Nobody wants to get old, but age doesn’t have as much to do with chronological age than it does our biological age. How we treat our bodies matters when it comes to our health and longevity. We can practice healthy habits with foods and other medications that we can take to protect our health and longevity. A lot of fiber is good for you because fiber actually absorbs excess fat that our bodies tend to store.
- You can take action to help you age well and avoid some of the problems that come with old age.
- If done correctly, you might even be able to extend your lifespan by staying healthy.
- A recently-published book offers tips in thirteen different categories to help you live longer.
“But chronological age has little to do with a person’s biological age: some people are old at fifty, while others are still sharp and spry at ninety.”