Family Health

metabolism | Longevity LIVE

In addition to being encouraged to eat our fruits and veggies, drink lots of water, and stay away from sugar, as a kid, having a healthy amount of fiber in our diet is probably one of the first things you were taught to do for your health. Not only is

Jennifer Lopez | Longevity LIVE

The recommended daily dietary intake for sugar is a maximum of 10 teaspoons a day (1). However, one can agree that we are all guilty of exceeding this recommendation on more than one occasion. According to a study from the University of North Carolina, American adults continue to exceed this recommendation.

3 happy students jumping in snow

Staying fit and healthy in university is not really a priority for most students. For most, it is their first time living away from home, free of any restrictions, and with complete independence – you can eat, drink, and do whatever you want! However, neglecting your health and well-being can

golden berries | Longevity LIVE

Don’t let their small size fool you as golden berries are bursting with antioxidant benefits. Native to South America, golden berries (Peruvian ground cherries) are the latest berries being referred to as a superfood. They’re rich in fiber, vitamins, and polyphenols. Goldenberries are also a rare source of antioxidant withanolides.

moringa | Longevity LIVE

When it comes to the growing list of superfoods, moringa always seems to be at the top of the pile. Native to northern India, Moringa Oleifera has quickly become a favorite supplement among health enthusiasts. They often use it in the form of a powder, capsule, oil or tea. Unlike

leukaemia | Longevity LIVE

It is not hereditary, and it is not contagious. It is, however, one of the diseases that kills more children than many others. The word ‘leukaemia’ refers to a group of cancers that spread through the bloodstream after starting in the bone marrow and surrounding tissues of the sufferer. In

Scrolling through social media sites will have you bombarded with pictures and posts on vacation getaways and strategically placed meals. However, other prominent posts include famous stars promoting the use of dietary products. Unfortunately, some of these products can negatively affect the body. This is why the National Medical Director

tea | Longevity LIVE

Hailing from ancient China, teas have become common staples of our everyday lives. We drink it when we wake up, when we’re sick and even when curling up to a good book. While a cup of tea is known for its relaxing effects, it’s actually one of the best natural,

apples | Longevity LIVE

An apple a day keeps the doctor away. How often were we told this by our parents growing up, with the hope that we’d end up eating more fruit? While the original proverb was eat an apple on going to bed, and you’ll keep the doctor from earning his bread

cancer | Longevity LIVE

World Cancer Day, celebrated every year on the 4th of February, is an internationally marked day used to raise awareness as well as encourage the prevention and treatment of cancer. According to recent statistics, there were over 2 million new breast cancer cases in 2018. These statistics are quite frightening