Posted by David
on Jul 5, 2011 in Systems Biology
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Your longevity is a made up of a complex set of factors—some of which you can control and some you can’t. One of the easiest ways for you to increase your longevity is to increase your health. Living well and eating well can have an incredible impact on your health—from the tiniest cell structures on upwards. All you need to know is what to eat!
- Blueberries—Restore antioxidants, reverse age related brain decline, prevent urinary tract infections.
- Spinach—Top nutrient density, reduces the risk of cancers including liver, ovarian, colon, and prostate cancer.
- Red Bell Peppers—Reduce the risk of cancers including lung, prostate, ovarian, and cervical. It also protects against sunburn and improves heart health.
- Broccoli—Reduces the risk of cancers including prostate, bladder, pancreatic, gastric, and breast. It can also help protect the brain when it is injured and will reduce diabetes related damage to the body’s systems.
- Apples—Lower your risk of alzheimer’s, support your immune system, and fight cancer.
- Tomatoes—Reduce your risk of cardiovascular disease as well as esophageal, stomach, colorectal, lung, and pancreatic cancer. It also reduces inflammation.
- Artichoke—Considered an antioxidant superfood, it will lower bad cholesterol and help with blood clotting.
- Arugula—Is known to lower the risk of birth defects and fractures as well as protecting eye health.
- Blackberries—Build up bone density while suppressing appetite and enhancing fat burning.
- Asparagus—Feeds healthy gut based bacteria colonies and protects against birth defects while promoting general heart health.
- Kiwi Fruit—Counters constipation, fights wrinkles, and lowers your risk of blood clots as well as your blood lipids.
And this is just the beginning! There are many more delicious foods that you can employ to keep your diet healthy, your life long, and your world happy!
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