The 50 Secrets of the World’s Longest Living People

Enjoyed this review by Tai Lopez of “The 50 Secrets of the World’s Longest Living People” written by Sally Beare (Nutritionist out of Bristol) which looks at the nutrition and lifestyles of the world’s five most remarkable longevity hotspots—Okinawa, Japan; Bama, China; Campodimele, Italy; Symi, Greece; and Hunza, Pakistan—and explains how we too can incorporate the wisdom of these people into our everyday lives.

How to Make Pumpkin Seed Milk

A healthy non-dairy milk is quite simple to make from a variety of nuts or seeds. I usually use almonds or pumpkin seeds. Here is the straight forward process I use to make some delicious and creamy pumpkin seed milk:

  1. Soak the seeds in water over night
  2. Drain the water the seeds were soaked in
  3. Blend the seeds with coconut water
  4. Strain milk with a cheese cloth or paint strainer by squeezing it through much like milking a cow… (You can get paint strainer bags that are perfect for this purpose at the hardware store for dirt cheap.)
  5. The pumpkin seed pulp that was strained out in step 4 can be mixed with oil, salt and spices to create a mouth watering pate´to dip chips or celery in.

I use the exact same process to make almond milk, and almond pate´is also very tasty. Enjoy!

Note: the coconut water gives it a natural sweetness, although if you use regular water you may want to add some dates or sweetener.