July 2, 2011
It appears that eating seeds is a very good thing. (see kapaipuku.com). The problem is that these bars are very expensive. There must be a way to make them at home. Unfortunately all recipes seem to require heating the seeds (baking/etc). That's sure to damage them.
How does one make such a thing?
Here's a candidate recipe: http://tamilnadurecipes.com/2010/10/12/ell-urundai-sesame-seed-laddu-recipe/
try edible gum (gum arabic)
April 1, 2011
After trying more than 5 varieties of yoga mats (costly, cheap, etc). I've settled on the best one so far: by Jade Yoga. I'm using Sedona Red.http://www.bizrate.com/exercise-mats/oid2086605979.html – basically I got it for $64 or so. Worth the extra money. In the USA this would have been cheaper.
February 20, 2011
These are role models. People in their 60s to 90s who are maintaining top quality fitness. Also related informational material. Role models I know include:
– Adrian Cook, yoga teacher
– Some of the older yoga gurus (in Mussoorie)
– A number of elderly people at the gym and pool
Super-fit at Seventy and Healthy at a Hundred – A free PDF book.
ROLE MODELS: STORIES
ROLE MODELS: VIDEOS
86 YEARS OLD WOMAN
74 year old body builder
94 year old sprinter
98 year old who runs a childrens centre
November 7, 2010
a) Clarinase ( Loratadine and Pseudoephedrine sulfate) – this works for me better than:
b) Fexal (fexofenadine hydrochloride). – this one has lower effects
June 4, 2010