Madeline Gianforte is a co-founder of CORE/El
Centro, a nonprofit, bilingual healing center in Walker’s Point offering
affordable wellness therapies to the community. A massage and Reiki
practitioner, Gianforte is also
Milwaukee had a nationally recognized parks director who won a long list of awards, both local and national, including the prestigious National Park and Recreation Association's Gold Medal for Excellence in Park and Recreation Management...
You are what you eat, as the old saying goes.
But we’d like to add this simple thought: What you eat can make you old.
Last month we explained how age equals inflammation and why inflammation could play a role in many degenerative processes, including diabetes, arthritis, heart disease, high blood pressure and cancer.
We have all been told that we are doomed to suffer the negative effects of aging, to struggle with painful arthritis and other degenerative processes that are supposedly inevitable. But must the aging process be so difficult? Absolutely not.
We consider ourselves old school. Our parents are baby boomers; our grandparents tell stories of World Wars and the Great Depression. They lived in a society that changed so rapidly that it’s nearly unrecognizable today.