Your heart needs no introduction. It’s one of your body’s most important organs: When it goes, you go–and if it thrives, you will thrive too. A youthful heart can help you live a vigorous, productive life, and protect against dementia.1 The other good news is you do not have to be young to have a young-functioning heart.
Studies show that carnosine (a combination of two amino acids) can help protect aging arteries against the harmful effects of excess body fat. Learn more in this blog post.
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Vitamin K can support bone health, heart health, arteries and more. Moreover, vitamin K can support strong bones and more. Learn more about how Vitamin K can contribute to your health in this blog post.
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Whey protein is widely assumed to be a supplement just for athletes seeking to add additional muscle mass. That’s just a small part of the picture. Studies now reveal that whey has anti-aging benefits.
Many disorders of advancing age are linked to a common problem: chronic inflammation. Inflammation damages tissues and contributes to a variety of ailments. If we can impede chronic inflammation, we may delay the onset of many age-related diseases. Scientists have discovered that two closely related plant roots, ginger and turmeric, have anti-inflammatory properties. Learn more about how it works in this blog post.
As we age, we tend to tire more quickly. This loss of energy is reflected not only in how we feel but how we look. When cells are unable to maintain and repair themselves properly, it leads to skin wrinkles, sagging, and other outward signs of age. A new study shows that we can fight skin aging by using a familiar and vital nutrient.
Stress experienced over a longer period of time can cause heart and circulatory health issues down the road. But on the other hand, cutting down on stress can also contribute to a longer lifespan, as indicated by new studies. Read why in this blog post.
The first step in protecting against obesity-related health dangers is to prevent diet-induced obesity in the first place. And quercetin my play a role here.
As you might now, the ketogenic diet is all about transitioning from a diet that forces your body to burn sugar to a diet that makes your body burn fat. The thing is that the body always burns sugar (glucose) first. When there is no glucose left to burn, the body uses stored body fat to create energy for the body instead.