Life Insurance, Safe Money, And Food?

What does a guy who is a life insurance and safe money retirement planning professional know about food? What do these have to do with food, especially life insurance over 60?

The answers

I’m not just a professional. I’m human. I’m over 60. Like all living things, including humans, I must eat to survive. That doesn’t make me an expert about food, but I have taken a passionate interest in food and how it affects me.

The most broad statement I can make is that the food we consume, which includes not only the food we put in our bodies, but how we feed ourselves mentally, emotionally, and spiritually as well. All of it has a direct effect on our overall health. Our health is one of the two main factors that determine our ability to qualify for life insurance which includes life insurance for retirement planning. Our health also has a direct effect on our longevity. Doesn’t longevity affect safe money?

Life insurance products and safe money retirement planning deal directly with these issues.


Therefore where these issues intersect have a direct effect on not only my livelihood and financial health. It also has a direct effect on everyone’s livelihood and financial health. To what degree it affects others is why I concern myself with this as subject matter for this writing. It’s not up to me to decide for you. It’s up to you to decide. I am trying to help by calling attention to the matter(s).

Not a food expert

I do not claim to have all the answers where food is concerned. I do claim to have done a lot of research and I know how food affects me. It is my hope that others will look more closely and their own situation and do their own research. I enjoy sharing my experiences and knowledge about the subject of food. I am licensed to help people with insurance products and safe money retirement planning, the best safe money.

There are actually 5 factors. They are the 5 F’s: Food, fitness, finances, fulfillment, and fun.

A way of life

They’re about health, balance, protection, and peace of mind. They’re meant to work together in a cyclical manner to create a long-lasting and rewarding life.

They’re how I try to live my life and a simple way to define the life I try to live with the intention of interacting with others who live a similar life or who are interested in such a life.

Simple formula

Eat organic as often as possible. If it’s directly from an animal or plant and hasn’t been processed, it’s probably OK, at least not as harmful as some of the junk that passes as food. Read labels. If you can’t pronounce the ingredients or don’t know what they are, don’t buy it and don’t eat it.

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