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Whether you call it an eggplant, an aubergine or refer to it as brinjal, this vegetable turns an already healthy vegan meal into an antioxidant powerhouse. Brinjal is incredibly rich in fibre as well as other essential nutrients. The fibre content not only helps to maintain digestive health, but it

weights | Longevity LIVE

When one thinks of weights, they think of big bulking muscles reminiscent of bodybuilders and professional wrestlers. While appealing for some women, other women prefer to be not just strong but lean as well. Weight training continues to be an often discarded form of exercise due to common misconceptions about

office | Longevity LIVE

With the holiday’s officially over, it’s time to get back into things at the office. With the average person spending half of their life at work, working hours are likely to take a toll on their health. Be it stress, desk stagnancy or unhealthy eating habits- the office can be

pain management | Longevity LIVE

Due to the sedentary jobs and lifestyle, back pain or sciatica has become one of the leading reasons why people visit doctors these days. There are several reasons that cause lower pain, one of which is your office chair, since there are so many of us who devote a large

habits | Longevity LIVE

I have always found habits extremely interesting, for the simple reason that they play such a crucial role in the order of our days. Your daily, weekly or monthly habits have such a profound effect on your life, and this can be either positive or negative. For example, the person

MS | Longevity LIVE

As a result of its unpredictability and varying symptoms, Multiple Sclerosis (MS) has earned the nickname the ‘snowflake disease’. MS is a chronic central nervous system condition, characterized by inflammation, demyelination and degenerative changes that interrupt the flow of information within the brain, and between the brain and body. MS

health | Longevity LIVE

The path to mental health arises with different treatment approaches. A person-centered, multi-disciplinary approach to mental health is key to the therapeutic process. This kind of approach to therapeutic care, developed by American psychologist Carl Rogers, remains as relevant today as it was in the 1940s. It lies at the heart

play | Longevity LIVE

I remember a few years ago, I was sitting with a friend of mine named Sylvia. She said something to me that day about marriage – and relationships in general – that was so profound I’ve never forgotten it: “Richard, I realized that my husband and I spent far too

Movember | longevity live

According to the World Health Organization, depression is a major mental disorder, with more than 300 million sufferers worldwide. If not treated, it can lead to suicide, and currently 800 000 people die annually because of untreated depression. Moreover, this disorder is badly stigmatized, and often the taboo surrounding the

Breast cancer is a leading cause of death in women aged 45-55, but nowadays it’s affecting women in their late 20s too. The majority of these cases are hormone- sensitive breast cancers. The breast-cancer risk factors supported by research and conventional medicine (early periods, late menopause, never being pregnant or