Motivational Monday # 64: Three ways to feel young

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Here is todays message!….

Here are three natural ways to feel young and healthy: 
 

1: Bite into a superfruit 

There’s a good reason we’re hearing so much about  
pomegranates these days. “Current studies show that  
they are more beneficial than other fruits,” says Dr. Oz.  
Pomegranate juice has been found to lower cholesterol  
and blood pressure, possibly delay the onset of  
atherosclerosis, and potentially help reduce the risk  
of Alzheimer’s disease; researchers believe it may also  
help prevent some forms of cancer from starting or  
progressing. Pomegranates can also protect the skin  
from damage caused by UV rays. 

Another promising anti-ager is the goji berry, a fruit native 
to Tibet that boasts 500 times more vitamin C by weight  
than an orange and is considered to be the most abundant  
source of carotenoids, a type of antioxidant, on earth.  
This little nutritional powerhouse-which tastes like a denser,  
sweeter cranberry-also contains more iron than spinach,  
18 amino acids, calcium, magnesium, zinc, selenium,  
and vitamins B1, B2, B6 and E, according to Dr. Perricone.  
The goji berry stimulates the release of human growth  
hormone, a natural substance in the body that improves  
our ability to sleep, helps us look younger, reduces fat,  
improves memory, boosts libido, and enhances the 
immune system, he says. 

Try it! Snack on a handful of dried goji berries throughout  
the day. Be sure to buy ones from Tibet, because they have  
high serum levels, advises Dr. Perricone. In addition,  
drink pomegranate juice. Not a fan of the flavor? Buy it in 
concentrate and add a tablespoonful daily to kefir (or plain yogurt),  
suggests Dr. Perricone. 

2: Sip green tea 

Green tea has been found to reduce the risk of breast cancer and  
prevent remissions, and now it’s being tested as a way to help  
prevent bladder, colorectal, and lung cancer recurrence. ” 
Green tea is an amazing compound in terms of blocking the 
signalling network that is linked with the progression of cancer,”  
says Amy Yee, Ph.D., a professor of biochemistry at Tufts  
University and principal investigator of the cancer study.  
It’s also an effective weight-management agent because  
it appears to rev up metabolism, says Dr. Roizen.  
Preliminary research indicates that green tea may even  
help prevent Alzheimer’s disease.  

A Japanese study published in the American Journal of  
Clinical Nutrition found that drinking at least one cup a  
day can help keep your brain sharp as you get older. 

Try it! Sip two or three cups daily for the ultimate health  
benefits, says Yee. 

3:  Do mental aerobics 

A study published in the Journal of the American Medical  
Association shows that brain exercises can prevent cognitive  
decline, and the benefits can last for as many as five years.  
In his own research, Dr. Small has found that a two-week  
program of mental training can actually rewire the brain.  
“We’ve seen evidence on brain scans that memory improves,”  
he says. 

Try it! Strengthen your mind every day by doing crossword  
puzzles or Sudoku on paper or via a smartphone app. 
 

Action Exercise: 

Try some of these tips in your own life.

 

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Today’s quote: “Today is the oldest you’ve ever been, and the youngest you’ll ever be again.” – Thomas Dekker

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