Energy

In his book The UltraMind Solution, Mark Hyman, M.D,  shares these seven keys to keep in balance and improve your health and longevity. Key #1 Optimise Nutrition According to Dr Hyman, “we are made of the stuff we eat.”  Nothing could be truer and more simpler than this, but we

soccer players [longevity live]

Soccer players and people in general often overlook the importance of eating for energy and endurance. Any clued-up athlete should know that eating for endurance on match day is simply smart. Soccer players of any age and ability should know the value of nutrition and how it affects your peak

drink | Longevity LIVE

If you’ve heard it once, you’ve probably heard it a thousand times: you really need water. Our bodies require clean water not only to simply function normally, but also to keep our muscles moving, to help remove waste material, to digest normally, to keep the brain functioning optimally, to regulate

energy | Longevity LIVE

It is commonly believed that we lose energy as we grow older but I conclude that the level of energy one has in life is not so much connected to age, as it is to state of mind. Naturally, when someone is coming to the end of their life and

foods | Longevity LIVE

Our diet affects our energy levels with the wrong type of foods being draining and leaving us feeling lethargic and lazy. When your energy levels drop, you’ll likely grab a meal or a quick snack to give yourself a boost. Unfortunately, choosing the wrongs foods could leave you void of

knees | Longevity Live

Strong, tones muscles will always be a coveted element of health, and for good reason. They cannot be bought, inherited or exchanged, which means that anyone who has them, had to put in the work to build them through different, hard exercises and good diet. Here are the best exercises

stretching | Longevity LIVE

There’s always been a strong emphasis on making stretching part of your exercise regimen but including it as part of your daily routine is just as important to your health. That early morning stretch is often equivalent to a cup of coffee- it wakes you up and it just feels

mushrooms | Longevity LIVE

In the quest to age gracefully and keep healthy, mushrooms may be the answer to all of our aging questions. Mushrooms are full of health benefits such as boosting the immune system and they’re also a great source of Vitamin D which helps to maintain healthy bones. A recent study

Do you often feel sluggish, tired, and exhausted? Do your eyelids start sagging during the mid-afternoon? If yes, then you probably need a quick energy boost in order to banish your tiredness and feel more energized. To boost our energy level, we normally depend on a cup of coffee, candy

interval training | Longevity Live

Many of us want to get in and out the gym as quickly as possible but still have an effective workout. This goal is achievable but will require a bit of planning. Here I will explain how you can ensure an successful fitness program using interval training. Cardio & interval