8 Incredible foods to enhance your longevity


The Incredible Foods You Eat And The Longevity

Are you interested in living a full and healthy life? Do you want to make sure that you live for a prolonged period of time, without your health being impaired? If you have answered affirmatively to either one of these two questions, you should keep on reading this article. In the paragraphs that follow, you will discover no less than eight incredible foods, guaranteed to enhance your longevity and help you enjoy a better state of health.

Editor’s Note:

As the World is getting ready to celebrate yet another World Health Day on April 7, this Guest post will be a timely piece to the readers of Philipscom.  Thanks, Sophie Addison for this timely and valuable post.  Keep sharing.  May you have a great time of sharing and caring ahead.   ~Philip

Keep sharing.  May you have a great time of sharing and caring ahead.   ~Philip

May you have a great time of sharing and caring ahead.   ~Philip


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#1 Leafy greens

Leafy greens are rich in vitamins and nutrients, representing the staple of any diet. It might interest you to know that they also contain a lot of proteins, being more than suited for the health of the brain. In fact, by eating a lot of leafy greens, you won’t have to ask yourself how to improve memory. It is also important to know that leafy greens are alkaline, which means that they can protect the body against cancer and other similar conditions. Among the most recommended choices, there are spinach, kale, Swiss chard, broccoli, collard greens and arugula.

#2 Red-colored fruits

Red-colored fruits, such as different types of berries and pomegranates, present unbelievable anti-aging properties. Rich in antioxidants, they protect against the damage done by free radicals, ensuring the health of vital organs, such as the heart or the brain. At the same time, they prevent the appearance of neurodegenerative conditions, such as Alzheimer’s disease or dementia. Thanks to the high content of fiber, they also support the proper health of the gastrointestinal tract.

#3 Cacao

We have often heard about cacao being a superfood and for all the right reasons. It has been confirmed that cacao can support both the health of the heart and the brain, being rich in vitamins, nutrients, and even antioxidants. Consumed on a regular basis, it can help one maintain the blood pressure at a steady level, not to mention it stabilizes blood sugar levels and it represents a source of healthy fats. Whether consumed as such or as cocoa, it can also support the health of the gastrointestinal system, promoting the development of beneficial microflora.

#4 Orange-colored veggies

Root veggies are well-known for their healthy properties, but the ones that are orange colored seem to stand at the top of the list. This is because of orange-colored root veggies, such as squash, pumpkin, and sweet potatoes, are rich in beta-carotene, which is vitamin A in disguise. Consumed on a regular basis, they can protect against different types of cancer and, at the same time, they support the health of the heart. They are rich in fiber, and they represent a good source of complex carbs, allowing the metabolism to function within normal levels.

#5 Nuts and seeds

Both nuts and seeds present genuine anti-inflammatory properties, being often presented as the best brain foods. They represent an ideal source of omega-3 fatty acids, which are essential for the proper functioning of vital organs, including the brain and the heart. Among the most recommended choices, there are walnuts, pecans, pumpkin seeds, flax and chia seeds. Other nuts, such as almonds and cashews, are indicated for consumption, as they are rich in minerals, such as magnesium and iron. Moreover, all nuts and seeds can regulate the metabolism, help you fight chronic tiredness

#6 Avocados

Avocado is one of the most beloved foods out there, thanks to its rich taste and unique texture. But, at the same time, it has incredible health benefits, especially when it comes to protecting the heart against age-related conditions. It is rich in nutrients, vitamins, and minerals, representing a source of healthy fats; moreover, the good news is that it can be easily integrated into one’s diet. Many people consume avocados at breakfast, as it provides them with energy for several hours. The fats included in avocados are easier to digest than those coming from animals, having healthy and beneficial properties at the same time.

#7 Coconuts

Coconuts are delicious to the taste, and they can be easily integrated into the diet, having a wide range of beneficial properties about a person’s health. They represent a good source of healthy fats, not to mention fibers and proteins, stimulating the proper functioning of the immune system and the brain at the same time. Coconut stimulates the production of healthy cholesterol, reducing the risk of heart disease and it also has anti-inflammatory properties. Consumed on a regular basis, it can stabilize insulin levels, being recommended including to those who have diabetes.

#8 Apples

The saying “an apple a day keeps the doctor away” is not just a saying but an actual thing. Apples are a fountain of health, ensuring the necessary protection for both the heart and the brain. When you consume apples on a daily basis, you also keep the risk of cancer down to a minimum. Apples are also rich in antioxidants, they can stabilize blood sugar levels, and they represent a good source of healthy fiber (beneficial for the health of the GI tract). To keep a healthy brain, you can also consider taking Geniux, a brain enhancement product which promises to increase your level of mental energy and the overall cognitive functioning.

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These are a couple of foods, which you should include in your diet, on a regular basis. As you have seen, all of them come from nature, representing excellent sources of vitamins, nutrients, and minerals. Moreover, many of them, if not all, are rich in antioxidants, reducing the risk of cancer and protecting the health of vital organs, such as the heart or the brain. 


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Author Bio: 

Sophie Addison is a popular blogger and skincare expert.  She is very passionate about writing on skincare and beauty.  She is an active contributor of many health and lifestyle magazines and blogs including glozine lifestyle.  She has posted articles on tips for fine lines and wrinkles, best eye creams, weight loss and fitness news. Apart from here routine job she likes gardening and listening music. You can also reach her on Facebook, and Pinterest.

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20 thoughts on “8 Incredible foods to enhance your longevity

  1. Hi Philip and Sophie,

    This sure came at the appropriate time for me. I’m “tracking” my intake of foods lately. I need to loose some of my “winter weight” and am eating only whole foods.

    I like to have a few colors at a meal. Roots like beets coupled with a yellow squash and so on. It is good fuel for my body as well as looking appetizing.

    Thanks for this!


    1. Hi Donna,
      What a joy to see you here again after a bit gap.
      Nice to know that Sophie’s share is a timely one to you.
      Thanks for sharing your likes too.
      May you and yours have a healthy days ahead.
      ~ Philip

  2. Hi Philip,

    Cacao is making a big push to the top of this list. Heard great things about it.

    We enjoyed fresh cacao in a remote Costa Rican jungle last year. I picked it off of a tree in the wilds, sampled and my energy levels jumped for hours. I hope it was not a strain of cocaine LOL. Seriously though, all food stuffs above are pure gold. I eat each on the regular. Maybe I can be as old as Yoda.

    Thanks for sharing :)


    1. Hi Ryan,
      It’s indeed a great joy to see you here after a while.
      I appreciate your valuable time.
      Nice to know your encounter with Cacao the superfoods.
      Yes, it really works as miracle food.
      Thanks Ryan for your valuable visit and the experience shared.
      May you and Kelly have a great and healthy journey ahead.
      Have a wonderful week ahead.
      ~ Philip

  3. This is an interesting and informative post. Indeed the need of the hour article! Actually, I am in search of such a post. Due to heavy Summers in India now and already too much of pollution spreading all over the major cities including our Hyderabad city, the is a big question mark for the health and possible longevity of life. Thanks to Sophie for bringing us an informative article and Mr.Philips for allowing to publish the same. Have a great day!

    1. Hello Gurunath,
      What a joy to see you here after a long gap.
      Nice to know that you are doing fine.
      Good to know that this post is very helpful to you.
      Yes, the veggie things as well as fruits are really good for a healthy life, especially in this season of hot weather.
      Keep visiting
      Keep sharing
      Best Regards
      ~ Philip

    1. Thanks Ella for your valuable visit here for the first time and for the feedback.
      Keep visiting
      Best Regards
      ~ Philip

  4. Oh my! This is such a great reminder! Leafy vegetables is so important and we need to take our health as serous as we take other life pursuits. Thanks for sharing!

    1. Hi Jessica,
      Thanks a lot for your valuable visit and comment.
      I appreciate your share, yes, leafy vegetables are a healthy food.
      Best Regards
      ~ Philip

  5. Hello Philip! This is a different direction here on your blog but I loved this article by Sophie! I had no idea that Avocado’s were so good for you> I love the color factor and will think more about this when shopping..
    Great job
    Chery :))

    1. Woo Hooo
      What a joy to see you here again!!!
      Hope you are doing well!
      Hey, yeah it’s really good to go Vegan!!
      Sophie, did a wonderful job here with this post.
      Thanks my dear friend for your lovely comment/
      Keep sharing.
      Best Regards
      ~ Philip

  6. Hi Philip & Sophie,

    With the exception of cacao, I already eat everything on this healthy list of foods that may help us live longer – and, I’m pretty darn old! Good post and interesting information. Thanks,

    1. Hi Edward,
      Happy to see here again after a bit gap.
      Hope you are doing fine.
      It is really nice to know that you are a wonderful consumer of these items/foods mentioned in this post. Yes, I am sure that is the secret of your BIG Energy!!! LOL
      Keep sharing
      Have a good day
      ~ Phil

  7. Great job Sophie and Philip!
    Your list is great too, having these healthy choices on your list, will keep you away from troubles and drive a lot of benefits to you. But, I think moderation should be there, right?

    Thanks Sophie for writing this wonderful post, I loved it!

    Keep rocking!

  8. Hi, I have really enjoyed and taken note of all your post am already taking some on regular basis but I will do well to put all into practice. Thank you so much for this piece.

  9. Nice article! You shared some essential foods which would be really helpful to stay healthy. I like this article so much. Thanks and keep sharing.

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