Healthy Eating

Healthy recipes | Longevity LIVE

As a result of the coronavirus outbreak, a lot of us are spending our time indoors. Unfortunately, the increased amount of time we’re spending at home may not be the best for our eating habits. Thankfully, there are a few healthy recipes that can help keep you and your family

fruits and veggies seasonal produce [longevity live]

Fruits and vegetables are easy to get our hands on nowadays. Even when it’s not the right time of year for certain ones to grow, there are still stores that will have what you’re looking for. This is because it’s so simple for us to transport food long distances. Nobody

meat substitutes | Longevity LIVE

As we go further into the year, you may be having trouble sticking to those New Year’s resolutions. That said, if you’re having trouble following a healthy diet, perhaps looking at the biggest food trends of the year can help you to reorganize your eating habits. Yes, every year brings

forest bathing | Longevity LIVE

Are you looking to protect your brain health this year? What about boosting your memory, motivation, creativity, as well as alertness? If so, then you may want to look to nootropics.  These cognitive enhancers, derived from plants or isolated amino acids, may also help to reduce the risk of age-related

cucumber juice | Longevity LIVE

We’ve all heard about the hype surrounding celery juice, with many health fanatics touting the beverage as a miracle drink that will help to address a number of health ailments. Now, while the debate rages on how true these statements are, there seems to be a new health drink in

health habit with souping [longevity live]

Health habit number one this year is to eat more soup. This is a simple and satiating way to consume important nutrients or vegetables in a quick and digestible way.  In fact, eating more soup is now a major ‘foodie’ trend called, ‘souping.’ Eating lots of soup might remind you

healthy weight loss

In addition to smooth, glowing skin and good mental health, many of us simply want to eat and not gain weight. Or, at the very least, just lose 5kg and have it stay off. However, this wish has clearly not been granted. According to the World Health Organisation, worldwide obesity

health conscious thanksgiving | Longevity LIVE

Tomorrow is Thanksgiving. People everywhere are looking forward to spending time with those they care about and to revisit their favorite holiday traditions, and, of course, sitting down for a large multi-course meal. But with large meals comes large digestive responsibilities.   The good news is you can enjoy a more

fasting [longevity live]

Fasting is what many people are choosing to do with their eating habits. What’s more popular is the 16:8 intermittent fasting diet. In fact, these words have been popping up all over the health and fitness industry this past year. And no, fasting doesn’t mean starving yourself. It’s more like

trick [longevity live]

Trick or treat only comes around once a year and we all know what that means…Candy. Sugary-filled treats and spoils that aren’t so healthy – particularly for our bodies, kids and even sanity. You know what happens when you eat too much candy, right? It’s a sudden burst of energy