Gisèle Wertheim Aymes

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Gisèle is the owner of the Longevity and a self-proclaimed health hedonist. When she is not in a yoga class, or in the outdoors, preferably by an ocean. Gisèle is passionate about health and sharing information. You can follow her @giselewaymes on Twitter and Instagram or read her Linked-In profile for full bio details https://www.linkedin.com/in/gisle-wertheim-ayms-04632212

Inle Lake Sanctuary, Myanmar

Our Myanmar journey, inspired by the novel Floating, had thus far been a whirlwind of historic sites, great food, hospitable people, shopping and visiting unique places. Our group of travelers had taken in the sights and sounds of the bustling Yangon and reveled in the stupendous sensory overload of the

morning | Longevity Live

Most would agree that active New Year’s resolutions usually represent a wild over-reach. As a result they’re  often abandoned before they’re even started! Which is why we like these healthy active tips shared by Virgin Active’s Ceri Hannan. 2018 is about to get a whole lot simpler.  Yes, there is

mental health and suicides | Longevity Live

One of the newest and most promising areas of medical research is technology designed to measure your mental health and predict what you are going to do next. Researchers are investigating whether an app and a blood test can predict a suicide risk. A Study on Suicide Predictors: In a

Did you know that there is one man singularly responsible for setting the beauty standards of the last 100 years? And did you know that this man is the same man who invented the word “makeup”. Who is this man I hear you asking? Mr. Max Factor That’s right, the

yoga | Longevity Live

You can improve your mood, flexibility and stress levels easily. How? Simple really. Regular yoga practice is not only about finding and maintaining that balance in one’s life, it’s also a great way to improve your general sense of well being and health. A few good reasons to add yoga

Meditteranean diet | Longevity Live

Food choices and our health go hand in hand. A new study, published in the European Heart Journal, has shown that individuals with heart disease who eat a Mediterranean style diet are at a lower risk of experiencing a heart attack or a stroke. The study tracked 15 482 people

fitness | Longevity LIVE

Over the last 30 years, children’s fitness levels worldwide have declined! A study led by Dr Grant Tomlinson, an exercise physiologist at the University of South Australia, has found that children today are around 15% less fit than their parents were. Fitness Opportunities And this makes sense. “We have kids

recipe | Longevity Live

Longevity loves this balsamic steak dish created by Juleta Hirner. It’s full of flavor, high in protein and low in fat. You can also substitute with an ostrich steak for an even lower fat version. Ingredients: 4 x 200 g fillet steaks 4 Tbs good-quality balsamic vinegar 200 g rosa

breathing technique | Longevity Live

Are you overwhelmed by anxiety? Do you rely on over the counter medication to fall asleep? Does your body get the sleep it needs? If any of this sounds all too familiar, perhaps trying this breathing technique will help get to bed sooner, without any meds and get the necessary

skin | Longevity Live

We all know that what you eat has a direct impact on the health of your skin. According to registered dietitian Kerri-Ann Jennings, if you eat the correct foods you can provide a powerful line of defence against dryness, UV damage and wrinkles, whilst promoting smooth skin. At the same