Book lovers rejoice! A study conducted by Yale University has proven that reading books is directly tied to longevity. In other words, read books, live longer! Adding Years Specifically, people who read for three and a half hours per week or more were found to live almost 2 years longer (23 months to be … Read Books, Live Longer Read More » The post Read Books, Live Longer appeared first on The 100 Year Lifestyle.
How many of us know someone who has been affected by a brain injury or a disease like Autism, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s, ALS, Alzheimer’s, or Dementia? Or how many of us wish we could just focus better, improve our brain power, and protect ourselves from neurodegenerative diseases? Science has long proclaimed that the human body … Neuroplasticity and Nerve Regeneration Read More » The post Neuroplasticity and Nerve Regeneration appeared first on The 100 Year Lifestyle.
Say what? According to the dictionary, “say what” is a phrase used when asking someone to repeat what they have said, especially when you are surprised by it. For example, if you were to be told that there is a link between hearing loss and longevity, you might respond with “Say what?” What We’re … Say What? Read More » The post Say What? appeared first on The 100 Year Lifestyle.
Sally Jacobson just had a birthday party for her liver. Sally is only 78, but her liver is 100 years old. Really. If you’re thinking you’re too old for something – anything – this story should give you a reason to look at things differently. Sally’s Story In 2006, Sally was near death, … Her Liver is 100 Read More » The post Her Liver is 100 appeared first on The 100 Year Lifestyle.
For many of us, the minute the weather gets warm we start thinking about a vacation at the ocean. We can’t seem to get enough Vitamin Sea! The sun, the sand, the salt water – all spell relaxation and rejuvenation. But there’s more. There are some serious health benefits to a trip to the shore. … Vitamin Sea Read More » The post Vitamin Sea appeared first on The 100 Year Lifestyle.