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2 Skin Aging Reversal Remedies Proven Clinically

Too many of us believe that our rate of aging is predetermined and inevitable. Yet, the truth is that our exact biological age is determined not by our genes, but more by what we eat, our level of stress, the degree to which we exercise, and many other lifestyle modifiable factors completely under our control. Why else, for instance, would smokers observe their biological age visibly reverse 13 years after only 9 months of smoking cessation?

Aging Skin:'s Top 20 Longevity Promoting Substances

As concerns about accelerated skin aging continue to rise, groundbreaking research has unveiled the power of natural compounds to slow down and even reverse the visible signs of aging.

Grey Hair Can Regain Its Color - if You Relieve Stress

There's now definitive proof that hair greying is reversible, albeit rare, in humans. What's more, stressful life events play a primary role in triggering your hair to turn grey, while relaxation -- like a two-week vacation -- may help give your roots back their original color

Grey hair is one of the earliest and most obvious signs of aging. By the time most people reach their 30s, hair begins to go grey, becoming progressively greyer with time. It's generally assumed that once a hair goes grey, there's no going back, but a team from Columbia University in New York and colleagues suggests this may not be the case.

Healthy Aging: Boosting Senior Muscle Health with Whey Protein

As we age, our bodies naturally begin to lose muscle mass and strength - a condition known as sarcopenia. This gradual decline can lead to frailty, falls, and a loss of independence. But what if there was a simple, natural way to combat this process? Enter whey protein, a powerful ally in the fight against age-related muscle loss.

New Proof The Less You Eat, The Longer You Live

Could the age old search for the 'fountain of youth' be as accessible and simple as cutting down on caloric intake?

Cutting just 25% of calories over 2 years slowed biological aging and improved health for healthy adults, reports a new study in Nature Aging.[1] The findings provide more evidence that mild long-term calorie restriction can partially reverse molecular damage accumulation underlying age-related disease.  

Physical Fitness Increases CoQ10 Levels in the Elderly

Numerous studies show that the elderly have increased oxidative stress and impaired antioxidant defense systems. As a result, the aging process in general increases with aging as a result of this double whammy. And, in addition to the aging faster, the combination of increased oxidative stress and impaired defenses also increases inflammation and the progression of many other disease processes

Revolutionary Fish-Derived Peptide Turns Back the Clock on Aging Skin

In the quest for youthful, radiant skin, a groundbreaking study has revealed that the secret to turning back the clock may lie in an unexpected source - the humble Bonito fish

A recent randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study has shed light on a promising natural solution for combating the signs of aging skin. The research, published in the journal Skin Research and Technology, investigated the effects of oral consumption of a Bonito fish-derived elastin peptide (VGPG Elastin®) on skin wrinkles, hydration, and pigmentation.1

Science Says Almonds Are the New Anti-Aging Superfood

Almonds have long been hailed as a healthy food packed with nutrients like vitamin E, but emerging research now shows they may also help keep skin looking young. Two recent clinical trials found that eating almonds daily led to significant reductions in facial wrinkles and age spots in postmenopausal women over 16-24 weeks. 

Telomeres: The Tape Measure for Aging

Your telomeres are a reflection of your life decisions, a way to measure how well you are aging.

In 1961, a biologist named Leonard Haflick discovered how the human body ages.  Most of our cells make copies of themselves over and over again until they die.  This is called cellular senescence.  Here are a few important facts about cell divisions:

Top Five Best and Worst Anti-Aging Substances

Americans are obsessed with reducing the effects of aging on their hair, skin, muscles and brain. Here are five substances that can improve the aging process and five more that dramatically worsen the effects of time on your body

Many of you are aware that how you look and feel largely depends on what you put into your body. The health of your gut, brain, eyes, muscles and even skin can be improved or worsened through your diet and lifestyle choices.

Top Five Traditional, Fermented Anti-Aging Foods

Want a simple way to boost your brain power, heart health, digestion, disease resistance and energy level? If that all sounds too good to be true, it's time you got acquainted with the top five traditional, fermented antiaging foods

If you are interested in optimizing and maintaining your health and vitality, eating a nutrient-dense diet is a critical piece to the puzzle. Consuming foods with high levels of essential vitamins, minerals and micronutrients provides cells with the building blocks for regeneration and disease prevention and is essential to long-term wellness.

Toxic Detergents vs Soap Nuts A Laundry Soap You Can Eat

Toxic Detergents vs Soap Nuts A Laundry Soap You Can Eat

How we do our laundry, clean our homes and bathe ourselves has changed more in the last 70 years than it has in the previous 7,000 years. None of these changes have been kind to your skin, or good for your health.

The name brand chemical based laundry detergents, household cleaners, soaps, and shampoos  that you use in your day to day life contain carcinogens, neurotoxins and envirotoxins.

Whey to Go: New Meta-Analysis Crowns Whey Protein King for Countering Sarcopenia

As we age, maintaining muscle strength and function becomes increasingly critical for preserving mobility, independence and quality of life. While resistance exercise is key, protein supplementation can augment its benefits. But with various protein options out there, which is best? A comprehensive new meta-analysis provides a compelling answer: whey protein comes out on top.

Whey Proven Best Protein for Building Muscle in Older Adults, New Meta-Analysis Confirms

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