Longevity Hacks

Longevity Hacks is a regular series from Inverse on the science-backed strategies to live smarter, healthier, and longer using the latest exercise, wellness, and sleep science.

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Longevity Hacks

Want to get better at exercising? Scientists endorse these 2 fitness hacks

New research endorses choosing specific goals and pushing yourself to start immediately.

Longevity Hacks

What is the healthiest sugary drink? It’s complicated.

A new sugar study may influence what you drink next.

Longevity Hacks

Scientists discover one kind of friend is best for brain health

And it costs zero dollars.

Longevity hacks

Scientists discover an unexpected connection between gut and heart health

Here’s another reason to not go keto.

Mind and Body

The thin line between intermittent fasting and eating disorders

The problem’s lynchpin is the difference between what scientists expect and what people actually do.

Longevity hacks

Scientists find the best time to eat protein for muscle growth

Getting swole can be a matter of meal timing.

Longevity hacks

The invisible exercise that might count more than your workout

Our “hidden” exercise matters more than we think

Longevity Hacks

This colorful diet is linked to better brain health and memory

Eat the rainbow to lower chances of cognitive decline.

Longevity hacks

One type of exercise reliably lowers your risk of death, scientists say

Biking decreases the risk of mortality for those with diabetes, reports a new study. Scientists say this benefit is likely to be seen by all cyclists.

Longevity hacks

One gut-healthy diet can calm inflammation

“That was absolutely incredible result, and I think probably better than anyone had really anticipated.”

Longevity hacks

One change at work could boost your health and productivity

Iceland experiment reveals to work better, you should work less.

Longevity hacks

Scientists propose new theory for why music is a critical part of exercise

Music helped people “perform to the same level as when they were not mentally fatigued.”

Longevity Hacks

Want to get better at exercising? Scientists endorse these 2 fitness hacks

New research endorses choosing specific goals and pushing yourself to start immediately.

Longevity Hacks

What is the healthiest sugary drink? It’s complicated.

A new sugar study may influence what you drink next.

Longevity Hacks

Scientists discover one kind of friend is best for brain health

And it costs zero dollars.

Longevity hacks

Scientists discover an unexpected connection between gut and heart health

Here’s another reason to not go keto.

Mind and Body

The thin line between intermittent fasting and eating disorders

The problem’s lynchpin is the difference between what scientists expect and what people actually do.

Longevity hacks

Scientists find the best time to eat protein for muscle growth

Getting swole can be a matter of meal timing.

Longevity hacks

The invisible exercise that might count more than your workout

Our “hidden” exercise matters more than we think

Longevity Hacks

This colorful diet is linked to better brain health and memory

Eat the rainbow to lower chances of cognitive decline.

Longevity hacks

One type of exercise reliably lowers your risk of death, scientists say

Biking decreases the risk of mortality for those with diabetes, reports a new study. Scientists say this benefit is likely to be seen by all cyclists.

Longevity hacks

One gut-healthy diet can calm inflammation

“That was absolutely incredible result, and I think probably better than anyone had really anticipated.”

Longevity hacks

One change at work could boost your health and productivity

Iceland experiment reveals to work better, you should work less.

Longevity hacks

Scientists propose new theory for why music is a critical part of exercise

Music helped people “perform to the same level as when they were not mentally fatigued.”