Saturday, January 31, 2009

Food, Health and Aging

I browsed through the Internet and came up with this collection of URL's about food and its relation to health and aging.


Anti-Aging Therapy

What Is Anti-Aging Therapy? Modern Theories of aging are generally looked at in two theoretical ways; the damage theories and programmed theories ...... for further reading click

Healthy Eating

Healthy eating, your best choice for a healthy life ...... for further reading click

Healthy Living

Here you will find reliable, easy-to-understand articles on food and nutrition. From caffeine to salmonella prevention to trans fats, It's Your Health (IYH) provides you with ...... for further reading click

6 Superfoods for Heart Health

The bad news: Heart disease is the number one killer of women in the United States. The good news: You can reduce ...... for further reading click

Spices and aging

Top ten spices that defend you from aging A recent study, published in the current issue of the Journal of Medicinal Foods ...... for further reading click

Acidic Wastes and Aging

We live in a century of highly accelerated advancements in science and technology. At the turn of the century, man began to fly. Today, we can even fly to the moon. Isn't it reasonable to expect that science today should discover the technology of reverse aging? Well, it has! ...... for further reading click

Disclaimer: The author is not responsible for the contents of the URL's. The listed URL's are for the author own personal reference.

10 comments:

pakteh said...

Healthy living means 1 piece of toast + air suam in the morning, tosei + air suam in the afternoon and fruits + sandwich + air suam in the evening

Mawar said...

Dear Purple...
trying that "healthy living" by Pakteh. any substitute for tosei? :-)

ismad said...

Pakteh,

If everyone is concious of healthy living from younger age, there will be no need to restrict oneself to the diet prescription you have suggested!

Anyway, thanks for the diet prescription. I am sure many people out there can benifit from it.

Purplemelastoma.

ismad said...

Dr. Mawar,

Thanks. Have you finished reading Nonel Untuk Asyikin?

substitute for tosei?

May be we can try soup containing "red fish" (ikan merah) and kaeno mushroom for dinner. Flood the soup over a plate of boiled organic rolled oat.

For the vegitables .... we can have steamed brocolli, cabbage, long bean, lady's finger and brinjol. Eat them with light chilli paste (sambal). Plenty of anion, tomato but no "belacan" please.

Purplemelastoma

Mawar said...

Dear Prof Ismad,
hey, thats great menu. thanx. we used to have "roti nan" w variety of sambal (i love the green sambal, i think it's mint leaves) and of coz w "ayam tandoori" - free oil for early dinner. and favorite place is mamak corner at tmn jasmin, kajang - recommended, heheh.

Mawar said...

Again Prof Ismad the author of NUA,

yeh, i hv read it and preparing a paper...

thank you again for NUA.

pakteh said...

Dear Ismaid and Mawar
Like most of those oldies, they didn' care very much about healthy living when they were younger. It is only when they retired they started to care. Most of the time ... it's too late. My advise to the young ones ... start now and you will not regret

Mawar said...

Pak Teh n Prof Ismad,
thank you for reminding. btw, i hv got the recipe of that green sambal from the generous mamak :-)
mint leaves (RM1) blend w shallot, garlic, ginger, 5 cili padi, n add little bit of tamarind juice n sugar. voila! u may serve as yr salad dip at home.

ismad said...

P. D. Pakteh,

As usual, people are not concern abut something until that something comes down with a problem. People choose to fix rather than prevent.

If everyone takes care of one's own health, the doctors would have more time to take care of their own health.

ismad said...

Dr. Mawar,

Thank you for the information. I would like to try. Hopefuly not too hot...