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“How can I slow down the ageing process?” – A lifelong question that a lot of us have asked and continue to ask! Scientists have identified a protein in our bodies called Nuclear factor erythroid 2 [NF-E2]-related factor 2, commonly known as Nrf2.
Recent studies in nutrition science have shown that diet plays a key role in ageing gracefully. We’ve assembled a stack of research on the best food choices you make to improve your ageing.
The human body uses magnesium as the fourth most common mineral for homeostasis. It has different roles in different tissues. However, the western diet and certain foods do not contain enough magnesium.
The way of life today is fast-paced and we are always on the move. It is easy to pick up a quick snack on the go, but frequently it won’t be the healthy option. It is essential therefore to have healthy snacks handy which you can grab on the move.
Making healthy food choices at home generally starts with making the right choices at the supermarket. Healthy eating is easier if you plan what you buy then work hard to resist the temptations while walking the isles of your local supermarket.
We have all heard about the multiple benefits of cardiovascular exercise and strength training. So, it’s nothing new if we start the list with heart disease, go through type 2 diabetes, and talk about cancer and dementia. But what about compensating for a bad diet? You simply can’t out-train a bad diet.
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