Eating at least one cup of raw vegetables every day can add at least two years to your life, according to Italian researchers.
Add some nuts to your diet. Harvard University researchers found that people who ate nuts every day were 20% less likely to die during the study than those who didn’t.
Wash this all down with water to regulate your body temperature, protect your joints and carry oxygen to your cells.
With advances in modern medicine, people are living longer. Chances are you’ll live for at least 20 years after you retire.
That’s 240 paydays for which you won’t get a salary, but will have to spend from your savings.
Planning for your retirement entails saving enough to sustain you for as long as you live. Simply put, if you have enough saved to sustain you for 15 years after retiring at 60, then once you hit 76, you will experience financial challenges.
Consider making additional voluntary contributions to your retirement fund to help you save enough for your retirement. You can find the Additional Voluntary Contributions (AVC) form on our website www.wgrf.co.za.