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This is a thread where we can all post our help tips and we can all live forever.

 

So, i have made a plan for living over 100, i'm currently 14 years old and i live in Australia, i use to have a lot of Asthma attacks when i was an infant but now they are only minor and only happen when i exercise. My mum has a really weak type 1 diabetes because of her Slow Metabolism.

 

By the age of 50 i will exercise with 3 minutes of intense sport at least once and week and i will probably be on the 5:2 diet.  http://the5-2dietbook.com/basics

 

By the age of 60 i will each majorly processed food only once or twice a week, (chips, ice-cream, biscuits)

 

By the age of 65 i will eat red meat only once or twice a week.

 

By the age of 70 i will stop consuming all processed food and eat healthy.

 

I might also move to a more rural place if the current area i live in becomes smoggy/too industrialised.

 

I will never touch a cigarette or Alcohol.

 

I will eat 1 Hot Chilli every day. http://time.com/3984...-chili-peppers/

 

I will drink 1 or 2 cups of Coffee every day.  https://news.usc.edu...reased-risk-of-

colorectal-cancer/

 

I will eat a pizza once every week. http://www.opposingv...ces-risk-cancer

 

I will go to the doctors twice every month for a checkup. 

 

Do you guys have any Health tips?



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You're forgetting one thing that can actually make or break whether you will live beyond 100 - your DNA.

 

Have your DNA genome screened for potential diseases and change your lifestyle to preempt them if it can be done.


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You're forgetting one thing that can actually make or break whether you will live beyond 100 - your DNA.

 

Have your DNA genome screened for potential diseases and change your lifestyle to preempt them if it can be done.

Oh yeah r.i.p i don't even know what my blood type is but that is my parents fault, i really want a DNA test so i can find out my weakness, my strengths and my heritage. 



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one of your articles (the one on spicy foods) says this "very small-sized human studies". which is an immediate red flag because studie size is everything. also capsaicin causes inflamation so i dont understand how that is helpfull. from what i learned in collage, inflamation is very bad for you. i understand that foods like peppers cand have alot of nutrition in them and that is good, but i feel like they have the causation misplaced.

 

also as far as advice goes dont get sun tans, and go through hormone replacement therapy to make yourself female because they live longer and HRT can simulate what keeps them alive longer. also move to japan in a sub-urban location because they have the best life expectancy.


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Pisiu, seriously I have underwear older than you. As a fourteen year old I think life extension is a done deal for someone your age

It's likely at my age of 37 but not for sure and those who are fifty and over it's 50/50 this is all with current momentum and not

relying on ASI or quantum computers to aide us so that might be brought forward.

I doubt you'll see the age of fifty biologically and will be able to eat and exercise as much or as little as you like.

I seriously wish I was your age.


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Pisiu, seriously I have underwear older than you.

 

Now, I have my coffee all over my desk.

 

Thanks for the near-death experience, pal.


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Pisiu, seriously I have underwear older than you. 

 

That, my friends, is the quote of the century.



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one of your articles (the one on spicy foods) says this "very small-sized human studies". which is an immediate red flag because studie size is everything. also capsaicin causes inflamation so i dont understand how that is helpfull. from what i learned in collage, inflamation is very bad for you. i understand that foods like peppers cand have alot of nutrition in them and that is good, but i feel like they have the causation misplaced.

 

also as far as advice goes dont get sun tans, and go through hormone replacement therapy to make yourself female because they live longer and HRT can simulate what keeps them alive longer. also move to japan in a sub-urban location because they have the best life expectancy.

capsaicin has both analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties.

 

light to moderate sun exposure provides vitamin D in bioavailable form that helps immune function and lowers inflammation.

 

female hormone replacement therapy can really damage a male body. It strains liver and kidneys as well as increases risks for blood clots, stroke, diabetes, and thyroid disfunction.


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one of your articles (the one on spicy foods) says this "very small-sized human studies". which is an immediate red flag because studie size is everything. also capsaicin causes inflamation so i dont understand how that is helpfull. from what i learned in collage, inflamation is very bad for you. i understand that foods like peppers cand have alot of nutrition in them and that is good, but i feel like they have the causation misplaced.

 

also as far as advice goes dont get sun tans, and go through hormone replacement therapy to make yourself female because they live longer and HRT can simulate what keeps them alive longer. also move to japan in a sub-urban location because they have the best life expectancy.

capsaicin has both analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties.

 

light to moderate sun exposure provides vitamin D in bioavailable form that helps immune function and lowers inflammation.

 

female hormone replacement therapy can really damage a male body. It strains liver and kidneys as well as increases risks for blood clots, stroke, diabetes, and thyroid disfunction.

 

I'd rather take Vitamin D tablets when i'm 60 instead of risking sun cancer.



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Pisiu, seriously I have underwear older than you. As a fourteen year old I think life extension is a done deal for someone your age

It's likely at my age of 37 but not for sure and those who are fifty and over it's 50/50 this is all with current momentum and not

relying on ASI or quantum computers to aide us so that might be brought forward.

I doubt you'll see the age of fifty biologically and will be able to eat and exercise as much or as little as you like.

I seriously wish I was your age.

Thanks, but i've made this thread to help everyone live longer, not just me.



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what's with the weird waiting until you're 60 stuff.

 

Take vitamin d3 regulaly now.

 

exercise more and moderate red meat now.

 

I think the doc twice a month is a bit much unless you already have regular appointments to manage a condition.


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what's with the weird waiting until you're 60 stuff.

 

Take vitamin d3 regulaly now.

 

exercise more and moderate red meat now.

 

I think the doc twice a month is a bit much unless you already have regular appointments to manage a condition.

Yeah i agree with the doc twice a month, maybe once every 2 months. I don't want to limit my diet and such right now as i'm not at a very high risk of cancer so i'd like to live my life the way i want to until im 60.



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one of your articles (the one on spicy foods) says this "very small-sized human studies". which is an immediate red flag because studie size is everything. also capsaicin causes inflamation so i dont understand how that is helpfull. from what i learned in collage, inflamation is very bad for you. i understand that foods like peppers cand have alot of nutrition in them and that is good, but i feel like they have the causation misplaced.

 

also as far as advice goes dont get sun tans, and go through hormone replacement therapy to make yourself female because they live longer and HRT can simulate what keeps them alive longer. also move to japan in a sub-urban location because they have the best life expectancy.

capsaicin has both analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties.

 

light to moderate sun exposure provides vitamin D in bioavailable form that helps immune function and lowers inflammation.

 

female hormone replacement therapy can really damage a male body. It strains liver and kidneys as well as increases risks for blood clots, stroke, diabetes, and thyroid disfunction.

 

check this out https://en.wikipedia...anism_of_action also if you look at the section on its medical uses the amounts used are very small so eating alot of it is probably bad. because all drugs can be piosons it just depends on the dosage, also you can more reliably get vitamin d from man made sources expecialy when you get old, for instance my father has vitamen d deficiancy even though he gets plenty of sun exposure because of his age.


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Look up fasting to slow your metabolism.

Everyone over-eats in the first world. Its also part of todays culture to eat at least 3 enjoyable meals, which is the hardest part, i try to skip breakfast only. However i wouldnt worry about it while you are growing.
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I will go to the doctors twice every month for a checkup. 

 

Do you guys have any Health tips?

 

Twice a month? Ain't nobody got time for that. :fie:

 

I do intermittent fasting every day in the morning and workout on an empty stomach. I take my vitamins and get fresh air. What else can you really do?







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