Look at your longevity potential

Look at your longevity potential

Maybe you don’t know that some living habits that seem to be unimportant, or your living environment, will affect your life.

The March 13
issue of the US Preventive Journal lists 14 long-lived performances that do have scientific evidence.

  1.

The mother was still young at birth.

  A study by scientists at the University of Chicago found that when a person is born less than 25 years old, their chances of living to 100 are a couple of mothers over the age of 25 at birth.

  2.

Love to drink tea.

  One for 4.

A study of 550,000 Japanese men and women shows that people who drink at least 5 cups of tea a day have the lowest chance of dying from heart disease and stroke.

  3.

Walk 30 minutes a day.

  A recent study of 2,603 men and women shows that people who walk for about 30 minutes a day, regardless of their high levels of feces, are four times more likely to live longer than those who walk for 30 minutes a day.

  4.

Drink less carbonated drinks.

  American scientists have found that drinking more than one cola a day is associated with high blood pressure, diabetes and other diseases.

If you really want to drink a few mouthfuls of carbonated drinks, you can add some juice to it.

  5,

The legs are strong.

  ”The poor muscle strength of the legs indicates that the body is weak after entering the elderly.

“Strong legs, especially to prevent lumbar vertebrae fractures, have caused various complications due to fractures of the lumbar vertebrae, and 20% of patients will die within a year.

  6.

Eat purple food.

  A new study shows that purple grapes, blueberries and red wines can be polyphenols, which can reduce the risk of diabetes and prevent Alzheimer’s disease.

  7.

The weight is normal in adolescents.

  The researchers conducted a study of 137 African Americans and followed them from birth to 28 years of age. They found that overweight at age 14 increased the risk of developing type 2 diabetes in adulthood.

  8.

Eat less red meat.

  According to a report from the American Cancer Institute, if more than 510 grams of red meat is implanted per week, it will increase the risk of colorectal cancer.

99 grams of processed meat (such as bacon and cooked food) per day will increase the risk of colorectal cancer by 42%.

  9.

Going to college.

  A Harvard Medical School study found that people who were educated for more than 12
years had a longer life span than those who were relatively educated for 18 months.

  10.

sociable.

  ”Good interpersonal relationships are a response to a tense situation.

“Long-term stress can weaken the immune system and accelerate cell aging, ultimately reducing life expectancy by 4 to 8 years.

  11.
Friends are healthy.
  If a friend gains weight, the likelihood of the same thing happening to you will increase by 57%.

  12
Strong self-control.

  Compared with those who are not responsible, those who believe that they are self-disciplined and organized are more likely to live longer.

  13
Do not ask the babysitter.

  According to a study of 302 elderly people aged 70 or 80, using a vacuum cleaner, cleaning stairs or cleaning windows for more than an hour can burn about 285 calories for the average person and reduce the risk of death.30%.

  14.

Active personality.

  According to a study published in the journal Psychologist, about 17% of Americans are more active, and these people are healthier than those who are dull.