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stay fit with these Youtubers [longevity live]

Yes, it’s a challenge to stay fit when most of the gyms have closed their doors. Although we’ve got a pandemic on our hands. However we still need to keep ourselves active and healthy physically, mentally and emotionally. Recent updates about Covid-19 all encourage self-isolation for anyone showing symptoms and

food | Longevity LIVE

Chances are, you’re going to be housebound for the next 2 to 3 weeks, especially with both school and work shutdown. As a result of the coronavirus quarantine, you may be doing your best to limit your trips to the grocery store. Now with you spending so much time indoors,

Immune System | Longevity LIVE

The number of cases associated with the coronavirus has surpassed 90 000, and the death toll has is over the 3000s. That said, of these 80 000 cases over 50 000 of them have recovered from the illness. One then has to ask, what sets the two groups apart? One

getting sunshine [longevity live]

Getting sunshine might be your best bet when it comes to increasing your vitamin D levels. The supplement kind is good too, but of course – as with anything artificial – it isn’t the best. But why is there this hype around vitamin D lately? That’s what we want to

cold | Longevity LIVE

Did your grandma ever tell you to eat oranges when you feel you’re getting a cold? As it turns out, it seems grandma knew a thing or too about age old remedies that work. Oranges are packed to the brim with Vitamin C and today, increasingly research confirms that vitamin

antibiotics | Longevity LIVE

Antibiotics that are designed for human use have been used in farming over the years to help animal lots grow faster and larger thereby increasing the yield for farmers. This boosts farm to plate efficiency and profitability. It has been estimated that animals who are injected with or fed antibiotics