Thoughtful Friday GOKI Readers, today let me begin by expressing my thoughts and prayers are with the people of Japan, who are experiencing a devastating earthquake that has spawned a tsunami that has effected Hawaii as well as the West Coast of the United States.
On a personal front, my sister informed me that her husband/my brother-in-law has also suffered his own health scare, by having a mild heart attack. 
These two incidents may be a world apart in regards to the severity inflicted, but I dare say, not in the sentiment(s)/emotions felt by the fear of the unexpected, and the realization of what has transpired.

With that piece of info said, let me carry on with my latest health tip, found in the desk calender titled: 365 Ways To Boost Your Brain Power, written by Carolyn Dean, M.D., Valentine Dmitirev, Ph.D., and Donna Raskin.

March 11, 2011 Health Tip Of The Day

Pick The Superfoods

Some foods are better for you than others. The key is to eat a diverse diet, with an emphasis on those foods with nutritional punch. The majority of Americans don't consume nearly enough fruits and vegetables. Government health officials suggest five servings of fruits and vegetables daily--twice the amount suggested for meat and dairy. Fruits and vegetables are an important part of any anti-aging regimen because they are packed with essential nutrients in their most natural and useful form.  

For all my readers I say Take Care, and as always, To Your Health!  

 





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