Anti aging guide

Guide for an Anti-Aging Lifestyle

 

 

The lifestyle techniques on healthy living to achieve longevity and a healthier life

Amongst all the many lifestyle techniques on healthy living that have a great impact when it comes to longevity, getting your insulin as well as leptin levels to be normalized is very important. Reducing the grains and sugar intact while increasing your exercise are an effective ways to achieve the objective.

However, to really benefit your longevity and at the same time to slow down your biological clock, you need to consider your lifestyle as a whole. So below are some of the recommended anti-aging strategies which you could implement into your personal lifestyle as a guideline to assist you in setting up a healthy path towards an optimal health which should provide you with the best shot to live a healthier and longer life you have so desired.

  • When it comes to inflammation, stress is one of the major culprit as it impacts directly, which will then lead to many other more serious diseases that could kill a person prematurely. And so, the major factor to a longer life is to develop an effective mechanisms which could cope stress. Physical activities and exercises as well as meditation are amongst the few viable methods that could help us to achieve an equilibrium in maintaining the mental and emotional level.You are also strongly encourage to use the energy psychology tools such as the Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) to achieve a deeper or even solveĀ  any hidden emotional problems.
  • Maintain your health by eating healthily that mainly focus on organic and whole foods. This is the initial step towards achieving a longer and healthier life which could let you live longer.
  • Optimizing your levels of Vitamin D is another great way that could benefits your health, and at the same time it is an inexpensive intervention towards a greater health. You can do this without incurring any cost during the summer by having a safe and careful sun exposure. And during the winter, this is achievable with oral vitamin D supplement. For adults, the ideal dose is approximately 8,000 units of the vitamin D3 daily.
  • Obtain your antioxidants from good source of foods like blackberries, strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, cranberries, beans, cherries as well as artichokes.
  • Another great anti-aging food is the coconut oil which is easily available and is known to help lower cholesterol as well as reducing the heart disease risk, among the many other benefits. Using coconut oil is easy because it can be eaten as well as applying it directly to the skin. Coconut oil can replace the use of other oils like butter, margarine or even shortening. It can be used for almost all your cooking needs too.
  • In the anti-aging pill competition, resveratrol is amongst the forerunners when it comes to manufacturing it into a synthetic capsule or pill which will no longer benefit our health. As such, resveratrol should be taken naturally. Even though resveratrol which is antioxidant could be found in the red wine, it is still not recommended to drink wine just to extend your lifespan as alcohol can harm our body’s important hormonal balance as well as poisoning the brain as it is a neurotoxin. Instead, obtain your resveratrol through the natural sources like raspberries, peanuts, mulberries and whole grape.
  • Regular exercises – Moderate-to-vigorous exercises has been proven in medical studies to help delay or prevent hypertension, heart disease, obesity, osteoporosis, and the hip fracture due to falls. Even though it is ideal to have a lifetime of regular exercise, nevertheless, it is never too late to begin. Those individuals in their 70’s have even been shown to be able to increase both their endurance and strength with regular exercise. Those high-intensity plus interval training is also beneficial in increasing longevity as the exact training methods promotes production of human growth hormone, which is the other aspect of anti-aging.
  • If possible, refrain from as many toxins, chemicals as pollutants in your daily life. This will also includes your household cleaners, personal hygiene products, soaps, bug sprays, air fresheners, insecticides and lawn pesticides which are all toxic and harmful. Replace all these items with those non-toxic alternate options.
  • Keep away from those pharmaceutical drugs as they have great side effects on a human being. These drugs cause thousands of people to die prematurely every year. You don’t actually need those pharmaceutical drugs if you keep your lifestyle at a healthy level.
Posted by Carol Hudgens - February 25, 2012 at 4:27 pm