The Superhuman Shortlist - October 2019

October 01, 2019

The Superhuman Shortlist - October 2019

Get inspired with our monthly list of articles & resources on health, wellness, and graceful aging to motivate you to #liveyourbestlife.

Hand-picked by your Superhuman friends at Team Amandean

1. Optimism & Longevity

Article: 5-Min Read

We loved NPR's article on a long-term study linking optimism to longevity! And hey, if you're not naturally a half glass full kind of person, there's a few tips in here on how you can shift your mindset to the brighter side of life. Read the full article here.

1. Your Genes Are Not Your Fate

Video: 15-Min Watch

If you haven't seen this insightful TED Talk by Professor Dean Ornish, then you're in for a real treat. Needing a little bit more motivation to stick to your daily exercise and healthy nutrition regime? In just 15mins, this inspiring video will let you learn all about how when you live healthier, eat better, exercise, and love more, your brain cells actually increase. If that's not an incentive to drink your collagen coffee every morning we're not sure what is:) Watch the full video here

3. Is Intermittent Fasting Key to Heath?

Podcast: 40-Min Listen

If you prefer to listen rather than read, head over to Goop's podcast archive and become part of an expert conversation about the increasingly popular practice of Intermittent Fasting (IF) and the positive impacts it has on your health. If you're already convinced, then also check out our own article on how adding a daily scoop of collagen to your feeding periods will enhance your results from fasting. Listen to the full podcast here.

5. Deep Nutrition: Why Your Genes Need Traditional Foods

Book: 470 Pages

Deep Nutrition is a self-published success by biochemist Cate Shanahan, M.D. In this book, Cate examines today's top nutrition trends from the Mediterranean, Okinawa, and Paleo. From here she pulls our four main nutritional strategies that consistently lead to “strong, healthy, intelligent children, and active, vital elders, generation after generation.

Another great argument that family genetics do not have to determine your health in the long-term. If you’re interested in discovering a way to eat that is less about restriction and more about health, Deep Nutrition is for you. Get it here

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