The Secret To Longevity

A simple lifestyle is the path to longevity. (Image: Pixabay CC0 public domain)

A Simple Lifestyle Is the Path to Longevity

The World Health Organization believes that four factors affect human lifespan. These are genetic, accounting for 15 percent; social and natural environment, accounting for 17 percent; level of healthcare, accounting for 8 percent; and lifestyle and diet, accounting for 60 percent.

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A Simple Lifestyle Is the Path to Longevity

The World Health Organization believes that four factors affect human lifespan. These are genetic, accounting for 15 percent; social and natural environment, accounting for 17 percent; level of healthcare, accounting for 8 percent; and lifestyle…

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Did You Know That Hunger Triggers Longevity?

Japanese research has found that if one delays eating for an hour after first feeling hungry, the “longevity gene” will be triggered. This gene has a powerful effect on repairing…

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Take Care of Your Mind Before Treating Your Disease

Modern medicine has found that 65-90% of human diseases result from psychological depression, such as cancer, arteriosclerosis, hypertension, peptic ulcer, and irregular menstruation. Therefore, they are known as psychosomatic diseases.

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Displaying Kindness Brings Back Kindness

An American psychologist told a story about a female patient of his. Alice was depressed over her failed romance a few years back. She left the East and moved to the Midwest.

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Helping Others Is Good for You

Research reveals that helping others with “material support” can reduce mortality rates by 42%; helping others with moral support can reduce mortality rates by 30%.

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The Secret to Longevity

Race, climate, food, and customs vary in different regions of the world, but one thing remains unchanged—namely, people who live a long life are optimistic, cheerful, good-natured, and easy-going.