Healthy Living

If there is one nation who understands a thing or two about living well and all that that entails, it’s the French. Not only have they mastered the art of going about their daily lives with an innate sense of style, but because they manage to make their lifestyle look

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 allows for it to provide plenty of health benefits. Why this tea? Made from leaves of the Camellia sinesis plant,

spouse | Longevity LIVE

It’s difficult to see someone you love grappling with sadness, a lack of motivation and general listlessness – especially if it’s your spouse. Is there a way to help? In his February column, Dr Demartini provides insight on how to best help your spouse when they are going through a

If I were to ask you whether you think the state of the world is improving or declining, and you were to answer the latter, I could tell you two things. First, that you are not alone in thinking that things are going downhill on a global scale – research

exercise | Longevity LIVE

Ground breaking research conducted at Cedars-Sinai Medical Centre in Los Angeles confirms that daily exercise can improve sexual function in “all” men who suffer from erectile dysfunction (ED). What makes the research so significant is that for the first time a study was done that represented a racially diverse group

avocado hair mask | Longevity LIVE

Have you ever experienced the speed with which an avocado can go overripe – literally overnight? Avocados may be the wildly beloved, creamy fruit and go fantastic on freshly prepared toast, but this characteristic can be more than just a little annoying. However, there’s no need to throw it in

Italians | Longevity LIVE

According to The Bloomberg Global Health Index, Italians are the healthiest people in the world (1). Using data from the World Bank, The World Health Organization and the United Nations Population Division, Bloomberg evaluated 163 countries. The authors of the study then looked at health risks such as high blood

reading | Longevity LIVE

If you’re that person who is for ever getting lost in the pages of your new book, go ahead and give yourself a pat on the back for having a really great hobby – the health benefits of which you’ll enjoy as you grow older. Reading is probably one of

kiwis | Longevity LIVE

Kiwis used to be known as the Chinese Gooseberry – as it originally comes from the north of China and grew in the Yangtze River valley – but started to be known as the kiwi fruit after it was started being grown in New Zealand. Apparently the name change took

leukaemia | Longevity LIVE

It is not hereditary, and it is not contagious. It is, however, one of the diseases that kills more children than many others. The word ‘leukaemia’ refers to a group of cancers that spread through the bloodstream after starting in the bone marrow and surrounding tissues of the sufferer. In