Low Risk Foods
Are there times that you imagine and feel that life ought not to be as short as everyone thinks it is? Would you like to live beyond the usual life span? Do you pretend that you were living a longer life at your highest potential?
Everyone's common answer to these questions would be ultimately yes. Living an extended life can be rewarding and satisfying if only one has maintained a healthy physical condition throughout his remaining life beyond his life span.
But did you know that you could definitely improve your life span by as much as nearly seven years and at the same time remain generally balanced at this stage in life?
Just follow this simple basic tip: You need to ensure that your diet now consists of the ideal kinds of foods basically containing low fats.
Eating healthy foods, those with low fat contents, such as fish and vegetables, can actually maximize a person's physical overall health and maximize the lifespan that health conscious individuals have recognized for a long time. Great news for every one of us is that there are new studies which indicate that the effects of healthy eating patterns are cumulative.
I have listed here what I thought to be the top list of food items that encourage wellness and long life:
AlmondsBlueberriesRed grapesSpinachGarlicSalmon and Whole grains.
You will recognize that these food items are of those groups which have very low fat contents. And these have been known to lower blood pressure and cholesterol levels thus resulting to reduced risk of heart problems.
Salmon fish has a high level of beneficial omega acids and low in fat . Omega acids have been well-known to minimize the threat of heart problems by more than thirty percent.
There was a research performed to analyze the combined impacts of these longevity foods and it confirmed that men lived nearly seven years longer, while women lived nearly five years longer as compared to the normal. The subjects have been also mentioned to have felt healthier and had healthy hearts.
This research, which appeared in the British Medical Journal, just shows that by eating nutritious foods with low fat contents and rich with other effective elements and nutrients, an individual can live generally much longer , enjoying meaningful life to the fullest at his highest potential.
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