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8 Breakthrough symptoms of living longer- See how

Updated on April 24, 2015

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Yes, you can increase your life expectancy up to 10 years, if you analysis some symptoms. Centenarians—people make it to the triple figures—aren't such a special nightmare anymore, increasing 50% from 1980 to 2000.

What are the factors responsible for this dramatic jump? Dramatic advances in education, health and disease treatment therapies are high out there—which makes sense. But above this some unimportant habits, or work , can influence your life and can measure how long you will live. I listed here, the most recent breathtaking research on extended life and guidelines on how to jump on the track.

Number One Symptom: If your mother had you at a young age

If your mother conceived you under 25 years, you're likely to live 100 years as compared to someone born to over 30 years old mom, based on scientists from the University of Chicago. They believe that younger mothers eggs fertilization capability is the best, thus better offspring.


Number Two Symptom: If you are a green tea lover

Research reveals that both black and green teas have a hard dose of catechins, ingredients that help heart diseases and blood vessels. An observation took place in Japan shows that more than 40,000 Japanese, who take 5 cups of green tea at a regular basis had a minor chance of dying from heart ailment. Other scientific studies of black tea revealed similar benefits. Just be sure you are taking the best green tea.

If you regularly take a few cups of green tea daily that will be enough for your heart —just be sure it is a green brew. The teas sold in the restaurant, do not offer the similar health benefits. Some research has shown that pouring milk may excrete tea's safety effects on the heart, so adhere to just honey or lemon.

Number three Symptom: Avoid soda

Scientists in Boston found that drinking one regular diet coke every day to increase your possibility of metabolic disease— including high blood pressure, increased insulin levels, and extra fat throughout your waist, that may lead to chance of cardiovascular disease or diabetes. Researchers also forecast that alcohol drinkers regularly expose their taste buds to low calorie sweeteners, inhabiting themselves to choose and hunger for sweeter foods, that might lead to extra weight, a renowned professor of medicine at Boston University.


Number four Symptom: A regular walk may change your life

In order to keep fit all people need to walk for about half an hour. It doesn't matter how much excess fat they have, a recent study shows that those people who walk less live four times less than who walk at least 30 minutes daily. Also, obese women can boost up the cardiovascular system by doing just a 10 minute workout, says recent research. Therefore, make a time for jogging after lunch hour, do runs around the field while your children are playing football—find ways to go a bit more, each day.


Number five symptom: Waking can add lifetime

Body strength means flexibility, good balance, and energy. As you grow older, those are the steps to cutting your risk of injuries—especially bone injuries, which easily lead to sick health. Around 20% of bon fracture patients pass away within 1 year due to difficulties from the injury. "Having fragile leg muscles are the main indicator of frailty in later years.


Number six symptom: Don't forget to take purple food

Blueberries, concord grapes, red wine: They all have rich flavor, deep color from polyphenols—ingredients that decrease cardiovascular disease risk and control Alzheimer's disease, based on the new study. Polyphenol help to keep veins and vessels healthy and flexible. Early animal studies declare that pouring dark grapes to your daily diet may enhance thinking processes. A recent study, scientists found that having two glasses of blueberries every day may improve interaction between brain cells, increasing your memory.

Number seven symptom: Maintain a healthy diet

Teenagers with diabetes are a couple of times more prone to develop cardiovascular disease than those without the problem.


Number eight symptom: Throw your burgers

A palm-size of pork, or lamb is not a big problem, but having a lot of red meat increases your chance of colorectal cancer. Colorectal cancer also increases by 40% with every 3 -ounce of meat (for instance, bacon, hot dogs, and deli meats) consumed per day.

Researchers are still confused that why red and refined meats are so unsafe, however, one subspecies is the cancer causing carcinogens can develop when refined meat is smoked, grilled, for example nitrates, are added.

When you do barbeque grill red meat, at first marinade it. Keep pieces tiny, and flip them often—that can help reduce carcinogens. If you are cooking or roasting it, always keep the oven temperature under 400°F.

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    • doris and me profile imageAUTHOR

      Mohammad Tanvir Ibne Amin 

      3 years ago from Dhaka

      then you might be lucky enough to live longer... May you live long...

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      Linda Bilyeu 

      3 years ago from Orlando, FL

      Good tips! Makes me glad I had my kids at a young age! :)

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