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Just What the World Needs – a Supermodel Vampire

Recently I  Interviewed   Veronica Grey and asked her some questions about herself and what she has been doing as a humanitarian, supermodel and best selling author.


What was your no1 Reason For Writing Your Book “Healthy, Wealthy, And Wise?”

The subtitle is “The 5 Most Important Wellness Secrets of All Time” and it is critical at the juncture of human evolution that such a precise book based on Christ consciousness reach as many people as possible. We were absolutely thrilled when it went #1 bestseller around the world and it still remains close to the top today?

What do you think generally motivates people to choose to live a healthier lifestyle?

A concern for aging and this book is chock full of age reversal strategies that are 100% free to test in the privacy and comfort of your own home.


Have you ever had a bad experience with a shark?

No thank God? but I am happy to have produced the award winning short documentary starring Leonardo DiCaprio and The Cure titled “Worst Shark Attack Ever.”


What was you inspiration for creating shark proof clothing and wetsuits?

To never have a bad experience with a shark.


What are your goals for the next 3 to 5 years?

I am excited that Harvard is honoring me as Supermodel Activist of the Decade on December 5 so my path will most likely take some interesting elevations.

Next summer I am definitely going to Camp (Thirty  Seconds to) Mars with rock stars Jared and Shannon Leto and Tomo Milicevic.

What is your secret to eternal youth and immortality?




It’s all in that #1 bestseller above

What made you choose to become a vegetarian?

The book “Be Here Now” by Ram Dass.


Have you got any wise words of wisdom from your project with Leonardo DiCaprio?

Stop eating seafood. Scientists predict the ocean will be completely devoid of ANY fish in just a few years if we keep eating fish which could set off a domino effect for ending life on this planet as we know it!


Photo of Supermodel “vampire” Veronica Grey by Said Shandala
at Vans Triple Crown 2016
Ali’i Beach Park Hawai’i
blouse by Helmut Lang

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Just What the World Needs – a Supermodel Vampire

It is assumed that in the future, osteoporosis will pose a growing medical and socioeconomic problem. Not only can it have a devastating impact on the quality of life of older people, but they can also become a ‘burden’ to their environment and the health system.

Keeping Up with Your Calcium

Advantages of calcium and vitamin D

Good nutrition is important at all ages in order to maintain healthy bones. Calcium intake reduces bone loss and reduces the risk of vertebral fractures. Calcium intake during childhood may be the cause of increased bone density in adulthood. This increase in bone density can reduce the risk of fractures later in life. Calcium is also useful for other organic systems by reducing blood pressure and cholesterol levels and regular intake of calcium supplements and vitamin D is useful in the prevention of tooth loss in adults.

Calcium recommendations

General recommendations – Premenopausal women and men should consume at least 1,000 mg of calcium per day, while postmenopausal women not taking estrogen should consume 1500 mg per day.

Calcium in the diet – Primary sources of calcium are milk and dairy products such as cheese and yogurt, as well as green vegetables, such as spinach. Some cereals, soy products and fruit juices are enriched with up to 1,000 mg of calcium per serving.

Calcium supplements – The body can absorb calcium from supplements, as well as from the food. If it is not possible to get enough calcium from a regular diet, consult your doctor to determine the appropriate type, dose and time of supplements.

What is osteoporosis?

Osteoporosis is a common bone disorder that leads to progressive loss of bone density and mass. As a result, the bones become thin, weak and easy to break. The amount of calcium which normally ensures the rigidity of the bone tissue and the bone, which provides the support of the bone is reduced. Such a fragile and porous bones are increasingly susceptible to various physical stresses. Osteoporosis is a major cause of serious disability of older people. Hip fracture caused by osteoporosis can happen in one of three women and one in five men under the age of eighty-five years. Despite the existence of objective possibilities, osteoporosis remains under-diagnosed and poorly treated.


Keeping Up with Your CalciumThe symptoms of osteoporosis

The symptoms of osteoporosis may go for years unobserved. The first sign of osteoporosis is a bone fracture. Symptoms are different for different bones. Pain in the spine is the main sign of weak parietal bones. For years, it leads to severe pain in the lower part of the spine and loss of height. The fractures in osteoporosis occur during normal activities. Generally, it is not about some big trauma. Hip fracture, which usually occurs after a fall, with osteoporosis may be due to some minor accidents and strikes in that area. Regular physical activity, maintaining flexibility of bone and joint structure can reduce the chance of fractures.


A number of treatments can help prevent bone loss. However, the first step in the prevention or treatment of osteoporosis is the use of foods and beverages rich in calcium, a mineral essential for bone strength, and vitamin D, which helps calcium absorption.

Since the diagnosis of osteoporosis usually arrives too late, it is very important to adopt the culture of preventive examinations. Osteodensitometry is recommended for women older than 65 years, women in menopause who have at least one risk factor for osteoporosis, all women with spontaneous bone fractures, people whose height is reduced by at least 2.5 cm and so on.

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