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brain-protecting [longevity live]

Brain-protecting supplements are vital for your concentration and keeping calm. Have you ever experienced plunging levels of energy, happiness, and focus? Don’t worry, you’re not alone because this is a worldwide phenomenon that we’re about to help solve for you. You know those ‘off-days’ when you wake up feeling tired

Parks | Longevity LIVE

Today’s population is seen as the indoor generation because they rarely spend their time outdoors, let alone in parks. In fact, a 2018 survey found that, on average, people spend at least 90% of their time indoors (1). Not only are we depriving ourselves of the benefits that come from being

nothing [longevity live]

Nothing boosts my mood quite like a week’s worth of eating regular meals consisting of seafood, vegetables and lots of fruit. On the whole, as a Mediterranean eater, I choose to consume a diet like this anyway. However, when you’re staying in the beautiful Watamu, Kenya the fish is caught fresh

workday| Longevity Live

Most people spend more time at work, than they do just about anywhere else. Since this is the case, it makes sense that this should be happy time, but unfortunately, this is not always the case. The good news is that it’s possible to make your work time happier, and

happy | Longevity LIVE

A little while ago I found myself on the hunt for my happy place. That place where everything is great, there’s not a stress in the world. There’s just kittens, puppies, candy floss, and gratuitous nudity. My hunt took me to Google, where I actually managed to find a real

A new study published in the journal Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics suggests if you are happy you will be healthy. The  study also stresses the importance of leading a physically and mentally healthy lifestyle.  “This article examines what has been learned from the extensive research that proliferated around this model of

kids | Longevity LIVE

Couples without children are more satisfied with their relationships than couples with kids, a new study conducted at the Open University in Britain suggests. The study on relationships and kids A study of more than 5000 adults found that childless couples have happier marriages and feel more valued in their