IMO - this is not about living a single day longer - it’s about removing aches and pains, and sometimes fatigue and othe symptoms - so that the days you do live are far mor enjoyed
Gluten is found in some grains, with wheat being the biggie. So you need to ensure that you choose bread, pastry, biscuits etc are made with the right ones. It’s a pain at first- grabbing a sandwich or butter pie from the shop isn’t quite so straight forward - but IMO, well worth trying it for a month and see if it changes your life.
Rice is fine, potatoes, veg, meat, eggs dairy.
There’s more to say - but that’s the flavour of it.
Thanks Reg... Really appreciate it. But we aren't on the same wavelength with regard to health or longevity.............. In the main I live on baked beans, cheese , potatoes ( boiled,roasted and mashed). white bread , tuna butties.... I have sliced meats for light lunch.
I consider that I've had a good innings at 58 and to be perfectly honest I don't want to spend the rest of my life trying to drag it out any longer than it's already going. No, I'm not suicidal but don't tell the wife because there's no will been made yet.
Start advising me on a will then I'm coming to get you. .
PS..........On a sadder but very much connected note, I watched both my parents pass away at the ripe old age of 80 ( give or take) and they really really struggled for at least 5 /10 years beforehand even with our support. Not for me mate.
That's all true btw.