You Avoid Red Meat
Occasionally consuming beef, lamb, or pork is fine if you limit servings to around two ounces, but when you exceed 18 ounces of red meat weekly, you increase your risk of colorectal cancer.
The risk of developing colorectal cancer also increases with every three or so ounce serving of processed meat consumed each day. Bottom line, eating too much red and processed meat shortens lives.
Researchers tracked runners and nonrunners over two decades. The results? Adults who spent 5 hours a week running lived longer. They also showed better physical and cognitive function as they aged.
Aerobic exercise strengthens the immune system, keeping the body healthy. For people short on time who don’t enjoy running, walking for just 20 minutes daily can offer life-extending benefits.