How do we stay healthy longer as we get olderHur håller vi oss friska längre i takt med att vi blir allt äldre

The average life expectancy increases today at a very fast pace. But a long life is not the same as a healthy life. There are many diseases associated with age, sometimes linked to lifestyle, which affect a lot of people as they get older. In this challenge we ask for ideas & innovations that help us stay healthy longer while we live longer.

Listen to section 3 of the podcast Matlaboratoriet, for inspiration on the subject: # 3 Do you want to live longer? | Food lab on acast

Medellivslängden ökar idag i en väldigt snabb takt. Men ett långt liv är inte detsamma som ett friskt liv. Det finns många sjukdomar förknippade med ålder, ibland kopplat till livsstil, som drabbar mängder av människor när de blir äldre. I denna utmaning efterfrågar vi idéer & innovationer som hjälper oss att hålla oss friska längre samtidigt som vi lever längre.

Lyssna på avsnitt 3 av podcasten Matlaboratoriet, för inspiration i ämnet: #3 Vill du leva längre? | Matlaboratoriet​ on acast

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How do we stay healthy longer as we get older

The average life expectancy increases today at a very fast pace. But a long life is not the same as a healthy life. There are many diseases associated with age, sometimes linked to lifestyle, which affect a lot of people as they get older. In this challenge we ask for ideas & innovations that help us stay healthy longer while we live longer.

Listen to section 3 of the podcast Matlaboratoriet, for inspiration on the subject: # 3 Do you want to live longer? | Food lab on acast

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This challenge is inspired by the third section of Openlabs podcast MATLABORATORY - about food, science and society. Section three deals with how we stay healthy longer and experts in different areas share their perspectives and insights.
# 3 Want to live longer? | Food lab on acast

We live longer and longer. Not since the 1960s, longevity has increased as fast as today. Some even claim that those who are born today could live for 250 years.

While we are getting older, many people suffer from diseases such as cancer, alzheimer's and cardiovascular diseases, when they get higher up in the ages. Therefore, the fact that we get older means that we can be sick longer, if we do not find ways to also, at the same time, keep us healthy and healthy even when we are old.

In demography and public health, apart from the average life expectancy or life expectancy at birth, one speaks of the expected number of healthy years at birth (healty life years expectancy at birth). If our longevity increases, without increasing the number of healthy years, this not only means personal suffering but also high social costs for the elderly and the elderly.

Different diets and theories about what we eat and how we move for healthier lives further up in the ages have become increasingly talked about in recent years. Concepts such as nudging have also emerged, that is, to encourage or "control" people's behavior by simplifying things, for example. healthy choices.

So how do we proceed to extend the time we are healthy, even when we are old, by how we eat, live and move us?

GIVE ID!
What do you have for ideas on solutions? What new innovations, products, methods, processes, political decisions or personal behavioral changes are needed? How can so-called nudging, or encouragement, be used to facilitate healthy choices that make us live healthier longer?

HOW DO I?
Utveckladinstad.se is the idea and innovation platform that gives you the opportunity to share your ideas and good examples, and react to others. Post an idea or innovation, like, share, comment and suggest improvements.

WHAT HAPPENS TO THE IDEAS?
The most interesting ideas that come in will be discussed further on a meetup at Openlab in Stockholm together with experts from our podcast Food Laboratory.

COMPETITION
Participate in the Innovation Competition Shine with your best idea for increased physical activity in everyday life.
As the podden Food Laboratory addresses, everyday exercise is an important factor for our health and well-being. Do you have good ideas and innovations that he increase everyday exercise, especially for the target group children and young people, participate in the innovation competition Shine with the opportunity to win up to 70,000: - to realize your idea! Submit your contribution by September 15 via the competition page: www.shinecompetition.se

Listen to the Food Laboratory on acast

Photo cred: Sam Wheeler, Cristian Newman, Magnus Glans, Lukas Budimaier. https://unsplash.com/

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Hur håller vi oss friska längre i takt med att vi blir allt äldre

Medellivslängden ökar idag i en väldigt snabb takt. Men ett långt liv är inte detsamma som ett friskt liv. Det finns många sjukdomar förknippade med ålder, ibland kopplat till livsstil, som drabbar mängder av människor när de blir äldre. I denna utmaning efterfrågar vi idéer & innovationer som hjälper oss att hålla oss friska längre samtidigt som vi lever längre.

Lyssna på avsnitt 3 av podcasten Matlaboratoriet, för inspiration i ämnet: #3 Vill du leva längre? | Matlaboratoriet​ on acast

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Denna utmaning är inspirerad av tredje avsnittet av Openlabs podcast MATLABORATORIET - om mat, vetenskap och samhälle. Avsnitt tre handlar om hur vi håller oss friska längre och experter inom olika områden delar med sig av sina perspektiv och insikter.
#3 Vill du leva längre? | Matlaboratoriet​ on acast

Vi lever längre och längre. Inte sedan 60-talet har livslängden ökat så snabbt som idag. Vissa hävdar till och med att de som föds idag skulle kunna leva i 250 år.

Samtidigt som vi blir allt äldre drabbas många av sjukdomar som cancer, alzheimers och hjärt- & kärlsjukdomar, när de kommer högre upp i åldrarna. Att vi blir äldre betyder alltså därför också att vi kan vara sjuka längre, om vi inte hittar sätt att också, samtidigt, hålla oss friska och sunda även när vi blir gamla.

Inom demografi och folkhälsa pratar man, förutom medellivslängd eller förväntad livslängd vid födseln, även om förväntat antal hälsosamma år vid födelsen (healty life years expectancy at birth). Om vår livslängd ökar, utan att antalet hälsosamma år ökar, innebär det inte bara personligt lidande utan även höga samhällskostnader för sjuk- och äldrevården.

Olika dieter och teorier om såväl vad vi äter och hur vi rör oss för friskare liv längre upp i åldrarna har blivit allt mer omtalade på senare år. Begrepp som nudging har också dykt upp, alltså att uppmuntra eller ”styra” människors beteende genom att förenkla att göra t.ex. hälsosamma val.

Så hur går vi till väga för att förlänga den tid vi är friska, även när vi blir gamla, genom hur vi äter, lever och rör oss?

GE IDÈER!
Vad har du för idéer på lösningar? Vilka nya innovationer, produkter, metoder, processer, politiska beslut eller personliga beteendeförändringar behövs? Hur kan så kallad nudging, eller uppmuntran användas för att underlätta hälsosamma val som gör att vi lever friskare längre?

HUR GÖR JAG?
Utveckladinstad.se är idé- och innvationsplattformen som ger dig möjlighet att dela med dig av dina idéer och goda exempel, och reagera på andras. Lägg upp en idé eller innovation, gilla, dela, kommentera och föreslå förbättringar.

VAD HÄNDER MED IDÉERNA?
De mest intressanta idéerna som kommer in kommer att diskuteras vidare på en meetup hos Openlab i Stockholm tillsammans med experter från vår podcast Matlaboratoriet.

TÄVLING
Delta i Innovationstävlingen Shine med din bästa idé för ökad fysisk aktivitet i vardagen.
Som podden Matlaboratoriet tar upp är vardagsmotionen en viktig faktor för vår hälsa och välbefinnande. Har du bra ideer och innovationer som han öka vardagsmotionen, särskilt för målgruppen barn och unga, delta i innovationstävlingen Shine med möjlighet att vinna upp till 70 000:- för att förverkliga din idé! Skicka in ditt bidrag senast 15 september via tävlings-sidan: www.shinecompetition.se

Lyssna på Matlaboratoriet​ on acast

Foto-cred: Sam Wheeler, Cristian Newman, Magnus Glans, Lukas Budimaier. https://unsplash.com/

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  • Teach the general public simple Chinese exercises that enhance the immune system


    Some simple exercises can enhance the body's immune system so we can stay healthy longer. If you understand Chinese googling please visit "中 里巴 人"

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  • Togetherness, knowledge, movement and something good to eat

    Combine shorter walks, with different focus, which ends with joint eating something healthy. The walks go to cultivation areas and in close forests to be able to pick along

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