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This is a video of Jeanne Calment when she was 119 years old. She lived to 122 years of age. Excerpted from http://mediterranee.france3.fr.
The French Mediterranean Jeanne Calment lived to 122.6 years. She was in great shape until 120. thereafter, after a fall, she slowly deteriorated, but always kept her wit until the last second. She confirmed what Happiness Medicine Institute teaches, that one of the secrets to a healthy life span is happiness via laughter and an attitude of unflappability.
Supernaturian testimony: vegan raw foods: 114 years old.
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105 Year Old Jessie Jordan talks about life on the other side of 100 and what is important in life. Her friends and family and even a hockey legend come to her home to help celebrate her big day.
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Jessie Jordan-Celebrating 105th Birthday
Christine Hopwood-Recreation Manager, Shepherd Village
Paul Henderson-Hockey Legend
Janet Sherman-Jordan’s Daughter
Jacqueline McPhee-Jordan’s Daughter
Gail White-Jordan’s Daughter
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Uploaded on Sep 29, 2009
The “godfather” of fitness, Jack LaLanne penned a new book on nutrition and fitness, “Live Young Forever.” He spoke to Maggie Rodriguez.
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Great advice from the Master, about why do you want to use dumbbells instead of barbells. Because the strong side of your body takes over causing misalignment of your back. If you take that a step further, barbells would also lead to the weak side of your body not improving as much as the strong side.
So if you move to hand weight dumbbells you balance your strength on both sides of your body and also strengthen and protect your back, all at
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23 feb, 2014 (ANI) -Born in 1896, the world’s oldest man, 118-year- old Premsai Patel, native of a remote central Indian village,attributes his long, healthy life to fresh green vegetables, pulses and a strict vegetarian diet
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Mrs Salakay Saliling Mling The Oldest woman IN THE WHOLE wORLD who lives somewhere part of the Philippine Island. WORLD GUINNESS BOOK OF RECORD
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No one has ever lived to be older than 141-year-old Bir Narayan Chaudhary, and this was the last time he was filmed. No footage of an older person exists. His age was confirmed by Nepal’s Ministry of Archaeology.
Published on Jan 3, 2014
For Beyond 50’s “Natural Healing” talks, listen to an interview with Dr. Gabriel Cousens, the leading live-food medical doctor and spiritual nutrition expert in the world. He is also the founder of the Tree of Life Center in Patagonia, Arizona. He’ll educate about telomeres that are the ends of the chromosomes of DNA which protects our genetic data. They sold some secrets on how we age and get cancer. Geneticists have determined that shorter telomeres are associated with shorter lives. Among people older than 60, those with shorter telomeres are three times more likely to die from heart disease and eight times more likely to die from infectious disease. Tune in to Beyond 50: America’s Variety Talk Radio Show on the natural, holistic, green and sustainable lifestyle. Visit www.Beyond50Radio.com and sign up for our FREE Updates!
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There is general long-chain omega-3 deficiency amongst omnivores, vegetarians, vegans, and live-fooders alike, which includes approximately ninety-five percent of all pregnant women and about seventy-five percent of the general population. Hempseed, flaxseed, chia seed, and walnuts have short-chain omega-3s, which may convert to long-chain omegas at a rate of one to three percent. This conversion is more than doubled, up to six to ten percent, by adding coconut oil with these omega-3 nuts and seeds. In a recent pilot study by Dr. Gabriel, one tablespoon of chia oil and one tablespoon of coconut oil was the nutritional equivalent in the biological system of 200 IU of DHA and 100 IU of EPA—so we do have some non-supplemental ways to achieve adequate levels of DHA and EPA.