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Nutrition for Longevity

With so many diet fads out there, it's hard to determine which one is going to be beneficial in the long run. Most of us want to enjoy good food and feel good as a result. Scientific studies are revealing the diet most synergistic with hormone therapy is reminiscent of the Paleolithic diet eaten by our ancestors. That is a diet high in nutrient-dense foods (such as fruits, vegetables, lean meats and essential fats) and low in refined, overly processed, fats and simple carbohydrates. The rate of heart attacks, type 11 diabetes, obesity, strokes, hypertension, and gastrointestinal disorders in this country just keep climbing. Fortunately all of these conditions can be avoided or at least greatly improved by positive dietary changes.




The Simple Rules

The rules are simple, in fact, they may sound like something your grandmother might have told you.

  • Eat five portion controlled meals a day. So in addition to breakfast, lunch and dinner, have a snack between lunch and dinner, and a small snack before bed.
  • During your meals, your plate should be 1/3 protein and 2/3 vegetables (and add a sprinkle of olive oil or almonds for your fat)
  • Avoid sugar and sweet snacks. If it says “low fat” or “instant” on the package, put it back.
  • Eat all your vegetables and two fruits every day
  • Have a tablespoon of cod liver oil (fish oil) every day
  • Get up from in front of the TV, and go outside and play
  • Get plenty of sleep
  • Drink lots of water

It’s true, many people are confused about what to eat.

Anti-aging strategy offers four simple rules to live by when shopping at the supermarket or deciding on what to order at a restaurant:

The “What Kind of Food to Eat? “ Four Simple Rules


  • white meat (chicken, turkey, fish, soy, eggs, and lean pork)
  • colored vegetables (any vegetable that is colored (not white) all the way through)
  • hard fruits (if it crunches when you eat it, it’s GOOD FOR YOU!)
  • liquid fat (olive oil, canola oil and fish oil. Nuts are good for you as well)


Weight loss is a simple ratio: calories in versus calories out. You must eat less than you burn in order to achieve weight loss. Your physician may also recommend, depending on each individual’s health and lifestyle, select supplements that may increase your metabolism or help remove food faster.

-thanks to bodylogic

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