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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

couple | Longevity LIVE

The popularity of essential oils continues to grow, due to their ability to alleviate a variety of ailments. Their effects include inducing sleep, reducing stress and promoting an anti-aging effect. With Valentine’s Day coming up, their demand may continue to soar as these oils can also help to boost libido.

Phytoestrogens | Longevity LIVE

Many people are concerned about natural phytoestrogens in soy, and they needn’t be. In some parts of the world, soy foods have been eaten as part of a regular diet for years. And for good reason. Soybeans and foods made from them offer up a pretty impressive nutritional profile. For

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Living near water, no matter where, you find it will transform your health. If water intrigues you instantly by its therapeutic benefits, then just know you’re not the only one. In fact, studies have found that there’s a biological connection between us and water. It triggers an immediate response in

Apple Cider Vinegar | Longevity LIVE

Apple cider vinegar has become the most sought after vinegar in the health community and for good reason. Apple cider vinegar comes from apple cider which is made from apple juice.  At first, the apple juice is fermented and this creates apple cider. Apple cider is then fermented and being

shea butter | Longevity LIVE

A substance native to West Africa that’s transformed into a beauty elixir.  For many individuals, shea butter is the beauty superfood. What is shea butter? Shea butter comes from the shea nuts of the shea tree (Shea karite tree). The tree grows naturally in West Africa, from west Senegal to

Italians | Longevity LIVE

According to The Bloomberg Global Health Index, Italians are the healthiest people in the world (1). Using data from the World Bank, The World Health Organization and the United Nations Population Division, Bloomberg evaluated 163 countries. The authors of the study then looked at health risks such as high blood

reading | Longevity LIVE

If you’re that person who is for ever getting lost in the pages of your new book, go ahead and give yourself a pat on the back for having a really great hobby – the health benefits of which you’ll enjoy as you grow older. Reading is probably one of

peace | Longevity LIVE

Epilepsy is one of the most common neurological diseases in the world. It is a chronic disorder of the brain that affects over 50 million people. People of all ages are epileptics, with nearly 80% of them living in low- and middle-income countries. While effective treatment exists for epileptics, many –

adaptogens | Longevity LIVE

A common staple in ayurvedic medicine,  adaptogens are herbs that help to maintain and improve overall health by regulating the body’s stress levels. In the fast-paced lives that we lead, avoiding stress is near to impossible. However, the concern arises when stress becomes chronic. Chronic stress can affect the body