April 16, 2009

Testimony of longevity


Doris A.Smith , age 95 gives her testimony on how she has been able to age gracefully, while
Others have more problems. She says age isn’t important unless you are cheese! If you are blessed to reach ninety-five you would like to be able to walk, take care of yourself be in reasonably good health.
In order to be in this kind of shape you need to start early in life….with exercise, good nutrional supplements, take care of not spending too much time in the sun, take good care of your skin..use products that are toxin free. Need to keep your weight down, eat proper, and get good night’s sleep.

Stay active with friends and family, be involved activities that keep the brain functioning. Have a sense of humor, laugh at lot, have a positive attitude.
Sometimes when we reach middle age we feel we might be following apart! We wonder what is happening…it is never too late to get started with the right regiment. I discovered the Shaklee supplements late in live but what difference they made in my life. I am still able to go to the gym couple times a week, where I work on the walker, the bicycle, and do some arm exercises Two to Three times a week I play bridge, at age 84 taught myself how to use the computer. I am able keep up through email with friends and family.
In January of 2009 I fell and broke 4 ribs! I feel the the Shaklee product Vivix really helped me with endurance and energy to get out of the assisted living back to the comfort of my own home where I live alone and can take care of myself. I feel it replaced and built up my cells surrounding my ribs for a quicker recovery! I feel I am living life to the fullest at my age!

13 comments:

drunklibrarian said...

This is the best picture ever! I'm so glad you guys got a chance to see the kids while you were there!!

Virginia Wright said...

I am sending this one to my mom. What a terrific post!

Anonymous said...

What an inspiration. Yes we should all send this to our Mom. Linda L

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Liz Amason said...

What an inspiration and wonderful advice that I am going to follow for healthy longevity!

AuntJoJo said...

Fun Post Diane... My mom is a living testimony to this. She is 81 and so active, she rides horse, ATV's, grooms here 7 dogs, redecorates constantly judges at dog fly ball events, plays cards with friends, the list goes on. AND she takes your all natural, organic supplements. I think the combination of it all keeps her young. She puts a lot of younger people to shame :-) Thanks Diane, great post, I love you pictures.

Elsie Hearn said...

Super Lady! Wow,Doris is such a great role model. And to know that Vivix from Shaklee helped get her out of assisted living and back on her own. Wonderful!

Lela M said...

Doris sounds like an amazing woman. At age 95, and still live alone and take care of herself is is great. Hooray for Vivix in helping her do this.

AZ John said...

What a great testament to graceful aging from an AWESOME lady! Thanks for sharing.

Geoff White said...

What a Great post - that picture of Doris in the gym is riveting ~ I'm inspired!

Blackswan said...

Amazing post & thks for sharing! Totally agree one must be active in life. My mum's 80 & she goes karaoke, line-dancing, plays majong, does voluntary work like cleaning at community centres etc.

Happy Mother's Day to all mothers!

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