Scientists announce the latest five longevity magic weapons
The five magic weapons of longevity.
If you insist on doing this, you can live for at least a few years.
Eat an unprocessed vegetable every day for 2 years.
The findings came from experiments by Italian researchers.
But remember, it must be unprocessed because cooking consumes 30% of the antioxidants in vegetables.
But how do you achieve the required intake?
The researchers suggested stuffing chopped peppers, green peppers, carrots and other vegetables into bread and treating it as breakfast or lunch.
Keep the body mass index (BMI) at 25-35 and extend life for 3 years.
Researchers at the University of Alabama in the United States have found that excess adults increase their chances of diabetes and heart disease.
The BMI (weight (kilograms) / height (m) squared) kept at 25-35 caused these diseases to occur.
But this requires persistence in exercise.
Duke University research shows that if a partner is accompanied by exercise, a sedentary man who is exercising three times a week may increase by 50%.
Eat nuts 5 times a week for 3 years.
A survey conducted by the University of Loma, USA, found that people who insisted on chewing nuts for five days a week lived 2 more than the average person.
It is enough to eat 2 ounces (about 57 grams) of nuts a day.
Make more friends and extend your life for 7 years.
American researchers have found that people with a wide circle of friends have an average life extension of seven years.
Therefore, try to get to know new faces at work or take the initiative to say hello to neighbors who have never met.
Tell yourself that “the life after retirement is still colorful” and can be extended to life.
The study was from the University of Yaya.
Experts pointed out that the elderly should give more fun to their later life, cultivate some interest, or do more public welfare.
The “Objective Medicine” magazine research report shows that selfless behavior will have a positive impact on people’s lives and can remove attention from some unhappy things.