In 2009, Elizabeth H. Blackburn and her team received the Nobel Prize of medicine for the discovery of “how chromosomes are protected by telomeres and the enzyme telomerase.” Discovering that telomeres delay the ageing of the cell, if the telomeres are long the cells can live longer, but if the telomeres are short, life could be shortened. So the question arises, what affect telomeres? The answer depends on different factors, but all of them are relate with a healthy lifestyle. Our lifestyle affects our telomeres, specially our diet, specially what we eat everyday.
Then, does the food that we eat affect really our longevity? Could we live longer and healthier if we consume certain foods?
Thousands of studies tell us exactly which foods can extend your life – and which ones can shorten it. But do you know which foods belong on which list?
Renowned nutritional expert and bestselling author John Robbins has helped millions of people step into greater health and wellness. Now he’s condensed highlights from decades of research and advocacy into a handy printable infographic poster.
This awesome tool shows the top ten foods that have been proven to prevent – or promote – heart disease, cancer, type 2 diabetes, Alzheimer’s, and osteoporosis.
If you’d like to, you can print out this useful information and post it in your kitchen. It can help you remember some of the best foods to include in your diet every day – and which ones you should avoid if you value your health!
Some of the items on the list maybe they’ll surprise you.
Amazing Natural Medicine team
P.S. When you sign up to get John’s free infographic poster, he’ll also invite you to join in a free Food for Health Masterclass. I highly recommend that you take advantage of it while you have the chance. John is brilliant. Get it all here.