Category Archives: Nutrition

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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Are you slowing down your metabolism?

Is it hard for you to lose weight? Do you feel that you gain weight easily? Here are 4 lifestyle blunders that may slow down your metabolism! Take a look at your habits and make adjustments if you find that … Continue reading

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Mint Avocado Smoothie

Loaded with vitamin C, iron, calcium and vitamin A, this creamy, mint-flavored, green smoothie will brighten your holiday season! Ingredients: ½ ripe avocado 1/2 banana (fresh or frozen) A handful of baby spinach (about 1 cup) ½ cup fresh mint … Continue reading

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20 Anti-Aging Foods!

Eat these anti-aging foods throughout the week as each one offers a unique anti-aging property! Avocados Pecans Broccoli Cucumbers Berries Apples Beans Eggs Kale Oats Red Wine Pomegranates Oranges Pumpkin Green Tea Oysters Salmon Almonds Spinach Watermelon

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Can Eating Broccoli Really Help You Beat Signs of Aging?

Can Eating Broccoli Really Help You Beat Signs of Aging? by Mallory Spinelli, RD Recent studies suggest it may. A powerful compound called Nicotinamide mononucleotide (NMN), which is found in green fruits and vegetables like broccoli and avocados, showed more … Continue reading

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3 Essential Tips for Your Next Business Trip

For many of Princeton Longevity Center’s clients, traveling for business is part of a normal work week. We’ve found that some simple tips can go a long way in improving and/or supporting one’s health on the road. Here is a … Continue reading

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A Pumpkin Lover’s Guide to Fall Foods

by Mallory Spinelli, RDN Fall officially kicked off on September 22nd, and already pumpkin season is in full swing. Pumpkin beer, pumpkin bread, pumpkin spice lattes (PSL). Pumpkin is virtually everywhere, and from a nutrition standpoint, that’s not necessarily a … Continue reading

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Add Another Layer of Sun Protection with These Foods

The direct cause of sunburn to the skin is the sun’s ultraviolet radiation, which comes in UVA and UVB forms. UV sunrays trigger production of unstable oxygen molecules called free radicals. Excess free radicals created by overexposure to sun may … Continue reading

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Quick Dehydration Info!

With the July heat in full effect, it’s important to pay attention to any signs of dehydration. Dehydration can happen to anyone from kids to healthy adults to seniors. It happens when you’ve lost too much water in your body … Continue reading

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Hidden Sources of Added Sugar

By Deborah Jeffery, RDN Due to the negative health effects of a high added sugar intake, the 2015 Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommended that added sugars be limited to less than 10% of a person’s total daily caloric intake. For … Continue reading

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