Updated: November 2, 2017
Raw Food: The Fountain Of Youth?
Bernando LaPallo was 109 years old when this video was made. He has been eating a raw food diet for more than one hundred years.
I have been hearing about the virtues of a raw diet since the very beginning of My Serrapeptase Adventure. Although most of what I have heard has made some sense to me, and I have always enjoyed some raw food, I have been sceptical that moving towards a predominantly raw diet could really be the key to good health, or the illusive ‘fountain of youth’.
When I first saw this video, about Bernando LaPallo, in December last year, I decided to begin 2011 with a new approach to food. I have gradually increased the proportion of raw food in my diet, so that it is now about one third, most days. My aim is to reach a point where the majority of my diet is raw, and then to maintain it, at least for long enough to determine how much of a difference it makes. After that, who knows? I may be converted… I will keep you informed of my progress, but whatever I decide, I hope you enjoy this video.
Bernando’s book: Age Less Live More, is an inspiration. In 1906, at the tender age of five, Bernando LaPallo began to learn the secrets of long life and optimum health from his father, a Brazilian-born doctor and herbalist. He was patiently taught the importance of proper nutrition, the wisdom of movement and exercise, and the profound value of faith. It was the start of a remarkable journey; a life that has spanned more than a century, without disease or any of the other afflictions, so prevalent in today’s aging population.
After passing along his father’s wisdom to his children and grandchildren, with the same amazing results, Bernando decided that it is time to share his formula for health and longevity with the world; this book is a result of that desire. Join Bernando on an outstanding journey as he opens the doors to a new way of living, unhindered by stress and sickness, and shows how to add not just years to your life, but life to your years!
Bernando’s book is available at his website.