The Longevity Section
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LongevityLongevity. Though the quest for immortality may ultimately be fruitless, we all want to live longer and healthier lives.
This, of course, begs the question: Is it possible to increase one's longevity, at the same time becoming freer of the effects normally associated with aging? And the answer to this "age-old" question is yes.
By employing sound strategies that encompass the manner in which we eat, the types and amounts of food we eat, the avoidance of certains foods, and the use of nutritional supplements (including vitamins, minerals, herbs, and other supplements falling within the purview of alternative, or natural, medicine), it is very possible to increase one's life expectancy.
The longevity section of Vitamin Stuff focuses not only on the various nutrients and supplements that are reputed to have an antiaging effect, but also on the various theories and ideas that regard the aging process itself (additional information can be found in this site's antiaging section).
Blog Postings and Health, Nutrition Terms
Notes, Short Articles, and Medical Conditions
Longevity - Articles
Selected Longevity Blog Posts
Dietary vitamin E can boost physical health for the elderly
How the sexes fare when they reach 100 years
Researchers may have found a Longevity Gene
Do Sedentary Individuals Age Faster than Active Individuals?
Can People can Live Longer in Spite of Being Overweight?
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