Today we have an instructive text portion, with illustrations to keep your interest.
Far off the coast of Panama, on a remote island, there lives a native tribe called the Kuna, who maintain remarkably good health.
Despite their daily indulgence in decadent treats, they have six times less incidence of heart attack, 17 times less incidence of stroke, and 18 times less incidence of cancer than their mainland contemporaries.
And, as if that wasn’t enough, Kunas that are retirement-age and older have blood pressure rates that rival those of any healthy 20-year old.
So what’s their secret? Well, it isn’t good genes. It’s something delicious and nutritious. Continue reading →