Thursday, August 4, 2011
Luigi Cornaro, a Venetian nobleman, was one of the most celebrated centenarians, who lived from 1464 to 1566 AD. Luigi is famous for his longevity wisdom about the art of living well related to calorie restriction, expressed in his discourses written when he was in his eighties and nineties.
The wisdom of Luigi Cornaro has been an inspiration for more than five centuries. His longevity wisdom on anti-aging living is simple and down-to-earth:
• Avoid overeating.
• Avoid environmental stress, such as extreme heat and cold (environmental toxins in contemporary society).
• Avoid extreme fatigue, and interruption of sleep.
These are simple things we all can do to move towards a healthy a long life.
Letting go of the old can be hurtful. It's like claws leaving a mark on your skin. It's real easy to put those old habits on...