alcohol

be healthy

As almost everyone leads a busy life nowadays, it has become quite difficult to maintain a healthy lifestyle. An unhealthy lifestyle can refer to a lot of things such as drinking a large amount of alcohol or eating a lot of junk food. As a result, many people are getting

drinking bottles [longevity live]

Drinking bottles of kombucha is quickly taking control of the health market. More and more people are including this fizzy concoction into their daily lifestyles. I find it kind of funny how fast people latch onto these health trends. Most of which don’t even know much about the product, its

keep youthful [longevity live]

Stay youthful for the rest of your life with Jennifer Lopez’s top nutrition tips. This beautiful superstar manages to make 49 seem like 25. She’s got one of the fittest bodies in Hollywood. How does she do it? I think it’s incredibly inspiring to watch her because I also know

hangover foods [longevity live]

Hangover foods back in the day meant something greasy or starchy. Well, not anymore. In fact, you would be surprised to know that there are certain foods that you’d least expect to make you feel less lousy. Let’s face it, there comes a time in life where we all experience

drinking | Longevity LIVE

The WHO (World Health Organization) says 283 million individuals are currently battling alcohol-use disorders and over 3 million people have died of alcohol-related diseases each year.   Its annual global status report provides a general review of alcohol consumption and harms in relation to the UN Sustainable Development Goals (1). The report

wine | Longevity LIVE

We’ve all heard that a glass of wine a day keeps the doctor away, but just how factual is it? With the growing need to adopt a healthier lifestyle, drinking alcohol can leave us feeling guilty. Thankfully, emerging research continues to highlight the benefits that come from moderately consuming alcohol.

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Following the dietary sins of the festive holidays, many have adopted the first month of the year as Dry January. First coined by UK’s Alcohol Concern organization in 2013,  Dry January has become a movement in which drinkers give up alcohol for the entire month of January. While some drinkers

alcoholic drinks [longevity live]

Alcoholic drinks are a socially accepted addition to most occasions and celebrations. The problem is that we do not think twice about its effects on our bodies because it is so accessible and ‘normal’ to do. Every time there’s something to celebrate, or even when there’s nothing to celebrate, it

alcohol consumption | Longevity LIVE

When it comes to alcohol consumption in general, the mantra moderation is key is readily adopted and accepted. However, according to the largest and most detailed study to date, that simple tumbler of whiskey a day could actually be doing more harm to your health than you might have previously

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Alcohol is the ultimate paradox. You’re drinking poison, but you feel invincible! Likewise, you find everyone more attractive, but the truth is that they may actually be less attractive! It hurts to hear, but alcohol could actually be standing in the way of living your best life, in other words,