1. QUIT SMOKING
Smoking increases your risk of developing more than 50 serious health conditions. Some may be fatal and others can cause irreversible long-term damage to your health.
2. EAT RIGHT
Eating the right calories, macro nutrients and diverse set of fresh unprocessed foods bring extraordinary benefit to the human body; short, mid and long term.
3. Do High Intensity Resistance Training
Muscle is incredibly important to health! When muscle is appropriately fatigued, a deep stimulus signal is sent. The stimulus signal is not only localised at the muscle level but spreads to multiple sites and systems across the physiology at multiple levels: adipose tissue, liver, pancreas, bones and brain.
4. DRINK IN SMALL DOSES AND INOFTEN
The type of illnesses you can develop after 10 to 20 years of regularly drinking include: cancers of the mouth, throat and breast, stroke, heart disease, liver disease, brain damage and damage to the nervous system. The effects of alcohol on your health will depend on how much you drink. The less you drink, the lower the health risks.
5. DON'T PUT OFF CANCER SCREENING
Spotting the signs of cancers early can be vitally important. In many instances, beginning treatment for cancer earlier than would otherwise have been the case can make all the difference.
6. THE FASTING MIMICKING DIET
Valter Longo, Director of both the Longevity Institute at the University of Southern California, designed the FMD after making a series of remarkable discoveries in mice, then in humans, indicating that specific diets can activate stem cells and promote regeneration and rejuvenation in multiple organs to optimize health and provide anti-aging benefits.
7. SLEEP WELL
A good night’s sleep is vital to our physical health and emotional well-being. On average, adults should optimally receive between seven and nine hours of sleep each night, but those needs vary individually. For example, some people feel best with eight consecutive hours of sleep, while others do well with six to seven hours at night and daytime napping.
The long-term activation of the stress-response system can disrupt almost all your body's processes. This puts you at increased risk of numerous health problems, including: anxiety, depression, digestive problems, headaches, heart disease, sleep problems, weight gain and emory and concentration impairment.
9. DRIVE SAFELY
Road traffic fatalities are the largest cause of accidental death.
10. WEAR SUNSCREEN
Sunburn increases your risk of skin cancer. Sunburn doesn't just happen on holiday – you can burn in the UK, even when it's cloudy.
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