Fitness for Life
Sometimes you may think and feel life must not be as short as everyone says it is? Do you wish to live beyond your typical lifespan?
Well, a very definite yes to this question! An extended life can be enjoyable if you've maintained a balanced well-being or a healthy physical condition. One has a physically healthy and fit body if all his organs are functioning well.
But do you know that you could definitely increase your life expectancy by as much as almost seven years, and at the same time keep yourself generally balanced at this point in life?
Just make certain that your present daily diet contains the most appropriate kinds of foods. These type of foods must contain low fats. Apply this regimen all throughout your daily meals and you are doing good by increasing your life span!
Eating healthy meals, those with low fat contents, for example fish and greens, can certainly improve a person's physical overall health and maximize a person's lifespan that health conscious consumers have realized for a long time. Excellent news for every one of us is that there are recent studies which proved that the effects of healthy eating routines are cumulative.
I have listed here what I considered to be the top set of food items that promote general well being , good health and longevity:
AlmondsBlueberriesRed grapesSpinachGarlicSalmon and Whole grains.
You will notice that these food items are of those types which have very low fat contents. And these have been determined to reduce blood pressure and cholesterol levels, and as a result, lessen the risk of heart disease.
Salmon is low in fat, and has a high level of beneficial omega acids. Omega acids have been identified to lessen the risk of heart problems by more than thirty percent.
There was a research conducted to analyze the combined effects of these longevity foods and it confirmed that men lived just about seven years longer, while women lived nearly five years more than the normal. The subjects have been also noted to have felt better and had good and fit hearts.
This research, which appeared in the British Medical Journal, just proves that by eating healthy foods with low fat content, and rich with other effective elements and nutrients, a person can live normally much longer without the aid of medications for his heart.
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