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Longevity

Occasional Fasting Offers Boost in Mental Health and Longevity


Longevity is not only rooted in what we put in our bodies but also how we regulate our intake. There is a Japanese proverb, “hara hachi bunme” or “Stop eating when you are 80% full”. It has certainly benefited the people of Japan who have a life expectancy of 86 years for women and 79 for men versus 80 and 75 respective years for American.
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Exercise – is it the key to health and longevity?


If you’ve ever read Growing Old Is Not for Sissies by Etta Clark, you may have already answered this question. The book is a collection of portraits of senior athletes – folks who are in exceptional shape at advanced ages. This certainly serves as evidence for the benefits of exercise.