Wellness

Are you waiting to travel with a significant other or until your children are old enough to join? Don’t! More women are choosing to go it alone or booking getaways with friends, a La Sex and the City, while studies are proving it will make you healthier and happier in

Apple Cider Vinegar | Longevity LIVE

Apple cider vinegar has become the most sought after vinegar in the health community and for good reason. Apple cider vinegar comes from apple cider which is made from apple juice.  At first, the apple juice is fermented and this creates apple cider. The apple cider is then fermented, being

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

golden berries | Longevity LIVE

Don’t let their small size fool you as golden berries are bursting with antioxidant benefits. Native to South America, golden berries (Peruvian ground cherries) are the latest berries being referred to as a superfood. They’re rich in fibre, vitamins and polyphenols. Golden berries are also a rare source of the

tai chi | Longevity LIVE

An ancient Chinese discipline, tai chi has been adopted as an effective and beneficial tool for both mind and body. Consisting of a series of slow, fluid movements and deep breathing, tai chi is a form of exercise that places emphasis on stretching and strength training. It incorporates the idea of yin/yang

child technology | Longevity LIVE

Granted, we exists in the digital age. However,exposing our children to too much screen time too early may be jeopardizing their future. With toddlers having high levels of screen time, there is concern about the effect this could have on their development. Thus a recent study set out to uncover

eating | Longevity LIVE

Menopause is a phase in a woman’s life filled with a lot of changes and uncomfortable symptoms. Menopause can occurs in your mid-30’s, yet most women experience menopause in their 40’s or 50’s. That being said, there are other factors that can trigger early menopause, such as cancer treatments or

wine | Longevity LIVE

We’ve all heard that a glass of wine a day keeps the doctor away but just how factual is it? With the growing need to adopt a healthier lifestyle, drinking alcohol can leave us feeling guilty. Thankfully, emerging research continues to highlight the benefits that come from moderately consuming alcohol.

Metabolism is a chemical reaction that occurs within our cells, in order to maintain life. While metabolism is often associated with weight loss, keeping it at a healthy rate can help to maintain general health in regards to sleep, mood and energy levels. However lifestyle factors can affect our metabolic

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