How to eat for a healthier and longer life.
Diet is one of the most important factors for those interested in living a longer and healthier life. Longevity researcher, Professor Alexey Moskalev
The recommendations below may not be new to you. Medical researchers and physicians continually recommend plant-based diets for good health and longevity. However, Professor Moskalev’s recommendations are easy to remember and easy to incorporate into your meal plans and simple rules.
Dietary guidelines for a healthier and longer life
What you eat should be enjoyable not prescriptive. Think of the tips as guidelines not a perscription.
Eat your fruits and vegetables on a daily basis.
1/ Three servings of vegetables and should include leafy vegetables per day.
2/ One serving of fruit per day.
Eat small amounts of protein and Omega-3 fatty acids on a weekly basis.
1/ Legumes and nuts at least once per week.
2/ Fish or seafood one to two times per week.
Make sure to eat these items on a regular basis.
1/ Olive oil
3/ Whole grain cereals
Exclude or minimize these items in your diet
Treats now and then are fine. Just don’t overdo it.
2/ Soft drinks
4/ Processed and packaged foods
Simple rules for optimizing your diet for longevity
The simple rules may help optimize your diet for a longer and healthier life. However, research on calorie restriction and intermittent fasting is ongoing.
1/ Don’t snack between meals.
2/ Stop eating three hours before bed
3/ Skip a meal three or four times/week – alternatively stated, eat only two meals/day.
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