How long can you live?
If there's ever a means to stretch out life expectancy, do you want to live life beyond the normal age span?
Everybody loves to live and enjoy life longer. And the common response to this question is of course a big yes! Living an extended life can be enjoyable if you've maintained a healthy body.
Did you know that you can definitely enhance your life expectancy by as much as almost seven years, and at the same period maintain yourself generally fit at this point in life?
It was actually never difficult. All you have to do is to ensure that your diet now includes the proper kinds of foods that you should have. Generally, these foods should have reduced fat contents.
There's a general knowledge among health enthusiasts based on new studies which show that the effects of healthy eating habits are cumulative. Health experts know that eating healthy meals, those with low fat contents, which includes fish and vegetables, can expand a person's physical overall health and improve your lifespan.
I've listed here what is at the top of the set of food items that improves health along with longevity:
- red grapes
and whole grain products
These food items are of those kinds which have a very low fat content, and have been discovered to minimize blood pressure level, cholesterol levels. They also minimize the risk of heart related illnesses in effect.
A high level of beneficial omega acids and low fat content is what Salmon has. Omega acids have been known to minimize the threat of heart disease by more than thirty percent.
There was a review conducted to check out the combined results of these longevity foods and it confirmed that men lived just about seven years longer, while women lived just about five years more versus the average. The subjects have been also noted to have felt healthier and had healthy and fit hearts.
The study subjects have been also found to have excellent health condition with no heart problems. This research, which appeared in the British Medical Journal, showed that by eating nutritious foods with low fat content, and rich with other nutrients, people can live much longer.
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