If you have trouble getting motivated in the morning without copious amounts of coffee, you’re far from alone. Just look at the number of people standing in line at your local Starbucks and Dunkin’ Donuts establishments. And that doesn’t even include all the people frequenting their local internet coffee bar or stopping at the nearby mom and pop coffee shop or brewing their java at home. While the verdict is still out on whether coffee confers more advantages or disadvantages healthwise, there is now another piece of information in coffee’s favor.
Drinking up to five cups of coffee a day can help you live longer
Rob Greenstein, 3/8/2016
If you struggle to reach a "zen place" in your daily routine, you should know that meditation might actually be the key to a longer, fuller life.
Jennifer Lea Reynolds, January 17, 2016
Parts of his body are very weathered-looking, and he gets around extremely slowly, but after all, we're talking about a 183-year-old.
NIH, National Institutes of Health, September 1, 2015
Two-year trial did not produce expected metabolic changes, but influenced other life span markers
"Of all the essential nutrients needed by the human, oxygen is the one we must have on a moment to moment basis. We can’t live without it even for a few minutes, yet, this is the one nutrient most people don’t associate with deficiency problems.
Is clothing crushing us? Are we trapped in tomb-like textiles, exiling our flesh from experiencing the environment? Are we atrophying our epidermis, our senses, our neuro-intelligence?