Healthy Eating

juicing | Longevity LIVE

Juicing isn’t new at all a new phenomenon, but health professionals are now taking this simple process to a whole new level. As the nutritional value of food has dwindled over the years, we have turned to supplements to ensure that our body gets what it needs. But we can’t

asparagus | Longevity LIVE

This vegetable may be credited with giving your urine a distinct odor, but that shouldn’t deter you from enjoying it. Asparagus is a low-calorie vegetable rich in antioxidants, minerals and anti-inflammatory properties. Asparagus also contains rutin – a flavonoid that helps to treat haemorrhoids and prevent blood clots. It can

Generally, when a threat of a salmonella outbreak rears its ugly head, it is regarded as something that can have a few mild repercussions. Recently, however, one enormous recall has ensured that eggs benedict won’t be the breakfast of choice any time soon. Not for the breakfast plates in the state of North

hazelnuts | Longevity LIVE

It is one of the main ingredients of the well-beloved chocolate spread Nutella, and the marriage of hazelnuts and chocolate has been making humanity happy since before the French Revolution. This little nut is, in fact, so well-celebrated that it enjoys its own day in Italy, on the 14th of December. This day happens to

goji | Longevity LIVE

There’s a new super-fruit in town and it comes with plenty of health benefits. Native to China, goji berries – also known as wolfberries – have become part of our everyday dietary habits, and for good reason. The region in China where they grow, called Ningxia Hui, boasts more than

flaxseeds | Longevity Live

Flaxseeds are seeds that are rich in fibre, antioxidants, omega-3 and protein. This rich nutrient composition allows for the seeds to help in lowering the risk of cancer, diabetes and heart disease. Flaxseeds also contain ALA which are fatty acids that can only be obtained from food sources. This fatty

eat | Longevity LIVE

Agriculture, in the words of regenerative farming pioneer Alan Savory, is the worst thing we have. We lose 20 times more topsoil, which is the single most important thing in this world, than kilograms of food we produce. We have equal amounts of people dying of obesity and starvation, and

veggie | Longevity LIVE

This veggie recipe is a great way to increase your daily vegetable intake without the hassle. Thanks to the legumes, you get some good quality, plant-based protein as well, and the various spices give them a delicious taste. You can also customize these burgers to suit your tastes by adding

selenium | Longevity Live

Selenium is an essential mineral that plays a critical role in the proper functioning of the body. Low levels of selenium have been associated with health issues, such as heart failure and cancer. This article is going to look at the numerous benefits that this mineral can provide.  The health benefits

gut | Longevity LIVE

When it comes to digestive health, prebiotics are an important element. This type of fibre feeds the good bacteria in your gut – called probiotics – thereby boosting your gut health. As prebiotics feed probiotics, including them in your diet would be a great move for your health. What are