JAPANESE RECIPE FOR LONGEVITY

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JAPANESE RECIPE FOR LONGEVITY

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Getting older is biological process, but there are some foods that can prolong your life and keep you younger for a longer time. However the duration of our life has been considerably prolonged in comparison to earlier times.

The process of aging is different for different people. Some young people have wrinkles on their face while others much older than them have no wrinkles at all. Have you ever met some person who is around 60, but look at least 10 years younger? This might be due to the healthy diet that they have kept over the life.

With the ages came many diseases and mostly associated diseases with the aging are heart attacks, forgetfulness, poor sight and osteoporosis. However it is not a rule that old people should be affected by these conditions. They are often caused by genetic predispositions, lack of physical activities and unhealthy diet.

The following are some foods that you should consume regularly in order to prolong your life:

  • Many vegetables and fruits
  • Boiled vegetables in combination of some nuts
  • You should also drink water in big amounts
  • Cereals in combination with yoghurt for breakfast
  • Slices of whole-wheat bread with peanut-butter

In this post we will show you the incredible Japanese recipe for longevity.

Recipe

Ingredients:

  • 2 tablespoons of honey
  • 1 tablespoon of apple cider vinegar
  • Half a cup of water
  • Half a teaspoon of ginger powder
  • 1 teaspoon of aloe Vera,
  • 20 drops of garlic juice

Instructions how to prepare it:

The preparation won`t take you much time. Just mix together all the above mentioned ingredients. Consume this mixture every morning. In case you are intolerant to aloe Vera and garlic you can replace them with 20 drops of hawthorn and nettle.

Source: HEALTHY LIFE BASE

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