The power of food to push you into longevity is undeniable.
The Longevity Diet
The Nutrition for Longevity meals are formulated from decades of research in the areas of the world where people live longest. The Longevity Diet is not a diet as much as it’s a lifestyle.
Our weekly recipes focus on five pillars of longevity that help you achieve balance in your life today, and assists in addressing the health concerns correlating to enhancing longevity. This includes clean healthy plant-based food as a foundation, and the Longevity Diet Meal Kits make it easy to enjoy delicious meals that meet your precise calorie and dietary needs.
Professor Valter Longo, Director of the Longevity Institute at the University of Southern California and author of The Longevity Diet, has unveiled the dietary secrets supporting long and graceful aging. His research focused on understanding cell interaction with nutrition in the diets of people over age 100.
His work culminated with a program he calls the Longevity Diet, a plant-based diet which includes small portions of sea food periodically as source of protein (pescatarian) and fasting a few times a year.
Natural weight management
Restoring your metabolism with the right nutrition consistently provides your body the building blocks it needs to lose weight naturally. The best path to long-term weight management is a diet high in nutrient-dense and fiber rich vegetables plus protein from sustainably-caught fish, which is exactly what Nutrition For Longevity provides.
Our meal delivery subscriptions ensure that you get a consistent, precise calorie and nutrient intake with foods focused on providing the macro and micro nutrients that will help you optimize your overall physical health and maintain steady energy. A mind and body made healthier from stabilized nutrition is better able to handle the challenges every day brings.
Balanced meals to promote balanced health. Our daily meal kit program includes at least 6 servings of fruits and vegetables, >25 grams of fiber, and <30% of calories from fat*.
*Diets low in saturated fat and cholesterol and high in fruits, vegetables, and fiber may reduce the risk of some cancers and heat disease. Amount provided in 3 meals daily.