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Micaël Reynaud originally shared:
 
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Happy Holidayz...now lets get materialistic! :)
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a 19 min video with Longevity tips useful only until the arrival of the super-cheap organ-neuron replacement. :) Already labs are growing neurons and printing all organs is just 2-4 decades away. Until we can reverse aging in cells with nanobots (70 min video explains Immortality thru nanobots: http://goo.gl/btdFZ) that are eliminated easily, a few habits can help many to catch the train of Immortality tech. Having a purpose and a social life, relaxing a little daily, remaining active physically doing things we enjoy, minimizing stress, eating in moderation and less meat (many were vegetarians for decades), are the common characteristics Dan found among centenarians. :)

Nanobots will help us to live without eating some day, but until then I think eating less meat helps. :) Forbes recommended non-smoking, non-drinking (except a little) and vegetarianism for Longevity in a published article (http://goo.gl/wRAaZ) in 2009 about Marge, a vegetarian for 50 years, who died in 2011 at 106. Loma Linda world famous centenarians are often vegetarian, as was the 256 year old world Longevity record. :) http://goo.gl/YcNCd explains the ethics and pros of vegetarianism well (eliminate starvation, protect the environment).

When animals suffer for seconds/minutes during the sudden slaughter death in factory farms (most USA meat), they release stress hormones that age and sicken us: http://goo.gl/yxY4h. Not so with fruits and seeds of cereals, legumes and nuts. When humans cultivate compassion towards animals, they diminish aggressiveness and display more gentle soft soothing healing grace towards humans and bring faster a world of Immortals - as trillions spent in war (that reduces average longevity) go towards Longevity-Immortality. Gandhi said how we treat animals shows how civilized we are. :)

Bill Clinton is vegan (http://goo.gl/0NjdS) and so are some CEOs (http://goo.gl/7laCI). Gandhi, Tesla, Edison, Einstein, Newton, DaVinci were vegetarian at least part of their lives: http://goo.gl/IMJQJ. Flax seeds have 22g omega 3 fatty acids in 100g, 10 times more than the fish with highest omega 3. With a coffee machine one can grind the seeds and get the daily omega 3 and omega 6 needed. Cereals and legumes combined can provide all needed protein. Oats and flax seeds (the breakfast of Marge who lived to be 106) have much soluble fiber that lowers cholesterol. Bee pollen can provide B12, a guy ate a spoon daily and lived to be 114. :)

The TED video of this post talks of the doctor who did surgeries at 94 (http://goo.gl/MQqn3), after decades of being vegan. Many Gospel versions claim Jesus was vegetarian: http://goo.gl/1zf68, having multiplied grapes (not fish): http://goo.gl/NRo1q. 150' saints' were vegetarian in Christianity alone: http://goo.gl/ea0Kq, some living to 101 even 1500 years ago. Immortality for all is highly dependent on altruism - regardless of diet or beliefs. :)
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