Kim Bell

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Kim Bell has been in the media industry for the past 17 years and has always had a strong passion for health and wellness. Kim started as Features Editor at Longevity in 2006, before moving to the position of Managing Editor in 2010. She has developed a thorough knowledge and understanding of health issues and her stories aim to be balanced and highly informative. Longevity's mandate is to provide relevant and informative stories that are science and research based. and ensure a balance of opinion from a range of specialised experts. Longevity aims to empower readers to make informed decisions regarding their health and wellness. Topical subjects and health issues are tackled, unpacked and presented in easy reading, yet informative way. It is Kim's role to ensure this is carried out through the brand of Longevity.

snack | Longevity Live

Snacking is an important part of keeping your blood sugar stable and your metabolism on the go. However, it has to be healthy, to be beneficial. We have all fallen under the spell of a snack that appears to be healthy, but contains hidden nasties. Bran muffins and cereal bars

bedroom set up | Longevity Live

Sleep is the golden chain that ties health and our bodies together. This is undeniably true. It is also the reason why the modern day trend of poor quality sleep is a massive concern. Studies show that one of the keys to getting good sleep lies in how your environment

hair | Longevity Live

Healthy hair starts with a healthy scalp. “Think of it like fertilising your garden,” says Shelene Shaer, owner of Tanaz Hair, Body and Nails (1). “A good fertiliser ensures a healthy, strong, growing garden. It’s the same with your hair.” Lifecycle of your hair 1. The anagen (growing) phase: This

yoga | Longevity Live

Battling to shut down your mind and get some much-needed sleep? These yoga moves will help to relax your body and mind – and you can even do them in bed. Edward Vilga, a yogi with over 30 years’ experience, and the author of Yoga in Bed: 20 Asanas To

meeting | Longevity Live

Business Leader. Mom. Lawyer. Health Nut. Passionate Mentor & Receptive Mentee. Schuyla Goodson, Operations Vice President of Northern Area, Cummins Pacific Region, is all the above. She shares her 5 tips for a healthy work, family and life balance. (1)  1. The Eyes Have It Men are visual – there

memory | Longevity LIVE

Memory is an essential aspect of what makes us human. We are influenced by what we know, understand and remember of our past. Each experience we have, positive or negative, lays a foundation for the next and is predictive of whom we will become… So what happens when you can

An ingredient to watch out for is Matrixyl. Dermatologist Dr Hardie De Beer says that some women age more gracefully than others. De Beer says that it’s true that our genes largely control when skin changes occur. But, that doesn’t mean you can’t help delay the process. Ingredient Content In Products Are Important

thsndie Newton

Actress Thandie Newton has graced our screens for almost two decades. However, her latest controversial role as bar madam Maeve in Westworld has catapulted her back into the limelight. It has also meant the beautiful actress has spent a lot of time naked on set.  Speaking openly she says: “It

gabriel macht

Suits’ Gabriel Macht is nothing like his onscreen character. At home, he’s private,  a down-to-earth family man who practices clean and healthy eating. On screen, as Harvey Spector, Gabriel Macht is a ladies’ man, wears the top labels and has a determined demeanour. He is smooth, in court and out, with a

SWITCH

Known as “The Playground for your Body and Soul”, SWITCH is a fitness programme powered by Steve Uria, that gives you a brand new style of exercise. Starting with power yoga to get you centred, theclass quickly powers up as you move from station to station combining carefully-selected cardiovascular, functional