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Healthy Eating the Whole Family Can Enjoy
One of the commitments of longevity is to get involved with your community. While this can mean spending time with friends and neighbors, your family is a community that you are involved with every day. Research shows that having the...
A Guide to the Gut Brain Axis
We’ve talked about how important it is to maintain good digestive health before, but you’d be surprised just how essential that really is. Making sure your digestive system is in good health goes beyond just how food moves through your...
Gut Health: The Three P's
Gut health awareness has exponentially grown throughout the past few years. It's become common to hear discussions related to GI and our gut microbiome. Products like prebiotics and probiotics are marketed throughout TV, magazines, and social media. Read on to learn...
Summer Skin Care
Our skin endures a lot. As the outermost protective layer for our bodies, maintaining our skin’s integrity is essential. With summer upon us, more time in the sun, means more possibility for skin damage. While we may buy products that...
The Truth About Detoxing
Summer is here! While we may see summer as a time for adventure and a sense of freedom, many companies view the summer months as a time to capitalize on our insecurities. Marketing ploys during the summer months make us...
Men's Health Week
Last month we celebrated Women’s Health Week. Nutrition for Longevity took that time to highlight the importance of prioritizing the health of the extraordinary women in our lives. Now what better way to keep the party going than to celebrate...
National Fruit and Vegetable Month
The month of June is National Fruit and Vegetable Month. This campaign helps bring awareness to the health benefits that are associated with eating a variety of fruits and veggies with the overarching goal for Americans to increase their consumption of produce....
Food as Medicine
“Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food”, is a popular quote from Hippocrates, known as the father of Western medicine. Using food as medicine is not a new concept, in fact, this quote was said over 2500...
The Longevity Diet: Aging
Rounding out our Longevity Diet series, let's recap the Longevity Diet, explore why it was developed and link it to aging and chronic disease!    What is the Longevity Diet and how was it developed? The start of Dr. Longo’s...
Women's Health Week
This year (maybe more than any other) women have taken on the world. The pandemic has turned life upside down for many across the country, testing every fiber of a woman’s strength and stamina in extraordinary ways. Women have been...
The Longevity Diet: Protein
Have you ever wondered what causes people to age? What can we do to make us age healthy? What should I eat to live a longer, healthier life? If any of these questions resonate with you, there’s constant research being...
The Longevity Diet: Carbs
Carbohydrates are one of the most controversial concepts in today’s diet culture but why are they given such a bad rap? As a main source of fuel for our bodies, they shouldn’t be demonized; they should be embraced! Let’s talk...
Navigating an Ingredient Panel
Now more than ever people are becoming more health conscious by taking charge of their nutrition and what is put into their bodies. It can be extremely rewarding to make healthful food choices that can leave us feeling our absolute...
The Longevity Diet: Macros
Here at Nutrition for Longevity, we strive to provide you with meals that are well-balanced, nutritious, and of course, delicious! But what makes us so special and why is the Longevity Diet so beneficial to our health? Let’s talk about...
Improving Gut Health
Gut health may not be the first thing on our minds when we sit down to eat. However, our gut health plays a role in our everyday health. Proper gut health is an essential factor in how we feel every...
Conquering Quarantine Weight Gain
This time last year, the world began to shut down. Gyms emptied, offices closed, and our favorite restaurants became “take out” only. Our routines turned upside down, and it became hard to keep track of the days. A population that...
National Nutrition Month
  March is a highly notable month in the nutrition community. It marks the beginning of National Nutrition Month. What is National Nutrition Month? The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics created this annual campaign to promote nutrition information and education...
Dress in Blue Day
Did you know 1 in 24 people will be diagnosed with colon cancer this year?¹  If you were born in the 1990s or later, your risk of developing colon cancer increases 2x and for rectal cancer it’s 4x.¹  It’s estimated...
Sugar Cravings and Taste Buds
Have you ever wondered about the connection between your taste buds and your brain? Well, this connection is what informs us of which foods we prefer to eat and which foods we may not particularly enjoy. More importantly, it can...
Coffee Part IV: What's brewin?
What *is* brewing? The brewing process of coffee consists of cooking the ground beans, which plays a key role in extracting the flavor and antioxidants from the coffee we consume. The brewing process combines science and technology to create the...
Coffee Part III: More From Your Cup
What are some facts about coffee? ☕ Coffee has gained widespread popularity since it was first brewed in the 15th century. ☕ Coffee has had its ups and downs since its debut, from being banned by rulers and major religious...