“The best advice continues to be Michael Pollan’s: ‘Eat food, not too much,’” says Simin Nikbin Meydani, PhD, director on the USDA–Human Nutrition Research facility on Aging at Tufts University. Beyond that, try these science-backed strategies.
Don’t skimp on vegetables
Eat five vegetables and fruits each day, preferably more, to slash your risk of cardiovascular disease, stroke, and cancer.
Have fish for dinner
Eat fish two or three times 7 days. Make no less than one an oily fish like salmon for that omega-3 fatty acids, which might be recognized by reduce disease-causing inflammation
Operate in low-fat yogurt daily. It’s full of macrobiotics, an important focus of current research for its immune-boosting potential.
Focus on fiber
Get fiber at least 25g per day by eating fruits, veggies, and grain. A top fiber diet can lower your risk of dying from any cause, say researchers on the National Cancer Institute