Bernando LaPallo is a well-known supercentenarian who turned 113 this year – but only looks as though he could just barely start the retirement process.

Retire, he won’t – even though he has vibrantly lived since 1901. He writes books and speaks around the country about natural health. The Brazilian-born man now resides in Mesa, Arizona.

His creed: You are what you eat. 

He eats mostly organic veggies and fruits, walks, does crossword puzzles, reads voraciously, plays checkers and cultivates his faith, spirituality, and the Golden Rule. He says to get plenty of rest and reports that he’s never been sick.

What are his favored five foods?

Olive oil
Garlic
Cinnamon
Honey
Chocolate

He loves to tell people to use olive oil on their skin after a shower – soak it up and be wrinkle-free like him.

Bernando Lapallo expressed a love for his father and the lessons he instilled in him. Bernando LaPallo recalled this lesson:

“He told me not to eat ordinary red meat…He said lamb is okay but red meat, stay away from it. Hot dogs, french fries and all those things don’t eat it.” ABC news

Bernando Lapallo makes vegetable juices twice a week and he uses a combination of beets, broccoli, carrots, collard greens, kale, and spinach in his vegetable juices. He squeezes his own orange juice because the nutrient content is better than store bought orange juice. He makes fruit smoothies daily and his favorite fruit smoothie combination consists of:

Blending one ripe banana, one teaspoon of self-made garlic paste blended with olive oil, a generous amount of blueberries, and 2 tablespoons of Dr. Schulze’s Superfood green powder. He will also add strawberries and cantaloupe. Bernando LaPallo adds cantaloupe because his father told him to take care of his eyes, and cantaloupe was good for the eyes. Natural News

The moral of Bernando LaPallo’s story is to eat a mostly plant-based diet that includes plenty of organic fruits and vegetables. His diet is anchored by garlic, honey, cinnamon, chocolate, and olive oil. He minimizes meat consumption and minimally eats fish just twice a week. He ties this all together with low impact exercise in the form of walking. These simple things have helped him to stay robust at 113 years old.

This video was taken when he was a mere 110 man – his message is still going viral.

 

 

Source:healthyfoodhelp.net


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Bernando LaPallo is a well-known supercentenarian who turned 113 this year – but only looks as though he could just barely start the retirement process. Retire, he won’t – even though he has vibrantly lived since 1901. He writes books and speaks around the country about natural health. The Brazilian-born...