Less Fat for Longevity
If there's ever an effective way to extend life expectancy, do you want to live life beyond the usual age span?
Everyone loves to live and enjoy one's existence longer. And the general answer to this question is a resounding yes! Living an extended life can be exciting if you have preserved a strong well-being and maintained a good physical condition.
But are you aware that by as much as almost seven years, you can definitely increase your life expectancy, while at the same period maintain a generally healthy condition at this time of your life?
One simple, best tip: You just need to be certain that your daily diet now consists of the proper types of foods. Eat those foods which have low fat contents.
Eating healthy dishes, those with reduced fat contents, for example fish and vegetables, can certainly improve a person's physical wellness and expand his lifespan that health conscious consumers have experienced for some time. A very timely and good news for every one of us is this new research which says that the impacts of healthy eating behaviors are cumulative.
Below are the varieties of food which promote wellness and longevity:
AlmondsBlueberriesRed grapesSpinachGarlicSalmon and Whole grains.
You will observe that these foods are of those types which have low fat contents. And these have been recognized to reduce blood pressure , maintain good cholesterol level, and in effect, lessen the risk of heart related illnesses.
Salmon is low in fat, and has a high level of beneficial omega acids. Omega acids have been acknowledged to reduce the risk of heart problems by more than thirty percent.
There was a study performed to examine the combined outcomes of these longevity foods and it confirmed that men lived nearly seven years longer, while women lived nearly five years longer in comparison to the usual expectancy. The subjects have been also observed to have felt good and had better heart conditions.
This research, as seen in the British Medical Journal, just proves that by eating nutritious foods with low fat content, and rich with other helpful elements and nutrients, a person can live naturally much longer.
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