How Health Affects Aging

How Health Affects Aging

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Many factors go into your health, and, to be frank, you need them all. From diet and exercise to mental stimulation and emotional well-being, you need to take care of your whole body. When you focus on this holistic wellness, you will slow down the aging process. 

Live Younger believes in a holistic approach to wellness. We believe there are four essentials you need to consider: quality sleep, healthy breathing, proper detox, and eating right. We focus on eight pillars of holistic health: physical, emotional, social, spiritual, intellectual, occupational, financial, and environmental wellness. Below, we'll take a look at how taking care of your diet and nutrition affects aging and how you can help slow down the aging process. Contact us today!


Inflammation is your body's way of healing itself. It is an immune system response to injury and infection. It is what tells the body that it needs healing. However, too much inflammation can harm your body's cells, which is what can cause premature aging. While the relationship between inflammation and food is still being analyzed and researched as to the exact effects, scientists do know that some foods, such as processed sugars, can cause your body to have an inflammatory response, which then can lead to a risk of chronic inflammation. Chronic inflammation is what can damage cells and cause premature aging.

Thus, by choosing the right foods, you can decrease the signs of aging. Here is what scientists recommend:

  • Plants. Fruits and vegetables have anti-inflammatory ingredients that your body needs.
  • Antioxidants. Antioxidants fight free radicals, which can cause damage to your body's skin cells. Foods rich in antioxidants can help your body prevent, delay, or repair cell and/or tissue damage. These include fruits and vegetables that are full of color, such as berries, leafy greens, beets, and avocados. Whole grains and green tea are great sources as well.
  • Omega-3 fats. Omega-3s can help regulate your body's inflammatory response. These are found in fish like salmon and tuna and in nuts, such as walnuts and pecans.
  • Eat less red meat.
  • Try to cut processed food as much as possible. Processed food is full of sugars and other ingredients that only increase inflammation, as well as unhealthy fats.

Choose Live Younger Holistic Path to Wellness Today

Live Younger has been offering a holistic plan to wellness for over 30 years. This plan includes healthy eating in order to cut the risk of inflammation that leads to signs of aging. Health, we believe, begins with healthy dietary choices.

Eating healthy is all about making the right choices on a daily basis. As long as you choose a balanced diet full of protein and carbohydrates with a small amount of the right kind of fats, you should age wisely. Keeping inflammation down is key, and eating foods that will promote anti-aging will help as well.

We'd love to connect with you and share more of our cell renewal process. We believe that when you live well, you'll get younger. Reach out to us today!

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