6 Longevity Tips - Increase Your Health Span

6 Longevity Tips - Increase Your Health Span

Are achy joints simply the inevitable consequence of getting older? How about fatigue or poor sleep? Should you just “learn to live” with a chronic condition or is there something you can do to reverse it? You may have been told by your health practitioner that these symptoms are due to the natural aging process, but there isn't quite true. The different between "life span" versus "health span" is the final decade is typically in pain and discomfort in the former, while the latter is health and vitality right up until the end.  Which option do you prefer?

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Does Red Wine Make You Healthier? 11 Factors To Consider

Does Red Wine Make You Healthier? 11 Factors To Consider

Red wine has been consumed for centuries, dating all the way back to 7,000 BC in China and 4,500 BC in Greece, and when Rome conquered Greece it became embedded into Roman culture. Not surprisingly, it became a huge part of the Southern European lifestyle in countries along the mediterranean, whom still typically consume wine with meals. More recently, in the 1980s the term "French Paradox" attempted to explain why the French had the lowest incidences of cardiovascular disease despite a high-fat diet (see Nina's Teicholz expert podcast for the full story) and regular intake of antioxidant-rich red wine was thought to be a factor.

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Longevity "Secret" of Modern Day Hunter-Gatherers

Longevity "Secret" of Modern Day Hunter-Gatherers

It's the start of another New Year. Gyms across the country are filled with "new joiners" hitting the treadmills, weights and fitness classes to lose weight and upgrade their health. Unfortunately, after a few months most people lost interest and motivation. The research shows that only one out of 10 people who lose weight will keep it off by the end of the year. This begs the question, why can't people stick to their routines, is it simply a matter of poor will power? Not likely.

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