4 Life-Lengthening Foods To Start Eating Today

Eating the right food can lead to a longer and healthier life.

More and more research still shows that the best way to boost the chance of living a long and active life is to follow the advice you likely heard from your parents: Eat well, exercise regularly, get plenty of sleep, and stay away from bad habits.

Research has also proved that healthful behaviors can help you to stay active, and healthy into your 60’s, 70’s, and beyond.

Exercise is still one of the best options if you want to live longer and healthier. It is important especially for lengthening active life expectancy, which is life without disease and without physical and mental or thinking disability.

Nowadays, more research is showing that one of the easiest ways to add years to your life is changing what you eat.

Here are 4 life-lengthening foods to start eating today.

Good news to all nut lovers, a study has shown nuts will help you live longer.

Fish.

Research suggest that fish can protect the body against other harmful diseases.

A compound called Carotenoids that can be found in fish can protect against neurological diseases.

Regular eating of fish, which are high in omega-3 fatty acids, can reduce your chances of developing a number risky diseases.

A study released by Harvard School of Public Health and the University of Washington and published in the Annals of Internal Medicine online found that regular eating of fish rich in omega-3, including fatty fish and seafood, adults can lower their risk of acquiring heart disease by about 35 percent.

Fish

Photo lifted from The Conversation

Seaweeds.

More studies have concluded that eating seaweed can suppress inflammation, boost your immune system, and slow the growth of cancer.

Seaweed is excellent for your digestive health, high in nutrients like iodine, magnesium, and folate, and has been linked to lower blood pressure and reduce the risk of stroke.

seaweed

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Whole grains.

According to a new analysis from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, eating whole grains can help you to live longer.

People who ate 70 grams of whole grains per day had lowered the risk of premature death, cancer, and cardiovascular disease, according to Harvard analysis.

wholegrains

Photo lifted from Rodale’s Organic Life

Nuts.

Eating just 20 grams of nuts each day was linked to a 30 percent of reduction I coronary heart disease, a 15 percent reduction in cancer, and a 22 percent reduction in premature death, according to the research published in BMC Medicine.

Impressive health benefits of consumption of nuts can reduce all cost of death.

mixed-nuts

Photo lifted from www.totalhealth.co.uk

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