fillet ¼ cup white wine ¼ cup water Several thin slices of red onion and green pepper Dash of dill Put the wine, water, dill, onions, and pepper in a sauté pan and simmer on medium heat. Place the fillet in the pan. Cover and cook until done, about 5 minutes depending on the
Reference Intake (DRI, formerly RDA) is 75 mg for women and 90 mg for men; for smokers, 110mg for women and 130 mg for men. B vitamins The B vitamins are essential to help preserve and maintain optimal function of the central nervous system and the production of neurotransmitters, which are critical for brain function because they carry signals from cell to cell. Generally, B vitamins help fight the signs and symptoms of an aging brain: for example, slowing of reflexes, difficulty
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day. These can be in chili, soups, stews, salads, or as a side dish. Include one serving of oatmeal, all-bran, or another high-fiber cereal per day. CALCIUM There’s no bones about it, you need adequate amounts of calcium to keep your bones healthy. Calcium is especially critical for bone health, and for the 44 million Americans for whom osteoporosis is a major health threat. The National Institutes of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases reports that 10 million Americans