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Most of us want to be healthy, yet we mindlessly stay up extra late to scroll on our devices, eat past the point of fullness and sit for most of the day — decisions that are detrimental to our health and well-being.

And the decisions we make today are what pave the way for how we feel tomorrow, and the day after tomorrow and the day after!

There are many things outside of our control that can impact our longevity. However, taking good care of ourselves — physically and psychologically — is something we can all choose on a daily basis. This intention can help increase your chances of living a long, healthy and meaningful life.

There are no guarantees in life, but follow these 25 simple longevity tips and it’s likely you’ll be living well into your golden years!

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Meet Your Host

Stanford Graham, JD

Stanford Graham, JD

Stanford Graham is an entrepreneur, athlete, lawyer and the founder/CEO of Elements for Athletes, LLC. He practiced law in Utah for over 23 years, and his creative and entrepreneurial pursuits have resulted in patents for innovative, nationally recognized learning products for children. Breaking the world record for the 50+ men’s mile run led him to launch Elements Meals in 2017. 

Self-taught in nutrition science, his innovative, freeze-dried Elements Meals have captured the attention and collaboration of leading academic research and technology teams, including the University of South Carolina, NASA sponsored lunar and Martian simulation missions, and leading companies such as Whole30, Spartan Races, RMI and the Belgian Special Forces. Obsessed and driven to make nutrient dense, whole food meals available to all, he is laser-focused on intersecting cutting-edge technologies with the highest quality whole foods to capture, preserve and deliver whole food solutions that support and amplify health. 

In 2020, he joined the executive team of Evolution Nutraceuticals, creating and accelerating Evolution’s marketing platforms for its revolutionary and scientifically proven nitric oxide supplement, CARDIO Miracle. He considers working with his long-time friend John Hewlett, Evolution’s founder/CEO and Cardio Miracle formulator, the chance of a lifetime.

Stanford holds degrees in philosophy, economics and Italian from Brigham Young University, and a Juris Doctorate from Villanova’s School of Law.

 

Special Guest

Robert Scott Bell, DA, Hom

Robert Scott Bell, DA, Hom

Robert Scott Bell, the host of The Robert Scott Bell Show and in broadcast media since 1999, covers news stories in the health, political and economic worlds for two hours each day, six days a week in both radio and TV formats. His commentary crosses the political, economic and cultural divide, drawn from his 20+ years of experience in the natural healthcare sector, whether providing direct support to those in need or working with physicians on their toughest cases. He makes sense out of medical propaganda, taking the complex and breaking it down into forms much easier to understand. His bottom line is bringing the freedom and power to heal back to the people, where it belongs.

You will be amazed by the amount of information about healing that is kept secret from you and what you can do to learn more about it! Robert Scott Bell is a homeopathic practitioner and has served on the board of the American Association of Homeopathic Pharmacists. He has a passion for health and healing unmatched by anybody in media. He personally overcame numerous chronic diseases over 24 years ago using natural healing principles and has dedicated his life to revealing the healing power within us all.