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The #1 Anti-Aging Tips Doctors Use Themselves — Eat This Not That – Eat This, Not That

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If you know any doctors—we mean, know them well—you know the deep, dark secret hiding under their lab coats: They’re human. “Doctors are not really known to take care of themselves as much as they should!” admits Dr. Thomas Jeneby, a plastic surgeon from Texas. “But there are some perks!” One perk is that they know how to be healthy—better than anyone—whether they live that way or not. Which is why we asked the experts what you should do to live longer. Read on to fi…….

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If you know any doctors—we mean, know them well—you know the deep, dark secret hiding under their lab coats: They’re human. “Doctors are not really known to take care of themselves as much as they should!” admits Dr. Thomas Jeneby, a plastic surgeon from Texas. “But there are some perks!” One perk is that they know how to be healthy—better than anyone—whether they live that way or not. Which is why we asked the experts what you should do to live longer. Read on to find out more—and to ensure your health and the health of others, don’t miss these Sure Signs You’ve Already Had COVID.

“Pet ownership is a 24/7 form of pet therapy and is a personal stress reducer for me,” says Carmen Echols, MD. “Shortly after my husband and I married, we got a dog—that we still own, by the way. After especially challenging days at work, I sit on the couch and watch TV while petting the dog and find that simple activity so relaxing.”

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“I’ll tell you my experience in the field of holistic medicine what I’ve learned from other top doctors,” says Dean C. Mitchell, M.D., Clinical Assistant Professor at Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine.

  • “Some form of meditation: it can be walking, swimming or even sitting—preferably in nature.”
  • “Careful with their diet: Plant-based being main item on their plate; eating lots of natural foods: nuts, seeds, fruits.”
  • “Exercise: cardio and weight-training.”
  • “Stretching or yoga—flexibility is so important as you age.”
  • “Keeping your brain young by taking on new challenges: travel, vacations every two months is great for mental sharpness, learning new areas and listening to music.”

The simple things really work!

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“Some studies have shown that having a purpose in life helps to maintain mental and possibly physical health and benefit longevity. Intuitively this makes sense as it maintains an energetic ‘drive’ in life,” says Jack J Springer, MD, Assistant Professor Emergency Medicine at Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra-Northwell. “This purpose can be intellectual, emotional, physical or spiritual. Before writing my new book, I focus on the purpose—helping people with anxiety—which is energizing physically and mentally. It also allows for more focus which decreases distraction and ‘wasted’ time spent doing things that may, in the short term, feel good, but ultimately are taking time from more beneficial, healthful and rewarding activities.”

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“One thing physicians do to live longer is to go to the doctor!” says Carmen Echols, MD. “Many people assume that we physicians can take care of our own health concerns merely because …….

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