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Longevity Vitamin: The 7 foods that could help you live up to the age of 100

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There’s plenty of data supporting the connection between a good diet and a healthier life and being optimistic can help you fend off stress, eat better and be more physically active, all of which can lower your risk of chronic illnesses that may lead to early death.

But despite how often it’s repeated, doctors recommend having a healthy diet plan.

There’s something magic in Foods—a “longevity vitamin“—that may offer protection, researchers say.

These products are proven to help you last longer. At the same time, the main factor in longevity is genetic inheritance, researchers added.

Foods to have a long life

1. Vegetables: They are foods that have beneficial properties for health. Among other things, they have been linked to a longer life expectancy.

Cruciferous vegetables, such as cauliflower and broccoli, stand out among these foods. If eaten regularly, the body’s natural detoxification system gets activated. Vegetables reduce the possibility of malignant tumors.

2. Fruit: To have a long and healthy life and prevent cardiovascular diseases and cancer, it is necessary to eat two servings of fruit and three vegetables every day, explains a group of American dietitians.

The results of the research carried out by this team revealed that the daily consumption of five servings of fruits and vegetables is associated with a lower risk of dying.

3. Seafood: Seafood with polyunsaturated fatty acids helps prevent dementia, according to researchers.

4. Fish: Fish and its oil prevent the formation of blood clots, and its fatty acids rich in omega 3 have very good antioxidant properties. Nutritionist Fatma Baisal Yusuf advises consuming this food cooked on the grill or steamed.

5. Nuts: Nuts are rich in omega 3 acids and vitamin E. In addition, they have antioxidant properties, magnesium, and fiber. Doctors argue that these superfoods help prolong life due to their high content of plant proteins. 

Almonds, in turn, contain many nutrients and microelements. One of them is zinc. In addition, its consumption also replenishes the needs of selenium and chromium, as long as they are included in small amounts in the diet.

6. Dark chocolate: Dark Chocolate contains flavanols. These chemical compounds are known for their health benefits: they improve blood circulation and mental alertness in older people. 

Researchers in the US found that they could even boost an individual’s immune system to help fight the coronavirus.

7. Garlic: Garlic is a food with a beneficial effect on blood vessels, and considerably reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease. Despite having a large number of very healthy properties, excessive consumption of this food and the way it is prepared can cause serious health problems.

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