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Longevity and Immortality

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Longevity and Immortality

It surprises me that most everyone wants to live forever-- or at least until they're 100-- and yet almost no one does what it takes to live that long. Most folks eat too much, drink too much, neglect their bodies, and continue stupid habits like smoking, watching too much TV, and improper sexual practices.

Brush Your Teeth; Practice Your Energy

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Brush Your Teeth; Practice Your Energy

People brush their teeth to prevent problems in the future. It takes years to get a child to understand that if he or she doesn't take care of his teeth, they're going to rot and fall out.

So why don't you have the same relationship with your body? People exercise to look good, not for future health. You can look around and know that as you age, your body will begin to break down. First you lose the ability to jump and run. Then your balance gets weaker. Then you become prone to injuries.

Gentle Exercise

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Gentle Exercise

My father was a track star in high school, and continued jogging almost every day. In his 30's, he was still a fantastic distance runner, placing well in running competitions. By age 42, his knees were done and he had to stop running completely.

Meat & Vegetables

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Meat & Vegetables

Lots of kids don't want to eat their vegetables. With taste buds all over their little mouths, vegetables can seem bitter, or spicy or just gross. I for one could not stomach raw tomatoes because they reminded me of garbage. Mushrooms tasted like dirt, and olives were just crazy gross.

Muscle is Temporary; Joints are Forever

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Muscle is Temporary; Joints are Forever

Some heated debate arose on a website that runs my blogs in tandem. While I am trying to start a revolution of better health, and freely offer excellent advice, some senior citizens argued with me that lifting weights is ALWAYS a good thing.

Strength Ain't The Way

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Strength Ain't The Way

I thought yoga was fad. Back in the 90's, all the ladies and metrosexual men were dashing into yoga classes and workshops. (I think Madonna had a lot to do with it) I was sure that yoga would be dead in ten years. I was wrong. But the way I see it, many who practice yoga still talk about how it builds strength.

Think Fasting

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Think Fasting

Fasting for a day is good for you. The so-called "godfather of fitness," Jack Lalane, learned much of his juicing and health techniques from a man named Paul Bragg. Bragg loved to teach people about the health benefits of water fasting. It will clean your system and help you start fresh.

Old People Should Not Lift Weights

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Old People Should Not Lift Weights

Without medical doctors, we would sure be lost. They know all kinds of stuff about organs and bones and brains-- all kinds of stuff.

But when I read about some doctor suggesting seniors should lift weights, I throw up a little in my mouth. They don't call 'em DUMBELLS for nuthin'.

Massage: Pleasure & Pain

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Massage: Pleasure & Pain

I took a real interest in massage when I was about 12. My mom and I would trade massages every evening. It was a good deal that continued through high school. When I graduated, my seven-year old sister gave me a gift certificate drawn in crayon, good for one head rub.

Chinese Herbs: Nutrition From Outer Space

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Chinese Herbs: Nutrition From Outer Space

Back in the days when I was a body- builder, I thought about nutrition as if my body were a race car or something like that. My muscles were like the engine, and they needed high-quality fuel to move me around. I needed protein and vitamins to repair broken-down parts. I stayed away from sugar because it just made me too heavy. I thought I was doing a pretty good job because "I looked good."

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