Using Secondary Food To Suppress Our Hunger For Primary Food

Modern nutrition that includes carbohydrates and protein and fats is really just one source of nourishment which we call SECONDARY FOOD. If we are not physically starving, then other dimensions of the human experience are generally much more important to us than what we put into our mouth. One of the reasons we see so […]

Ten Tips for Successful Aging

I was speaking at Allianz Global investment yesterday and I shared my TOP TEN TIPS for SUCCESSFUL AGING. I thought my online community would like to see the list!! TOP TEN TIPS FOR SUCCESSFUL AGING Dr Karen Wolfe, M.B.B.S., M.A. 1. Stop Smoking 2. Get the Longevity Attitude Basic optimism Willingness to adapt Sense […]

Successful Aging Tip- Never retire!

One of my favorite tips for Successful Aging is to remove the word RETIRE from our vocabulary. So many people consider retirement as an ending instead of a new beginning. Many illnesses start AFTER someone retires from a job they have had! So let’s redefine retirement as re-creation or re-invention! It is a time for […]

Multivitamin use lowers risk of certain pregnancy complications

Pre-term birth (PTB) and small-for-gestational-age (SGA) births are leading risk factors of morbidity and mortality in newborns. Previous observations have indicated that multivitamins taken periconceptually (just before and just after a woman becomes pregnant) may decrease the risk of PTB and SGA. The objective of a new study was to relate the timing and frequency […]

Where do people live the longest?

With all of the technological advancements, vaccines and education system in the great country of the United States of America, you would think we would have the longest life expectancy. Sadly, we don’t. A new report suggests that life expectancy is rising among other countries in the world as of 2011. The latest study suggests […]