July 17, 2014 at 9:38 am #42629
(TRFW News) A Bolivian man believed to be 123 years old has recently died, and naturally, it raises the question of what he did in order to live such a long life (1).
While Carmelo Flores, an Aymara Indian, had a baptism certificate showing that his birthday was in July 1890, it wasnt until the 1940s that Bolivia began issuing official birth certificates, so his exact birth date cant be confirmed. Still, the aged man may be able to provide insight for those of us in other parts of the world who have much lower life expectancy. In the United States, for example, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) says the average life span is about 78.7 years (2).
So, what was this mans secret? In a nutshell: healthy eating and living simple.
Healthy diet and slower-paced lifestyle linked to longevity
Flores Sr. not only lived in a straw hut and apparently hunted by himself in order to survive local wars, but he ate plenty of superfoods. Riverside mushrooms and quinoa seeds were some of his common food choices, and chewing on coca leaves was habitual. Its said that the last few years of his life were spent resting and wearing shoes that were made of recycled tires.
The link between longevity and such a lifestyle is not unfamiliar in other areas.
In the book by John Robbins, Healthy at 100, its explained that many traditional views are put by the wayside including celebrating, rather than fearing, old age. Additionally, many other cultures live simply, like the Abkhasian people of Russia who structure their day based not on alarms and hurried demands, but rather, their biological rhythms. In fact, no word exists in their culture for deadline.
Another culture, the Hunzans of Pakistan, have been known to quickly scale rocks that are virtually perpendicular, an ability attributed to their daily physical routine of walking great distances to and from various communities.
Looking at these other cultures may allow other peoples to make slight changes to their own lifestyle so they too, can live longer and happier.July 17, 2014 at 1:39 pm #42630
nutritional content coca leaf:July 17, 2014 at 10:34 pm #42632
over and over again, the constant discrepancy between definitions of souls,spitis and humans has never been addressed..
does the gorilla’s soul die by degree when it loses a loved one?
does a “chimpanzee” reincarnate?
there is no such thing as a “human”…
even a snake has a heart,
the primate channels are mirrors of the anthropomorphic homo sapiens/habilus
a gorilla already has 46+2
the platypus has 52..
why? because there are numerous primate “strains”..
every living thing has a “soul”
and being “human” is based on logic and reason,
not soft hearted-ness..
the soft heart is feminine
ultimately it is an issue of implosion, white hole oscillation, structure, the thing called “entanglement
and the balancing of the planes known as the IVR…
the primates have an equal amount of “star injection” as homo sapiens, but their brain and genitals do not fully polarize which is the point of the the phallus..
electrical implosion finds nucleus in the BIG BANG, there is no special “HUMAN”July 18, 2014 at 6:54 am #42634
Pressure releases are the visible deformities within and around a track left either by the pressure of the animal’s foot as it was making the track, or by the release of that pressure as it lifted its foot. For example, when a child jumps into a sandbox, it first causes a deep depression and an explosion of sand-much like jumping into a mud puddle. Then, as the child lifts its feet, some of the sand caves in around the edges, leaving the footprints partly covered with rubble. All of the visible signs in the sand, from cracks and mounds to cliffs and plumes, are pressure releases. If these are read correctly, they tell exactly how the tracks were made and just what the animal was doing when it made them.
-TOM BROWN Jr. & BRANDT MORGAN, Field Guide to Nature Observation and Tracking
Most people rightfully trust and believe only in scientific results that have been verified through obsrevation. The Higgs boson is a very different particle from anything anyone has ever discovered. It would be only fundamental scalar ever observed. Unlike particles such as quarks and gauge bosons, scalars-which are particles with zero spin-remain the same when you rotate or boost your system. The only spin-0 particles that have been observed so far are bound states of particles such as quarks that do have nonzero spin. We won’t know for certain that a Higgs scalar exists until it emerges and and leaves visible evidence in a detector.
-LISA RANDALL, Knocking on Heaven’s Door
If somebody is interested about superfoods one should also learn sprouting in my opinion.
That of course don’t mean that one has to fanatically follow raw vegan diet.
One also could try to imagine how situation would be multiple ways positively different if cultivating kitchengarden would be more common.
Ps. Sorry for my broken English.July 18, 2014 at 8:49 am #42636July 19, 2014 at 3:40 am #42638
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