The Six Healthiest Practices That Will Help You Live Longer

Limit Sugar Additions

By reducing your intake of ultra-processed foods, you will almost certainly consume fewer grams of added sugars by nature.

More cooking at home

60% of Americans, according to the CDC, dine out at least once per week, and 10%, according to a 2019 survey by the research organization Fourth, dine out four to six times per week.

Contribute Food To Others

After preparing your meal, you can further improve your health by distributing it to others.

Engage in Physical Activity On A Daily Basis

"People who are the longest-lived in the world do not exercise, run marathons, or frequent gyms."

Making sleep and stress relief a priority

Chronic sleep deprivation can increase the risk of heart disease, cancer, and pain associated with migraines and fibromyalgia, according to Grubauer.

Rather than "dieting," consume food until you are mostly satisfied

Rather than attempting a detox or cleanse, strive to adhere to "hara hatch boo" by consuming a diverse selection of nourishing, and locally sourced whenever possible, foods.

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