Want to have a long and healthy life?
Here are some tips from the best oncologists in the world.
According to the new book “A Short Guide To A Long Life” the best oncologists in the world of small changes in daily habits can dramatically increase life expectancy. Here are some tips from Dr. David Agus.
Undress and remain naked
Explore your body better in the mirror. Thus you will notice easier bottlenecks. Over a period of time review the whole body inch by inch, including hair, nails and oral cavity.
Ditch the shoes with high heels
Inflammation is associated with some of the most problematic of degenerative diseases such as cardiovascular diseases, Alzheimer’s disease, autoimmune diseases, diabetes and more rapid aging. Uncomfortable shoes cause unnecessary irritation of the legs, which may affect the whole organism. There is no easy way to prevent such infections from having a comfortable casual shoes.
Coffee and teas have long been proven to be beneficial
Although scientists trying to find a link between caffeine consumption and several diseases such as cardiovascular disease, hypertension , osteoporosis, and cancer research results show otherwise.
Feed is at the same time
One of the best ways to reduce stress is to maintain mode 365 days a year. If the body is deprived of food for lunch but hunger, there was the rush of the stress hormone cortisol. This hormone tells the body to retain fat and save energy. So if the body does not accept food when expected will sabotage efforts to lose weight.
There is a deep connection between sedentary lifestyle and obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular disease and premature mortality. Do not arch your back. Besides pain in the neck and back can get headaches, arthritis, poor blood circulation, muscle pain, shortness of breath, joint stiffness, fatigue and neurological problems.
Eat frozen fruit and vegetables
Already in the year we can eat a variety of fruits and vegetables. When you arrive at the store, bear fruit or vegetable does not contain the same amount of nutrients as when disconnected. Unless you buy fresh seasonal fruits and vegetables that are produced locally, select frozen.
Avoid artificial vitamins
Several studies show that the intake of vitamins in the form of dietary supplements is related to increased risk of cancer. It is also known that in this form the body blot less useful substances.
If you have children, the chance for a longer life increases. Childcare causes people to stay active and maintain their physical culture.
Drink a glass of wine
Moderate intake of alcohol, especially red wine, may reduce the risk of heart disease. For women, the recommended amount of alcohol is no more than a cup, and of men – most two cups.
Smile improves mood. When we smile, our body produces substances to reduce pain, happiness hormones endorphin and serotonin, which relieves stress.