Here at the daily health we’ve written a great deal about the ‘sunshine vitamin’ focussing on vitamin D’s capacity to improve a range of measures of physical function, including fitness, muscular strength, balance and reaction time. It may seem strange but there also seems to be evidence that simply sitting the sun may be all it takes to get fitter and healthier… a luxury we won’t have in the northern hemisphere for some time to come.
With the growing number of older adults worldwide and the prospect of
retirement being a luxury that only the affluent can afford, those of us
with our full faculties in tact should make every effort to prevent age-
related disease such as Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) and dementia.
A recent Oxford University study suggests that a vitamin found in meat, fish and milk may help stave off memory loss and perhaps even dementia in old age. According to the results published in the journal, Neurology people with higher blood levels of vitamin B12 were six times less likely to experience brain shrinkage and dementia compared to people with lower vitamin B12 levels.
I know I am not alone when I say: We all want to live longer and age younger.
The key is to start early and to stay consistent in your anti-ageing regime. Here are 8 steps you may want to follow in an attempt to live longer and age younger.