I’m a little slow. Thought I believe slow and steady most always wins the race. I’ve been slow to get fully on the longevity train, perhaps I was somehow suspicious about it. Perhaps part of me felt it was not really possible to actually alter longevity, I am a lifelong skeptic, and it just seemed too good to be true. However, the more I have read and watched YouTube video on longevity and the more I have gotten into it. It’s good to want to live longer. The adaptation of a longevity-increasing lifestyle is actually a better way to live while we are in fact here.
So, while online doing more research some months ago about longevity, I came across this useful cookbook The Longevity Kitchen, by Rebecca Katz, and I ordered a copy then and have kept it on my kitchen counter ever since! I do not buy cookbooks, I do not know Rebecca Katz, but she is very charming and often funny, and sure does a damn good job of making healthy food tasty and interesting, without being preachy or too negative about the junky crap that we sometimes like to eat. I have actually tried several of these recipes. I have taken to eating less red meat the last few years, in favor or fish and chicken, and she certainly includes many recipes for those and other proteins in this tome. Finally, from this book, I have truly found a way to enjoy those superfoods which experts have been talking about for so long.
I will be using this cookbook much more and I may even by one or two for friends who would do well to have and enjoy this.