Ever wondered why our ancestors lived longer lives than we do these days? A lot of it has to do with what they ate then, and how they ate it, which is unarguably a lot different from what we eat now, and how we eat it. There are some foods that have the capacity to increase your span, by keeping you healthy.

We have compiled a few of these foods for you. Check them out;
A variety of beans

Beans are a source of healthy vegetable protein which is the easiest way to build your body. Beans have fiber which helps the body digest other foods and is not a source of bad fats. Unfortunately, beans is not one of the most liked foods. A lot of people prefer rice.

bowl of garlic
A bowl of garlic

If you don’t eat fresh garlic, then you are at risk constantly. Garlic helps kill harmful microorganisms and keep your body clean of all helminthes. It also improves the immune system. If only we didn’t have to deal with the smelly aftermath.

Broccoli in a bowl

Broccoli is a wonderful source of vitamin K, which helps build strong bones and supports the immune system to fight illnesses. Be sure you cook it correctly.

Olive Oil
Bottles of Olive oil

Among all the different kinds of oil, olive oil is filled with healthy fats, acids, and flavonoids. It helps increase heart health, and to build strong and elastic blood vessels. Make sure you include olive oil in your everyday diet.

Raw Salmon

Salmon is a common food that is classified as an oily fish, with a rich content of protein and Omega-3 fatty acids. so,if you are not a vegetarian, make sure you include protein-rich salmon in your diet, because it provides you with healthy fats that aren’t likely to be found anywhere else.

An assortment of berries

All fresh berries are wonderful to consume. It is best to eat them in season, but frozen berries are the best alternative. However, when fruit is cooked and tinned it loses nearly all its goodness.

Plucked Spinach leaves

This green leafy vegetable contains a huge amount of lutein. Consuming spinach helps protect your immune system, eyes, and women’s health. Lutein plays a major role in ovulation and the possibility of becoming pregnant

Raw Walnuts

Walnuts are full of vital microelements for your body and brain. A lot of healthy fats are available to support human’s nervous system. Eat at least ¼ cup per day to supply your body with needed minerals.

Yoghurt mixed with fruits

Fresh milk should be consumed every day. But yoghurt is wonderful for everyone. It helps create and maintain the body’s microflora and aids in full digestion of the food you eat.


Egg whites are full of protein. The yolks were reported as being bad for our health. However, recent studies showed that eating the yolk and whites together is much healthier than eating only the whites.

Dried fruits
A variety of dried fruits

These options are especially helpful in winter when fresh fruit is not available. Dried fruit retains a lot of healthy microelements and vitamins. They also create additional immune power during the cold months of the year.


Lemons are probably the best food to eat if you lack vitamin C. The lemon’s flavonoids help to depress the growth of cancer cells and can help prevent a number of other diseases including flu.

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