However, in order to live longer, the elderly need to be aware of potential health issues that they may face. They include Alzheimer’s Disease, Osteoporosis, Heart Disease and more. Also, when people get older they start having problems with vision and hearing, which should be monitored closely. In addition, the elderly should have modest fitness…
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New research has found that seriously obese people may reduce their life expectancy by up to 8 years. What’s more, they may shave by 19 years the time they will live a healthy life free of the debilitating illnesses that are linked to obesity.
In this new video from the renowned Pritikin Longevity Center in Miami, experts in nutrition and exercise describe these cultures and summarize newly published science on longevity. It’s all about how to live to 100 – and enjoy it. Learn the key secrets.
All longevity “hot spots” have many of the same basic characteristics. Their diets are plant-based. They tend to eat a lot less meat than we in America do, and a lot more beans. Here are the top 6 foods commonly found in these longevity superstar regions.
“Pritikin is an investment in what matters most – a longer life, a better life,” sums up Pritikin’s Medical Director, Ronald Scheib, MD. Before coming to Pritikin, Dr. Scheib served as Chief of Section of Cardiovascular Medicine at the Miami Heart Institute. Health defined by the Pritikin Longevity Center is based on the following values.
Want to know how to live to 100? Eat plenty of beans, says plenty of research studies on the longest-living populations in the world.
Want to live until you’re 100? Imagine doing so without heart disease or other illnesses associated with aging. You can live fully, actively, and vigorously – well into your 70s, and beyond. Check out this article and discover the big secret!
Spend a day with 80-year-old Battista Locatelli (though you’ll probably have one helluva time keeping up with him), and there’s a very good chance you’ll learn everything you need to know about living long and well. It’s all about nurturing a healthy body and mind, affirms new research.