This video is #1 in a series of 8 from a 2020 podcast focused on mental health and happiness. It is a relaxed chat about what can cause unhappiness and what we can do to create happiness. This conversation is heavily influenced by the centenarian cultures philosophy.
Today I speak about Genetics vs Genetic Expression - a topic close to my heart as without this information you may always think your health is just luck, hereditary or chance... Surely, they are the main drivers of my health and longevity? Nope.
Today I speak about the time required to truly get well and stay well. Transforming your health and curing disease can often take up to a year - going through all four seasons while embedding new habits. It takes time. The human body works at its own pace.
With regards kids’ food, it’s not too late to change your kid’s taste buds. It may take a bit of time but the trick is to make small changes so they don’t even notice. Add fresh veges onto a plate when you know they are hungry. Always offer veges first.
Your genes have an influence on your health and longevity but genes require triggers and you control the triggers. It’s about what you EAT and how you LIVE rather than what GENES you have been born with. Change your genetic expression through your choices.
I stopped drinking over 35 years ago. Best. Decision. Ever. The more you understand why we drink and how alcohol causes breast cancer, liver disease, domestic violence, harm to our children, social damage and so much more, you sober up pretty quickly.
This video is about why I stopped drinking alcohol for good, over 35 years ago. It was one of the best things I have ever done for my skin health, cancer risk, longevity, liver health, heart health and brain. However the reason I quit the booze is not what you think…
We often mistake pleasure for happiness. Happiness is internal. Pleasure (though as wonderful as it is and an essential part of the human experience), is external and can become addictive and reduce happiness. So how do we genuinely get happier?
The research, science, studies and long-term epidemiology on the world’s healthiest and longest-lived peoples say that genetics dictate 2-3% of preventable disease, and the rest is created through diet, lifestyle and environmental choices.