1. GUAVA Helps boost your immune system. High in potassium and lycopene
2. BLUEBERRIES FRESH OR FROZEN I call them “Brain Berries” Rich in antioxidants and high in dietary fiber.
3. CABBAGE Loaded with nutrients that can fight cancer.
4. BEETS High in folic acid excellent for pregnant women. Cancer preventive.
5. SARDINES High in Omega-3 fatty acids which help to normalize cholesterol and ideal for weight watchers. They can boost your immune system.
6. CANNED PUMPKIN High in fiber, low calories ideal for weight watchers.


A study published in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease on Feb 10, 2016 showed that a previously reported double-blind trial involving healthy men and women between the ages of 50 and 80 years old, who received 2,200 mg per day of omega-3 fatty acids or a placebo, improved 13.2% versus 3.5% of the placebo group with a better memory.

No Time for Exercising—Try taking a Hot Bath.

My father was right 60 years ago. He loved to take a hot bath, so he had built a 6′ 6” bathtub where he could soak for an hour. It was so long ago, that he had to have the Jacuzzi outside the tub with the jets put into the water. But I digress.
The good news comes from a study out of the National Center for Sport and Exercise Medicine at the University of Loughborough in the United Kingdom.
The researchers recruited 14 men and assigned them to either an hour of moderate cycling or an hour-long soak in a 104-degree bath.
The bathers burned about 140 calories on the average, similar to a half-hour walk. They also found the bathers had improved ability to control blood sugar, an important measure of metabolic health.
Exposing your body to heat has similar effects to cold exposure, it seems to activate your circulatory system that may have long-term health benefits.


Researchers at Yale University studied the reading habits of 3,635 people over 50 and found that the ones who read for more than 3.5 hours each week, or about 30 minutes per day, were 23% less likely to die over the course of the 12 year study.
Have you read any good books lately?


A study published in the European Journal of Nutrition stated that was a 70% increase in the diabetes risk of men who drank one or more weekly servings of DIET SODA, compared with the risk of men who rarely drink it.
My advise is to drink clean, pure, alkaline water instead of sodas, diet or regular.