Tasty Treat Slashes Your Death Risk in HALF
We all know those “super seniors” who never seem to age.
They don’t get diseases… they stay spry and energetic well into their golden years… and they live long, healthy lives.
Well, how would you like to be one of them?
Researchers have discovered a simple secret that could slash your risk of dying early in HALF!
Imagine being able to add 5… or 10… or MORE quality years to your life.
It’s easier than you think.
And all you have to do is load up on some of the tastiest snacks around.
Incredible new research has revealed just how easy it is to live longer.
All you have to do is eat more nuts and seeds!
According to recent research, the omega-6 fatty acids in nuts and seeds can actually cut your risk of premature death nearly in half.
Over the course of 22 years, researchers from the University of Eastern Finland looked at fatty-acid levels of 2,480 men.
Participants were split into five groups according to average blood linoleic acid levels (the most common polyunsaturated omega- 6 fatty acid).
Over the duration of the study, 1,143 participants died due to various diseases and ailments – and most of them had consistently low blood fatty-acid levels.
On the other hand, guys with high levels of linoleic acid had a 43 percent lower risk of premature death.
You see, omega-6 fatty acids, found in nuts and seeds, help keep inflammation in check.
That means they can slash your chances of developing cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes, and cancer.
So, how can you get these benefits for yourself?!
The best sources of omega-6 fatty acids are: flaxseeds, flaxseed oil, hempseed oil, hempseeds, grapeseed oil, pumpkin seeds, raw sunflower seeds, pine nuts, pistachios, borage oil, evening primrose oil, black currant seed oil, and acai.
Additionally, adding cranberries, green tea, salmon, blueberries, and olive oil to your diet can boost your omega-6 levels.
All of these incredible ingredients are available at your local health food store. Just be sure to shop organic!
Fighting For Your Health,
Executive Director, Alliance For Advanced Health