How can we live to 100, and more vitally, how can we live ‘well’ to 100 (and beyond)? This very question is the drive behind my current workshop ‘Longevity Nutrition’.
During the workshop we will explore the ‘Blue Zones’ of the world, these being the areas in which populations live well into old age. I focus on Okinawa, one of the larger islands which form an archipelago off Japan. Amongst the inhabitants of Okinawa, can be found the largest number of centenarians in the world. Fascinated by the reasons behind such great longevity and health statistics (examples include dramatically reduced incidents of heart attacks and breast/prostate cancer compared to western countries), I have read widely on the topic and collated information to offer participants with the aim of allowing us to take on-board some of the nutritional, cultural and social aspects of their lifestyle.
We will discuss this fascinating topic whilst drinking turmeric tea and enjoying sweet potato brownies. My aim is for participants to leave with some practical health giving tips and recipes which they can easily slot into their lives.
Location The Sussex Osteopath and Complementary Health Clinic, 135-137 High Street, Hurstpierpoint, West Sussex
Cost £10, booking essential as spaces limited. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to book.