vitamin D

vitamin D | Longevity LIVE

It’s important to get enough vitamins in your body, to live a long and healthy life. However, this can be tricky to do, especially when you’re stuck at home with fewer options. In fact, vitamin D is one of the most important vitamins that your body needs, yet with the

aging supplements | Longevity LIVE

Never has the importance of the immune system been as important and vital as it is now. The immune system, which is made up of many different cells, tissues, and organs working together, helps to protect the body from viruses, infections, and other diseases. However, like other things in the

therapy using light for your skin [longevity live]

Therapy using light has accumulated some convincing science. This has led us to think that it could be a very healthy kind of drug, which is why it’s getting more popular in the wellness sphere. It sounds a bit crazy. However, we’ve got reasons to believe that light therapy might

Sun and Vitamin D

A lot of us are probably unaware that vitamin D is also known as the sunshine vitamin. This is because the body produces vitamin D after sun exposure. Research says, up to 50% of the world’s population may not get enough sun, and 40% of US residents are deficient in

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

eating sunscreen [longevity live]

Eating sunscreen to protect yourself from those harsh UV rays is the new long-term solution. With summer now in sight, we’re all taking part in more outdoor activities and perhaps trying to catch a bit of a tan. Many recent studies have found that sunblock can contain hundreds of artificial

Kate Middleton | Longevity LIVE

This generation is often referred to as the Indoor Generation. This is due to the excessive amount of time that we spend indoors, flickering away at some form of technology. This unhealthy method of living has drawn the concern of many, most notably the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton. Kate Middleton Wants Your

blue light | Longevity LIVE

There are already plenty of precautions advising against the excessive use of electronics. Various studies have highlighted the effects of high cellphone use. This includes poor sleep patterns, heightened stress levels and even symptoms of depression. If that’s not enough, there is now growing research of how high cellphone usage

Vitamin D | Longevity LIVE

Vitamin D is seen as the sunshine vitamin due to the fact that the majority of what the body absorbs, comes from the sun’s rays. Once it’s been absorbed by the body, vitamin D then plays a pivotal role in helping the body properly absorb and utilize calcium, which in

depression | Longevity Live

Living in a place with minimal sunlight can easily catalyze the depressing experience of seasonal affective disorder, better known as SAD syndrome. It is not the cold that invites SAD syndrome to filter into your mind and body; scientists believe it is caused by a lack of sunlight. The absorption