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6 Surprising Ways to Increase Your Life Expectancy

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While it’s true that people are living longer these days, it’s not a guarantee. You still have to take good care of yourself, of course. You likely know the basic steps to staying healthy, like loading up on fruits and vegetables, exercising and getting regular checkups, but there are other ways to extend your life that might surprise you.

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1. Eating Fatty Foods

A foolproof fish dish.jpg This might seem to contradict the usual advice you hear about healthy eating, but fatty foods such as nuts, avocados, olive oil, salmon, tuna and eggs contain healthy omega-3 fats, which many studies indicate can help you live longer. In addition to being major brain health boosters, foods with healthy, monounsaturated fats balance cholesterol levels, helping to protect your heart and reduce your chance of developing serious heart conditions.

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2 responses to “6 Surprising Ways to Increase Your Life Expectancy”

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