For as long as humanity has existed, we’ve wanted to live longer. Even the world’s oldest written story – the epic of Gilgamesh – is about eternal life.
But how do you guarantee a long and healthy life for yourself?
One sure way is to have a healthy body weight. Millions of lives are cut short each year by obesity, cardiac disease and type 2 diabetes – all linked to bad eating habits and fat gain.
That’s why eating healthy and staying lean is key to staying physically young as you get older.
According to U.S. researchers, one of the best ways to achieve both goals is the Mediterranean diet. People from Greece, Italy and other countries in the region live long, healthy lives… Even though they indulge in wine, pizza, and other foods we consider “bad”.
Fortunately, there are 2 surprising, affordable supplements that can help you get the same results without moving to Europe! Read until the end to find out more.
Supplement #1 – Resveratrol
Resveratrol is a powerful anti-oxidant that aids the removal of free radicals, which can cause cancer, heart disease and premature aging.
Resveratrol is found in red wine, which Europeans consume in large amounts. Researchers hypothesize this chemical is one of the main reasons for the Mediterranean diet’s health benefits. You can get it by eating grapes, drinking grape juice or consuming wine – preferably, red.
Outside of being an anti-oxidant, resveratrol acts in ways we don’t quite understand yet. Studies show it may extend your lifespan, protect you from Alzheimer’s and even reverse type 2 diabetes – but we’re not quite sure why.
Either way, if you aren’t getting resveratrol in your diet yet, you really should. You can do this by eating peanuts, blueberries, cranberries and, of course, red grape products – or just finding a good supplement.
Supplement #2 – Alpha Lipoic Acid (ALA)
Alpha Lipoic Acid is a very neat nutrient. It improves insulin sensitivity, which means it fights fat gain and type 2 diabetes. It’s also a strong antioxidant, just like resveratrol – so it prevents cancer, heart disease, aging and more.
Some studies also show that ALA might reduce the symptoms of peripheral neuropathy – nerve damage and loss of sense caused by diabetes. Amazing, right?
The coolest thing is, ALA is mostly hypoallergenic and makes a real difference even at low doses – so there’s really no excuse not to get some into your diet. ALA is abundant in Mediterranean foods like walnuts, pumpkin seeds, and canola oil, but you can also take it in supplement form.
So there you have it – 2 little-known supplements that make a real difference to how long (and well) you're going to live. And you can enjoy their benefits without moving to Europe!
In fact, if I can be honest with you, I have a hard time keeping up with buying red grapes for resveratrol and walnuts for ALA… So I’ve found a cheaper, easier way to get these “superhero” nutrients into my diet with no extra calories.
The Formula 3 Cell Activator contain ALA and Resveratrol. It also contains Aloe Vera, which, according to some studies, helps the body absorb micronutrients, making sure you get every last bit of goodness from your supplement.
If you want to live longer, feel younger and stay slim, check I strongly advise you to check Formula 3 out – it’s one of the best resveratrol supplements I’ve tried, and the addition of ALA really makes it a no-brainer.