I can’t think of anything more important than having an energized feeling. Not a caffeine or sugar buzz kind of energy. I am talking more about a natural energized feeling.

I’m talking about the kind of energy level you enjoyed as a child. Remember how a single day could feel like an eternity?

You once enjoyed a wellspring of physical energy and mental clarity and it can be again.

I have to tell you there are a lot of bad rumors and nasty gossip going around these days giving people the false impression that aging is a disease. Nothing could be further from the truth.

But if that’s what you believe, you can bet it’s going to drain out all your energy just worrying about it.

What’s the Big Bad Idea?

Did you know it’s the whole “idea of dis-ease” that keeps people from growing old and being happy?

Dis-ease isn’t natural, but growing older is!

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What’s Fueling You?

America May Be High Tech, But Its Way Behind When It Comes To Eating

The first symptom of all degenerative disease is loss of energy.

We live in an energy crashing society addicted to the temporary rush of any fuel whether it’s high fructose corn syrup, caffeine or vitamin shots.

Now people are burning the candle from both ends and time is running out.

Your body will renew itself completely cell by cell if you know how to tap into super foods that actually switch your cellular power centers back on.

Most people are burning flash paper to power their internal furnace, when learning to eat right would be like igniting a perpetual source of hydrogen fuel instead.

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Energy Secrets of “Blue Zoners”

Leading gerontologists who study longevity have found women in the Okinawan “Blue Zone” actually have more energy and feel happier at 80 years than they do at 40.

In fact, Japanese people have taught us several energy secrets that can help you increase energy levels and live a longer, happier lifestyle.

I found one of these “almost lost energy secrets” that will surprise you and the best thing is, it’s FREE and you don’t have to live on a tropical island to benefit from it.

It’s so simple, you’re probably not going to even believe it, but this one energy secret is common among all long living people.

The Okinawan’s call it, “IKIGAI

Older Okinawan’s will gladly tell you “the one reason” they get out of bed naturally energized each morning.

Their clearly “defined purpose” gives them defined roles of responsibility and enriches their lives with strong feelings of being needed well past 100 years old in many cases.

The secret is living life “on purpose.” In fact, the Ikigai for many centenarians and super-centenarians is “longevity” itself.

You may ask, “What’s that got to do with energy levels and health.” The answer is everything!

Do you remember when you were a young child and you had a new puppy, or kitten? Remember the high energy you had? You were up at the crack of dawn everyday to care for it. How about Christmas morning or birthdays? Do you remember how having a “defined purpose” gave you energy?

That’s Ikigai.

It’s a fact that having positive goals, challenges and responsibilities, give the feeling of being needed, ultimately creating higher levels of physical energy and mental energy.

That’s the best place to start if you ask the experts.

Today There Are Two Distinct Groups in Okinawa.

  1. The healthy, older generation with a longer life expectancy.
  2. The less healthy younger generation whose life expectancy is losing ground rapidly.

The main suspected culprit, is a loss of ancient culture and the customary responsibilities due to increased Westernization of their society.

As in America the high cost of consumerism takes its toll on family, health and cultural values. Now suicide among Japanese men is at an all time high, degenerative disease, violence and poverty are up, while a sense of defined purpose and energy levels are down.

P.S. Fact is the Standard American Diet (SAD) means fast food, fast death and low energy. So, find your energizing purpose and live for it.