7 Steps To Living A Longer Life

Author: Carla Fiscina
October 27, 2011

heart healthWho wants to live long? And who does not know, what we need to do to live to 100? That’s right, healthy eating and exercising are the key factors. Most of us know this  very well, but not many of us realize that it is important to act right now and introduce these healthy habits into our life now, in order to prolong our life and also save money that we’d spend for improving our health later on. According to Dr Clyde Yancy, a famous Canadian cardiologist, everyone of us has about 90 per cent chances to live to the age of 90 and even 100, if we follow 7 simple rules that  Dr Yancy has recently introduced to the Canadian Cardiovascular Congress in Vancouver. Read the rest of this entry »

September 2, 2011

longer lifeDaily exercising is a crucial element of everyone’s weight management program, and usually it is considered that only 30 minutes of daily exercise (combining some cardio like jogging, cycling or playing tennis, and power workouts) is enough to maintain excellent health and reduce risks of all major diseases. A new study suggests that such activities as daily cycling can stand for daily exercise pretty great. More to that: the scientists working in the expert group of so called the Copenhagen City Heart Study, have found that less than an hour of intense cycling a day can easily extend our life for as much as 5 years on average! Read the rest of this entry »

June 26, 2009

The findings of a new interesting research published recently in Obesity online journal are being vividly discussed in today’s mass media. Canadian and American specialists at Statistics Canada, Oregon Health & Science University, Portland State University, McGill University and Kaiser Permanente Center for Health Research are convinced that those of us who have a few extra pounds have much better chances to live longer than those whose BMI varies from 18.5 to 25. Read the rest of this entry »