Here are the best foods to help you to live longer, healthier, younger – and maybe even to over 100!
First of all, hi!
That’s me in the photo.
I’m 58 years young – and eager to be part of what I call The Wellderly – folks who as they continue to age do not feel or act their age!
So far, so good.
My doctor told me I have the “blood work” of someone 20 years younger!
It’s not by accident! I’m presently doing the habits of centenarians – people who live to over 100.
One of the consistent centenarian research findings:
One Harvard study in particular revealed that people who eat a higher amount of plant derived protein have a lower rate of mortality than meat eaters.
(Note: This Harvard study was the largest of its kind and involved over 131,000 participants who were assessed over a period of 32 years.)
In fact, lately there have been a few studies which support that people tend to live far longer if they swapped out their animal protein (especially processed red meat) in trade for plant protein.
Try eating plants instead of meat has been shown to be specifically beneficial in staving off cardiovascular disease.
Explore chia, hemp, sunflower, flax and pumpkin seeds. Each is packed with protein and makes an easy addition to any smoothie or salad bowl.
Munch on brazil nuts, walnuts and cashews.
Eat dark leafy greens, avocado and grains such as millet and quinoa.
I very much recommend you try Spirulina! It’s a blue green algae that contains all the essential amino acids – and can be added directly to juice or water.
You also have to make sure you eliminate other risk factors.
Obviously you don’t want to smoke.
And you don’t want to overdo alcohol intake.
Plus, it’s also equally important to stay physically fit and active!
Processed foods are loaded up with chemicals and preservatives – and are just plain terrible for your health.
In my longevity book “Life Is Long” I share the secrets of people who live to 100 – with greater health, clarity and energy!
I’m on a mission to help as many people as possible to live longer, healthier lives!
Check out “Life Is Long” and start protecting yourself against age-related diseases and dementia.