🌴 Retired in Thailand and Loving It | TIMyT 085
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I have good news for expats retiring in Thailand. What’s that? I’ve always said to live in Thailand as an ex pat you need to be very flexible. While the more flexible you can be the healthier you might become! See living in Thailand can either be a blessing or curse depending on your own beliefs and values. A retirement life in Thailand can give you a deep sense of fulfillment and connection. And if your beliefs and values allow yourself to feel those feelings you’re going to generate body chemistry will keep you useful, healthy and might even prolong your life.
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Did you know that what keeps retirees from aging quickly once they lose their sense of purpose and fulfillment that they use to get from there were is getting important values that by other means. There are a lot of things and feelings that are highly valued in our lives that are no longer being met in Western society but can be fulfilled when you retire in Thailand and feel that you’re living a retirement that allows you to feel contentment.
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How can that be? How can living a life in Thailand that you thoroughly enjoy and get fulfillment from affect your aging and life expectancy? The answer is through telomeres and telomerase. A telomere is a repeating DNA sequence at the end of the body’s chromosomes. Telomeres function by preventing chromosomes from losing base pair sequences at their ends. They also stop chromosomes from fusing to each other. However, each time a cell divides, some of the telomere is lost (usually 25200 base pairs per division). When the telomere becomes too short, the chromosome reaches a \”critical length\” and can no longer replicate. This means that a cell becomes \”old\” and dies by a process called apoptosis. Telomere activity is controlled by two mechanisms: erosion and addition. Erosion, as mentioned, occurs each time a cell divides. Addition is determined by the activity of telomerase.
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Cellular aging, or senescence, is the process by which a cell becomes old and dies. It is due to the shortening of chromosomal telomeres to the point that the chromosome reaches a critical length. Cellular aging is analogous to a wind up clock. If the clock stays wound, a cell becomes immortal and constantly produces new cells. If the clock winds down, the cell stops producing new cells and dies. Our cells are constantly aging. Being able to make the body’s cells live forever certainly creates some exciting possibilities. Telomerase research could therefore yield important discoveries related to the aging process
.So as you can see there is a direct correlation between your interpretation of your retirement life, not only in Thailand but anywhere, and your overall health, aging of your body and ultimately the longevity of your life. So learn to take things lightly and enjoy every moment of the life you have been gifted. Keep living the dream and remember, even in how long you’ll be around and how healthy you’ll be, there’s always an option!
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85 Years-Old – PAD THAI LEGEND! (No Shrimp, No Tofu)
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PAD THAI: We drove about an hour and a half outside of Bangkok to a province in Central Thailand called Ang Thong (อ่างทอง). We came to search out a lady who has been making Pad Thai for over 45 years, and she’s now over 85 years old. PadThai ThaiFood streetfood
Pad Thai Ba Lek (ผัดไทยป้าเล็ก) https://goo.gl/maps/EMGbeKx8ovb7SVC4A I loved the shop and the laid back atmosphere, in the countryside, surrounded by rice fields. As soon as we arrived and I started watching Ba Lek make her pad Thai, I could see there were many differences from the pad Thai normally cooked modern style in Bangkok. Her version didn’t included any shrimp or tofu (but instead tons of duck eggs), and it was a totally different school and method of cooking. Instead of being a dry stir fry, it was more of a wet juicy fry, or a simmer in palm sugar syrup and tamarind.
It was an honor to watch Ba Lek make pad Thai, her expertise, skill, and knowledge of how to cook it, was astounding.
I ordered the bigger sizes plate which included two duck eggs. Overall, the taste was extremely rich from the duck eggs and the amount of lard she used to fry it. It was very sweet, but then again, it wasn’t a sharp sweetness because she used only palm sugar, but it was balanced by the saltiness and tartness of the tamarind. The duck yolks and lard made it so filling and rich. Price 35 THB ($1.13)
An amazing experience, and she’s a true hero of Pad Thai in Thailand.
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This is the Vietnamese version of the 9 minute video analyzes the likely impact of building further dams along the mainstream Mekong dam in Laos, Thailand, Cambodia, and Vietnam. Featuring Dr. Richard Cronin, Director of the Southeast Asia program at the Stimson Center in Washington, DC, this video looks at the role of China, the importance of hydropower, and the implications of these new dams on the region’s bountiful wildlife. The English language video is available here: http://www.stimson.org/pub.cfm?id=871
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