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Tuesday, 10 May 2016

Go Ida

Good morning. Here's something inspirational to get you up and running. I've just read in The Times about Ida Keeling, the 100 year old woman who has broken a world record. I gooooglied her and found this on the CSS Sports web site. 

There is a video on yooootooob


She was asked about the secret of her longevity, she said, 'Eat for nutrition, not for taste, exercise at least once a day.'

Good on you Ida, I am working on it.

Catch you later. Toodle pip

6 comments:

  1. How amazing! I would say Eat for nutrition and taste though as it doesn't have to be one the other.
    Jane

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  2. Thanks for posting that Ilona; what a remarkable woman, it really made me cheer. Just goes to show if you look after yourself your body re-pays you. How fantastic. Amanda

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  3. Thanks for this Ilona,just had a look and a read of how she got started.She was 67 years old.Same age as me.Just the kick up the backside I needed to get started!

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  4. Read a bit more,found out she was born in May 1915,same year as my Mum.

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  5. good for Ida, wow wee,, thats amazing!!!
    the advice about nutrition is interesting,, but I find healthy food tasty,,

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  6. My Dad's 100 in June. He's always going on about protein. He's a massive meat and egg eater. I'm neither. He has really good health whereas I have poor health (I'm a vegetarian). Natalie

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