Eat Better

Who doesn’t love teas? I mean what’s more comforting than curling up on the couch with their cup of tea, especially when they’re struck down with a cold or the flu? Now while you may not be battling with the sniffle at the current moment, there’s no reason as to

regenerative farming | Longevity LIVE

The trends and new bits of health advice bombarding us daily can be quite daunting, even for the most well-read. For example, the awareness of pesticides – more specifically, glyphosate – has increased over the last two years. But staples like corn, also known as maize, are a GMO crop,

Nutrition myths | Longevity LIVE

When did nutrition become so complicated? We’ve all heard that saying, “don’t believe everything you read” and in the world of nutrition, it couldn’t be any truer. Today, we have so much access to nutritional information, and whole that should be a good thing, it often leads us down a

Superfood garden

It’s curd. A plantain. It’s a superfood! You may not be able to leap tall buildings, but “superfood” — the nickname given to nutrition-packed fruits and vegetables — offers extraordinary health benefits. You don’t need to travel far to find them, especially if you learn to grow your own. Fruits

aging supplements | Longevity LIVE

Never has the importance of the immune system been as important and vital as it is now. The immune system, which is made up of many different cells, tissues, and organs working together, helps to protect the body from viruses, infections, and other diseases. However, like other things in the

Health and Fitness

Tracking every step towards your ‘goals’ is the only way to stay focused, so you can achieve your goals. Right? Well, not necessarily. Tracking everything you do in terms of food, fitness, hormones, and thoughts might be driving you crazy, slowly but surely. There’s no doubt that health trackers encourage

kale | Longevity LIVE

The world’s favorite superfood, kale is a popular dark, leafy green vegetable that needs to be part of your diet. The cruciferous vegetable, coming from the same family as cabbage, cauliflower, and broccoli, has been featured of plates for centuries and it’s a great way to give your body a

cook healthy at home [longevity live]

Cook healthy food during the pandemic and you’ll notice a big difference in how you look and feel. Although COVID-19 is a pandemic that’s caused a lot of changes to our daily routines. We must try our best to take care of our diets and health. It won’t make a

beans everyday at every meal [longevity live]

Beans every day in your diet are extremely valuable to your health. You might want to include them in your diets. Why? Because groups of people who have lived the longest worldwide all seem to consume at least 1 cup of beans every day. Beans can help build a healthy

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