This article is intended solely for informational purposes. It is not meant to be taken as, and should not be construed, as medical advice. Any changes to your lifestyle or diet should be done in consultation with your doctor or health care professional.
There’s evidence to suggest that what we eat and drink; the supplements we take; and certain physical activities, all protect the brain and body and can contribute to a longer, healthier life.
Key things to think about include supporting your mitochondria and raising your NAD levels. NAD is essential to the body. Our levels drop as the years go by.
To keep my NAD levels high, I do a number of things, including eating for longevity; fasting; doing HIIT exercise; doing red light therapy; and subjecting my body to heat shock and cold shock on a regular basis.
To learn more, click the links below:
- EATING FOR LONGEVITY – What to eat to lengthen your lifespan and protect the health of your brain: CLICK HERE.
- A list of FOODS THAT SUPPORT THE SIRTUIN GENES
- EXERCISE AND OTHER STRESSORS. How to use HIIT exercise, red light therapy, and extremes of hot and cold to support mitochondria and raise NAD levels: CLICK HERE.
- TAKING SUPPLEMENTS FOR LONGEVITY – which ones to take: CLICK HERE