Longevity Is Low Tech

April 23, 2019  by Dr. Suki Munsell

…And self-care benefits all.

We have the power to delay our aging process – from the inside out.  Research continues to prove that people who exercise grow biologically younger. Senior exercisers can appear 30 years younger than their non-exercising peers.


Surprisingly, we can control even our genetic expression through exercise and diet when wisely balanced with rest, sleep and play.  the best possible exercises turn out to be the ones we love doing, that fit into our schedule, and we can see ourselves doing for a lifetime, such as walking.

The medical community describes walking as “the magic pill” for its multiple benefits, including reducing the risk of chronic disease, activating the lymphatic system, eliminating toxins, fighting infection, strengthening immunity, delay8ing cognitive decline–and the list goes on.  What’s better, all we need is to walk 15-20 minutes at a moderate pace three to six times per week.

…this article, Longevity is Low Tech, is published in eBella Magazine.  Read the entire article here.

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