Monthly Archives: January 2017

Seaweed-Cucumber Salad

Serves 4 Ingredients 1 oz. dried wakame seaweed ½ cup distilled white vinegar 1/3 cup sugar ½ tablespoon kosher salt 1 teaspoon black peppercorns 2 kirby cucumbers, sliced ¼” thick 1/2 medium daikon (Japanese white radish), peeled, thinly sliced Preparation … Continue reading

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3 Nutrition Trends to Follow in 2017

Just like in the fashion industry, each year in the nutrition field, trends that were once all the rage fade away and new trends emerge. Here at Princeton Longevity Center, we try to look into new trends and products to … Continue reading

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Less is Sometimes More

Most of us have probably heard at least one of the following statements when it comes to working out: You need to suffer to see results. If you’re not “killing yourself” it won’t work. Go hard or go home. Do … Continue reading

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Power Up Your Stride

Power and strength are two components of fitness that inevitably decline with age. Power is said to reduce 6-11% per decade from adulthood to older age and is the first fitness component to decline, followed by strength. The definition of … Continue reading

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Grow Your Glutes

Many of Americans spend at least 8 hours a day sitting on one of the top 5 strongest muscles in the human body. Your Gluteus Maximus has a large responsibility when is comes to stability of your lower back and hip … Continue reading

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Go Nuts for Heart Health – 10 Simple Ways to Incorporate Nuts in Your Daily Eating

  Top oatmeal, yogurt, or cottage cheese with almond or pistachio slivers to boost the nutrient density of your breakfast. Look for cereal brands that list nuts in the ingredient list, such as Ezekiel Sprouted Grain Cereal with Almonds, Kashi … Continue reading

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A Serving of Nuts a Day May Keep Heart Disease Away

We’ve all heard the health claims associated with nut consumption. They help lower cholesterol, provide protein and fiber, and can even help lower triglyceride levels. But in terms of disease prevention, are nuts really all they’re cracked up to be? … Continue reading

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