It’s possible to live longer while feeling better if you have good habits. And here’s what doctors and dietitians personally do to make sure they themselves age well:
1. Change Up Your Eating A Lot
Variety is important when it comes to creating a healthy meal plan for longevity. Eating a wide variety of foods — like fruits, vegetables, seeds, nuts, beans, dairy and meat and non-meat protein — helps your body run well.
Variety is the key because it beats boredom and keeps you getting an assortment of carbs, fat, protein, and minerals.
You can easily go between chicken, pork, fish and lamb, as well as eating nuts during the day or seeds.
2. Three Pillar Exercise
There is no exact right way to exercise, but for the best benefit, you should change it up.
You want training that is diverse and covers the three pillars: cardiovascular for your heart, strength for your bones and flexibility for balance and mobility.
The end goal is not a certain look or body goal, but to heal your body to move well and stay well all the way into old age.
These two habits are all you need for that! They might not always be easy, but in the end, they will allow you to age with strength and dignity.
Author: Steven Sinclaire