NATALIE’S THREE TIPS FOR SELF- CARE AND LONGLASTING HEALTH

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1 WORK UP A SWEAT

“My fa­vorite form of fit­ness is high-in­ten­sity work­outs,” Natalie says. “When it comes to pre­vent­ing dis­ease, the higher the in­ten­sity and the less time spent work­ing out is what’s best for the brain. That’s great for all of us who are al­ways mul­ti­task­ing.”

2 SPICE IT UP

“There is so much sci­en­tific re­search that points to fu­el­ing our bod­ies with cer­tain spices that are an­tiox­i­dants. My hus­band takes daily turmeric doses be­cause there were stud­ies in In­dia that show turmeric is ac­tu­ally a great, pre­ven­ta­tive spice. I cook with it a lot more.”

3 AVOID GET­TING TOO COM­FORT­ABLE

“One thing I am try­ing to im­press upon my kids is to learn other lan­guages—not just be­cause you need to com­mu­ni­cate with peo­ple around the world, but also, as you get older, learn­ing some­thing new is good for your brain.”

Natalie is a long­time fan of en­durance sports too.

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