Antioxidants

honey | Longevity LIVE

As sweet as sugar is, it doesn’t have the best effect on your health. That said, a lot of people have now turned to natural sugars that will serve to nourish the body and promote good health. A popular staple, honey is one of the best ways you can get

coffee | Longevity LIVE

Coffee is not only the second most consumed beverage worldwide (with water being the first) but statistics have shown that over half of the adult population in the United States consumes the beverage every single day. A hot beverage roasted from coffee beans that dates all the way back to the

hair loss [longevity live]

Hair loss and balding is a very common problem that many people experience, particularly as we get older. Let’s face it, going bald or losing hair is never a nice thing. Nobody wants to go bald and if you’re a man the chances are much higher. From hair loss creams

skin | Longevity LIVE

Aging is a normal bodily process that we can’t escape and should just simply accept. Unfortunately, while this process is normal, sometimes it can have adverse effects on the skin. This leaves us with dryness, fine lines and wrinkles, and hyper pigmentation. Therefore, we have collected a range of products

okra | Longevity LIVE

Affectionately referred to by Louisiana inhabitants as gumbo, Okra is a delicious vegetable native to both African and Asian cuisines. Also referred to as lady’s fingers, okra is used in a number of soups and stews due to its ability to thicken these meals. Aside from its edible seeds, the

green tea | Longevity LIVE

When it comes to renowned beverages, green tea could rival the early fame days of Coca-Cola. Seen as the healthiest drink in the world, green tea is packed with antioxidants that allow for it to provide plenty of health benefits. Why this tea? Made from the leaves of the Camellia Sinensis

seaweed | Longevity LIVE

A group of algae that grows in the sea, seaweed not only maintains the ocean’s ecosystem but its nutritious density can also help to maintain human health. Found in Asian cuisines, seaweed is categorized into four different types – mainly based on their pigment and other traits. The respective categories

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

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,