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I listen to my body. Woman who stopped aging reveals her secret of longevity

I listen to my body. Woman who stopped aging reveals her secret of longevity Amy Hardison has stopped aging (Screenshot)
Author: Daryna Vialko

Amy Hardison, 64, is in fifth place on the Rejuvenation Olympics website, which estimates the aging rate of approximately 4000 participants. This woman reduces her aging rate by 0.74 years for each chronological year, as determined by the results of epigenetic DNA tests, according to Business Insider.

What is known about the woman and her preferences

Hardison slowed down her age with the help of supplements and her two favorite foods: bread and chocolate.

The woman admitted that one of the best investments she made in her health journey was studying longevity supplements.

Before the Rejuvenation Olympics, Hardison had never taken vitamins. Now she takes three different types of supplements.

Her line of supplements costs about $160 a month and includes products that contain magnesium, L-theanine, ginger, and fisetin.

According to the Office of Dietary Supplements at the National Institutes of Health (NIH), magnesium regulates blood pressure and blood sugar and plays a crucial role in muscle and nerve function.

L-theanine is an amino acid that can improve sleep quality, reduce stress and anxiety, and increase mental clarity.

Ginger is best for nausea; however, it can also help relieve pain, improve blood sugar regulation, and even lower cholesterol.

"Я прислухаюся до свого тіла". Жінка, яка зупинила старіння, розказала про свій секрет довголіття

Amy Hardison has stopped aging (Screenshot)

What the 64-year-old woman eats

Amy said that she has always paid a lot of attention to nutrition, but has never been a fan of diets. She is a fan of intuitive eating.

"I'll listen to my body. I will only eat what I love. I savor what I eat," she said.

Hardison says she never skips breakfast. In the morning, she always eats whole wheat toast and a large glass of chocolate milk.

For lunch, Hardison makes salad, adding vegetables, berries, chicken, nuts, and cheese. In the afternoon, she toasts another piece of bread as a small snack.

The American usually eats at home and prepares meals. By the way, she loves sweets and sometimes allows herself a piece of chocolate or a cookie.

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