Temperature, altitude, diet, and exercise can all be part of a longevity plan. Here is the link from this morning. http://bit.ly/1gMlnON
Follow the recommendations in that article for a couple of years, and you will learn the difference between pain and discomfort. 😉
My link to the USDA Database for the Flavonoid Content of Selected Foods has become broken. Here is the new link. http://1.usa.gov/1gMlFVU
You might want to download your own copy of that, so that it does not get lost. 😉
I'm writing this because my current program and progress is likely strongly dependent on the flavonoids and other polyphenols in my diet.
The following dietary links hit the high points.
Michael L. Love: polyphenols, first round results http://bit.ly/VQ6say
Michael L. Love: Thai Black Rice update | GNU-Darwin Action Blog http://bit.ly/1lASRmr
Michael L. Love: Flavonoid blast fudge recipe | GNU-Darwin Action Blog http://bit.ly/1jy3TGB
Michael L. Love: proclus on Blogger: proclus : Michael L. Love: parsley and bone loss http://bit.ly/1my3RhH
Here are some articles primarily about parsley, which is a great way to get some greens and plenty of flavonoids.
proclus : Michael L. Love: Parsley odyssey continues | GNU-Darwin Action Blog http://bit.ly/PgfBud
proclus : Michael L. Love: parsley as a preservative | GNU-Darwin Action Blog http://bit.ly/1h07U7h
proclus : Michael L. Love: parsley and autism – Michael L. Love's blog http://bit.ly/1gMmZIq
Michael L. Love: more parsley info, anti-diarrhea and other matters http://bit.ly/PgfKxY
Parsley, a brain food? http://bit.ly/1eagOsT