This One Wrong Move Could “Fast-Track” You to Your Deathbed
Alex Reid here with your Monday roundup.
There’s nothing I love more than sharing all-natural options for prime health.
So when I came across this shocking (yet simple) discovery, I couldn’t keep it to myself!
I want you to live a long and prosperous life. Period.
To my surprise, a recent study revealed that one simple move could be linked to...
- Other degenerative diseases.
Scientists say this seemingly inconsequential move could even lead to death...
Think of it like the compound effect.
If you do (or don’t do) a small action frequently over a long period of time, you will see major results.
For decades, doctors have recommended that you do this every single day, and frequently throughout the day, at that.
This one thing is so easy to do, and yet about 75% Americans don’t do it enough.
It’s simple: Your body needs water.
If you’re like most Americans, you are chronically dehydrated.
That dehydration can catch up to you later on.
JCI Insight reports:
The analysis estimates that improving hydration throughout life may greatly decrease the prevalence of degenerative diseases, with the most profound effect on dementia, heart failure (HF), and chronic lung disease (CLD), translating to the development of these diseases in 3 million fewer people in the United States alone.
So if you are over 55, “later on” could be just around the corner...
Cutting years off your life.
Years that could have been spent with you grandchildren (or great-grandchildren)...
Years you could have spent traveling the world...
Years you could have spent peacefully in your garden...
If you want to stretch your life out as long as possible, check out this breaking news now!
While you’re getting in that H2O, scientists say you should add another item to your daily menu!
It goes perfectly with salads.
Some prefer it on “Mexican food night.”
It’s easy to incorporate into just about every type of meal.
And a recent study at Penn State suggests it’s good for your heart.
Is anyone in the mood for an avocado?
According to Penn State News, the study suggests “eating one avocado a day may help keep ‘bad cholesterol’ at bay.”
Best of all, you can eat avocado in the morning, at noon, or night.
If you’re serious about your heart health, you can read the rest of the article here.
We’ve covered breakfast, lunch, and dinner… how about something sweet?
We know that large sugar consumption can lead to a laundry list of health complications, such as diabetes.
But it’s this crack in the door that food companies have used to advertise “healthier” alternatives.
They claim their products won’t cause weight gain.
Some pitch these alternatives as safe.
But for many of these sweeteners, it’s just effective marketing that has Americans hooked.
I’m here to remove the wool from the eyes of anyone who bought into this lie.
I found a list of eight not-so-sweet sweeteners that researchers say to steer clear from.
To your health,
President, Longevity Insider HQ