ZEN+ : Helping you Stay Young and Age Well

The burning question that has to be answered…

By Marcus Santer

The Saturday Quote:

“A bend in the road is not the end of the road…
Unless you fail to make the turn.”


As a young whippersnapper growing up in the wilds of deepest darkest Yorkshire one of my favourite activities – apart from trying to catch bats – was going out and exploring with my mates for the day:

All overflowing with adventure.

And the burning question that had to be answered was always…

“What’s around the next corner?”

I’ll wager there were few who knew that neck of the woods as well as me and my mates did.

I still have this attitude today.

Except now it’s applied to my life.

I have a love of learning and research that borders on obsessive.

Which frequently means I have to be careful not to over do it and get burnt out.

Bad news for me, but great news for you.

Because it means everything I share with you represents my best current understanding of the subject I’m writing about.

And I always share my most up-to-date research and findings with my awesome ZEN+ Journal readers.

I cover a wide range of subjects.

But they all have one thing in common…

To help you live and age well.

This month I’m going to reveal the one thing the worlds best diets all have in common.

From the French who eat a diet high in animal fat.

To the Ethiopians who eat a diet with hardly any meat.

From the South Koreans who eat a diet with loads of vegetables

To the Maasai and Innuit who eat a diet of virtually nothing but meat.

They all have one thing in common.

Once you know what it is, eating to promote and enhance your health is a breeze.

Combine it with the other elements of a ZEN+ Lifestyle and you can be certain you’re doing everything proven to stack the odds of a longer, healthier and more independent life well and truly in your favour.

It’s all in this months Journal.

It goes to my printer on Monday and will be shipped out Tuesday.

So if you want to get a copy…

==> You better get a wriggle on <==

Bye for now


P.S. I remember on one expedition, me and my mates were trying to get across a very boggy field.

At one point I was faced with a dilemma.

Either try and make an almost impossible jump to the next bit of dry land.


Trust that that odd looking shape nearby was a rock and not a huge pile of cow shit.

I made my call and jumped onto what I decided had to be a rock.

Except it wasn’t.

It was a pile of cow crap cunningly disguised as a rock.

Long story short.

I went home in a right state that day =)

I might not be your go-to-guy when it comes to bog hopping, but for information you can trust to help you live and age well…

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