If you are interested in a long and healthy life, trust nature’s health food, as at least partly covered in this blog. Scientifically validated. Just read on.
Miriam McDonnell from Boston, MA, asks:
To live a long and healthy life, exercising and eating right may be the magic formula. So far, so good. But which foods out of an endless formula of diets, are ‘right’, Doc?
Most of us are seeking a long and healthy life – isn’t it? But how to achieve this goal?
As you have learned from different sources, our blogs included, healthy food and physical exercise are indeed the two main avenues leading in the right direction.
But which diet is appropriate? Right, there are different ‘schools’ teaching you about. Still, above all, science is the ultimate authority to tell us right from wrong.
With special reference to those countries in the world topping the world statistics of life expectancy – the Principality of Monaco, Japan, and Singapore.
FOOD FOR LIFE EXTENSION – SCIENTIFICALLY
Based on research at, inter alia, the University of Arizona in Tucson, AZ, the University of Southern Denmark in Odense, Denmark, Newcastle University in the UK, Duke-NUS Medical School in Singapore, Harvard Medical School in Boston, MA, Rush University Medical Center in Chicago, IL, following foods are especially life extensive.
Also called brassica, this type of vegetables of the cabbage family (like broccoli, turnips, cauliflower, kale, Brussels sprouts, bok choy, radish, etc.
Are very rich in nutrients like vitamins C, E, K and folate, as well as minerals such as calcium, selenium, potassium, as well as carotenoids as beta-carotene, zeaxanthin and lutein, and glucosinolates.
These nutrients are beneficial for, inter alia, regulating our body’s stress and inflammation response, and even anti-cancer properties. Also supporting heart health, and slowing down cognitive decline.
Finally, cruciferous vegetables contain soluble fiber helping to regulate blood sugar and prevents excess weight.
Another beneficial health food is certainly fresh
Originally known from Asian cuisine, has entered also Western diet, and known also by the name of Edamame, is rich in isoflavones, a plant-derived estrogen-like substance, has anti-cancer and anti-microbial properties. Thus slowing down cellular aging.
Scientifically validated to slow down, inter alia, the risk of breast cancer.
Similar the benefit of
made of soybean curds which is rich in minerals such as calcium, magnesium, selenium, iron, phosphorus, manganese, zinc and copper, etc. to keep our bones and teeth strong, and give us energy.
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