2019 Alzheimer’s Disease Facts and Figures by the Alzheimer’s Association:
** "Alzheimer’s Disease is the 6th leading cause of death in the U.S.
** 5.8 Million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s. By 2050, this number is projected to rise to nearly 14 Million.
** More than 16 million Americans provide unpaid care for people with Alzheimer’s or other dementias.
** These caregivers provided an estimated 18.5 Billion hours valued at nearly $234 Billion.
** In 2019, Alzheimer’s and other dementia will cost the nation $290 Billion. By 2050, these costs could rise as high as $1.1 Trillion.
** 82% of seniors say it’s important to have their thinking or memory checked. But only 16% say they receive regular cognitive assessments.
** Every 65 seconds someone in the United States develops the disease.
** Between 2000 and 2017 deaths from heart disease have decreased by 9%, while deaths from Alzheimer’s disease have increased by 145%.
** One in three seniors dies with Alzheimer’s or another dementia. It kills more than breast cancer and prostate cancer combined.
“Sushil has written a comprehensive book full of creative, delicious and easy recipes that represent and blend many cuisines and cooking styles, tied to a common theme of achieving and maintaining health. Weaving charming and relevant stories about her own family history not only makes this book an enjoyable read but helps to explain how her many unique recipes can contribute to a happy and positive life balance.” – William Westhoven, author & journalist – the Daily Record & USA Today Network
“Sushil’s book has both American and Indian recipes. I have tasted her food several times. The recipes are healthy, delicious, and satisfying. It’s surprising to see both healthy and vibrant flavors in a well-informed cookbook.” – Rames Nair & Jayashri Ramesh
“I have enjoyed her vegetarian and non-vegetarian cooking it is mouth-watering. It is amazing how she cooks such tasty and healthy meals. Her book is full of great recipes both from India and America.” – Sachin & Supriya Brahme
“Sushil has graciously provided samples of her delicious cooking to me for several years. This book is a labor of her love of cooking and willingness to share the delicious and healthy vegetable, meat, seafood and best of all, her secret fancy dessert recipes. Ms. Hennessy provides an added bonus by sharing her expertise in health as well. Follow the recipes in this book for a healthy lifestyle as well as a palate-pleasing experience.” – Michael Papera
Hello SUE ,
Random Acts of Kindness are the great and noble thoughts. I am grateful that you are doing something very precious for our society. These Acts will always be remembered by our humanity. Actually Sue, I am a great fan of your tasty and a healthy cooking.
I have just gone through your website and liked it very much. For this upcoming book on health and cooking I appreciate your efforts that you are helping the Alzheimer’s families and others with a healthy diet and… Read more “Tasty and a Healthy Cooking”
I have known Sushil for more than ten years and have been eating her cooking ever since. Her food is absolutely delicious. All her recipes are unique, she makes all the masalas herself at home and makes sure all of them are healthy. Our favorites are her extremely tasty and crispy samosas, gulab jamuns, and the moist and heavenly chocolate cake. Her chickpea curry is to die for. My daughters love her cakes and cookies and finish them in a second. She puts in a lot of love and passion… Read more “Delicious, healthy and flavorful”
I received your package today. Thank you so much for the copies of your book and your generous donation!
And congratulations on finishing the book— I see that you have put a lot of thought and care in describing all of the ingredients and recipes. I also appreciate that you have an Alzheimer’s section. I am so thankful of people like you who go above and beyond to help those with Alzheimer’s and other dementias.
Thank you so much again.
Yuko Yuko… Read more “Appreciate the Alzheimer’s Section”
Dear Sue, We have received your book from Amazon, what a wonderful work! So many delicious recipes and health messages. The Alzheimer’s chapter is great. Again, we are all so proud of your hard work! Love, Jeenu
Hello Sue, Miraculous work you are doing, helping others understand about Alzheimer’s…providing healthy food remedies…and collaborating with key centers of influence to gain exposure for your cause. Very much appreciate you sharing details about your momentous progress. Love, Isie & Ed
Received this book as a gift, and what a Gem it truly is! Very well written and high quality. Unique Recipes that are easy to follow, and are sure to impress your family and guests. The additional information in regards to the health of certain foods and spices are very interesting. I highly recommend. Shiriin Sajjadi Publishing Agent
Sue, You are wonderful. Keep on going your reward will be great in heaven. You are very smart, courageous, kind, helpful friend. I really admire you and your time spending in humanity. Thank God for a good friend. Keep up the good work. My grand niece just graduated from Military Nurse. I will send some snaps taken at the party. You take care. Juliet Shah
Juliet Shah Just read your email
Very true being a volunteer to give your time heart and love
Here is something I sent you
Hope you will like it: Being a Volunteer It’s not for money, it’s not for fame, it’s not for any personal gain. It’s just for love of fellow man, it’s just to lend a helping hand. It’s just to give a tithe of self, that’s something you can’t buy with wealth. It’s not for medals won… Read more “Random Acts of Kindness/Health”
We loved each and every recipe that Sushil cooked for us. She is very innovative and all her recipes are very healthy and mouth watering, cooked with healthy and nutritious ingredients.
I am very thankful to Sue for making me sweets packed with nuts, chocolate and other healthy ingredients good for new mothers (after delivery) to assist in quick recovery and gain strength.
It is hard to find a delicious food that is healthy at the same time, but Sue made it very easy. Her book is full… Read more “Book has authentic and super delicious recipes”
Joy Loverde, author of Who Will Take Care of Me When I’m Old? 5.0 out of 5 starsThe how-to of putting health into cooking. Exactly what I needed! August 20, 2018 Being Italian, food is important to me on all fronts. Food is love. Food is nourishment. Food is connection. But what I didn’t learn while growing up in the kitchen with my grandmother and my mother, was how to cook… Read more “Book is a masterpiece.”
Dear Sue, Words of thanks and appreciation are going out to you. Your book is very inspiring. I especially enjoyed your Family’s Philosophy, the Random Acts of Kindness, and your Quotations. Your thoughts and writings are a true motivation. May we all live by them. Thank you for caring. Thank you for sharing. My best, Mary Ann Coyne
Sue, I read only a few chapters mainly family values and Random Acts of Kindness. The book is great. In my opinion it should go on “The Best Seller List.” Alice
Hi Sushil, How are you doing? By god’s grace, We all are fine here. I read your book. It was a wonderful book Sushil. You are a wonderful person Sushil. The way you described the things that happened in your life was so good. I literally cried while reading your book. I was so sorry that you went through so much in your life. I was amazed about how strong and brave you… Read more “A wonderful book – The Test of my Hindu Faith”
your book is very well written and you have a amazing gift of writing books. Keep up the good work.
May God bless you abundantly and through His Grace you will succeed in life whatever you do.
With Love and Best wishes,
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Random Acts of Kindness
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Random Acts of Kindness
You don’t need money, just a little time to give mental support and be kind to all. Check on the elderly, bring their Newspaper to their door in bad weather, say hello to your neighbors when you see them, wish them happy holidays and birthdays etc. Call your parents, grandparents, aunts and uncles; talk to them to make sure they are not lonely; thank the soldiers when you see them for keeping us safe; thank priests, police officers, teachers, postal workers, newspaper persons, and trash collectors for their services. Write notes to a lonely and unknown person and make his or her day. These acts of kindness have a trickle-down effect.
– Sue Hennessy