Top 5 Things to do to live to 150 Years Old – Nutrition, NAD+, Peptide Therapy, Exercise, Meditation 

Top 5 things to live to 150 years old

Top 5 Things to do to live to 150 Years Old – Nutrition, NAD+, Peptide Therapy, Exercise, Meditation 


Often, the cure for what ails us lies not in complicated procedures but in things that are readily provided by nature and sitting right in front of us and within us.

Due to modern advances in medicine, the human life expectancy has steadily been rising over the last century!

Believe it or not but the average human life expectancy stands at 72 years old! Daily activities and choices you make help lengthen your lifespan as you build a  healthier, more fulfilling life.


According to research conducted by the Human Nutrition Research Center at the Tufts University in Boston, the optimal consumption of nutrient-rich foods and vegetables dramatically lowers your risk of contracting chronic diseases.

Foods rich in antioxidant properties and polyphenols reduce the risk of contracting age-related neurodegenerative illnesses such as Parkinson’s disease.

Such foods include strawberries, Blueberries, and Raspberries. 

A good rule of thumb is to go for brightly colored vegetables, healthy fats, lean proteins, and deep-colored fruits.

Other critical measures include water, nuts, dry fruit, spices, and green tea.

While you can get these foods’ benefits straight from the source, it is also possible to get them intravenously (IV therapy).

The advantage that IV infusion therapy has is that it enables you to bypass 1st pass metabolism (digestive system + liver + kidneys) – with direct absorption into the bloodstream. 

Infused nutrients are directed straight into your bloodstream for instant use by the body.

An excellent example of reputable infusion therapy is the LIVV Energy IV

The treatment offers many benefits, including sustained energy, replenished vitamins and nutrients, cellular hydration, and immune-boosting properties.


NAD+ (or Nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide) is described as an enzyme found in human cells central to all metabolic processes.

It helps protect the body cells from stress, repair damaged DNA, and maintain healthy sleep cycles. 

The importance of NAD+ cannot be overstated. It is critical in most of the body’s biological processes, such as converting your food into energy and maintaining your cells’ defenses.

NAD+ has the central role of transferring molecules from one cell to another with aid from other enzymes.

 Unfortunately, our NAD+ levels tend to diminish with age. Yet elevated NAD+ levels delay the onset of aging and age-related diseases!

So, is there a way to boost our NAD+ levels naturally?

The good news is that NAD+ supplements are not only available but safe. Foods rich in NAD+ include fish such as Tuna, Sardines, and Salmon. 

Crimini mushrooms are also a rich source of NAD+.

Aside from these sources, there is the option of NAD+ IV therapy which takes 3-4 hours to complete. BUT well worth it to optimize mitochondrial + neurological function. 

Benefits of NAD+ not only include anti-aging benefits by potentially improving telomere length (found to shorten with aging) – but NAD+ helps encourage mitochondrial strengthen (thus improving aging as well) 

It is an intravenous infusion of NAD+ enzymes into the body via a drip which is the best absorption route of the body. NAD+ can be administered via subcutaneous injections as well. 

Once in the body, patients register increased mental clarity, enhanced cell repair function, anti aging qualities, delayed onset of neurodegenerative diseases, among other incredible benefits.


Peptide Therapy

Peptides are naturally occurring amino acids present in the human body. They are hormones that act as messengers between tissues.

Peptides are essential for pain relief, hormonal balance, enhanced libido and increased muscle mass.

For those keen on bodybuilding and fitness, they aid in building muscle mass and fat loss.

Aside from the functions above, Peptides help accelerate wounds’ healing, strengthening our immunity and slowing down the aging process.

Peptides are found on the skin and makeup proteins needed by the skin in its day-to-day functions.

Peptide-rich foods include animal products such as eggs, shellfish, milk, among others. 

You can also get many peptides from plant products such as oats, lentils, flaxseed, beans, and whole grains.

For even more accelerated outcomes, you may go for LIVV naturals peptide therapy, whereby targeted peptides are introduced into your body to secure specific results.

Presently, the FDA has approved the administration of over 50 peptides in the US. Examples of the most commonly used peptides include:

  • CJC 1295 may reverse the effects caused by aging, improves healing and cell regeneration, boosts energy, metabolism, and weight loss.
  • Tesamorelin which aid in the reduction of stomach fat and support in weight loss
  • BPC-157 for better joint mobility, healing, skin health, collagen production, digestion, and gut health.
  • Thymosin Beta-4 boosts immunity, diminishes scar tissue, promotes collagen production, and enhances healing of wounds.
  • Epitalon – improving telomere lengthening (anti-aging)


Engaging in moderate exercise for 15 hours or more per week increases a person’s life expectancy by seven years!

The best thing about exercising today is that you can even get an expertly tailored exercise regime designed to suit your lifestyle and body needs.

For example, by consulting a naturopathic doctor, they may advise you on the kinds of workouts your body needs depending on your age, lifestyle, and health status.

The doctor will also inform you of the nutritional and dietary elements that should accompany that exercise regime.



Closely related to the need for regular exercise is the benefit derived from meditation. 

According to Psychology Today, meditation results in up to 30% higher telomerase levels (the enzyme concerned with slowing down the aging process).

Meditative practices aid cellular health. It contributes to increased blood flow to the brain, calmer and sharper thoughts, and better stress management.

All these contribute to better health and wellbeing and thus a longer life.