The Surprising Anti-Aging Nutrient in Red Meat

We all age - it’s a part of life. But one of the greatest pains we can endure is to watch someone we love experience the debilitating, and often rapid effects, of aging. And of all the age-related conditions, the one that seems to cut the greatest wound is dementia. A disease like Alzheimer’s can steal treasured memories from the sufferer, not to mention their feelings of safety, security … [Read more...]

Carnosine: The “Longevity Nutrient” (How to Get MORE!)

As we age, most of us become increasingly aware of our "healthspan," rather than just our "lifespan." It's not enough to live a long life, if we do not also enjoy good health during those later years. The goal is to enjoy a full and physically-active life - with independence, mobility and memory intact - until our time here ends. In other words, to achieve a healthspan that matches your … [Read more...]

Feel Happier and Be Healthier with CHOCOLATE!

If a simple square of rich, luxurious chocolate seems to brighten your mood, there's a good reason for it... Cocoa is packed with compounds which have been shown to promote feelings of euphoria and diminish anxiety. Chocolate also triggers the release of endorphins - the hormones that your own brain produces when it senses happiness. It's no wonder that chocolate has been enjoyed for … [Read more...]

Boost Glutathione: Your Body’s #1 Anti-Aging Compound

Do you want to age gracefully? Better yet, how would you like to shock people when you reveal your age? Then get serious about boosting your levels of glutathione. Your Body's Antioxidant Factory and Potent Purifying Agent Glutathione (glu-tuh-THIGH-own) is known as the body's "master antioxidant and detoxifier" and for good reason. In addition to performing the critical task of … [Read more...]

Red Wine Boosts Immune System

A robust Cabernet sauvignon or a sweet and foxy muscadine wine may be better beverage options when it comes to your immune system, new research suggests. Scientists at the University of Florida evaluated the effects of different types of alcohol on immunity. In the eight-week study, mice were divided into four groups of drinkers: teetotalers (drinking water only); cabernet sauvignon wine … [Read more...]

Red Wine Slows Aging

Researchers have long known that resveratrol—a substance commonly found in red wine, peanuts, and grapes—acts as a potent antioxidant, sweeping up free radicals that damage cells and increase the risk of cancer, heart disease, and brain diseases such as Alzheimer's disease. But up until recently, little was known about how resveratrol works to slow the aging process and maximize lifespan. … [Read more...]

Protect Your DNA with Variety (and Healthy Meal Ideas)

When it comes to eating fruits and veggies, straying from the "same old, same old" may help you age less, according to new research. A study published in the Journal of Nutrition found that a diet with eight to 10 servings of fruits and vegetables representing 18 plant families was more effective in preventing DNA damage than one with the same number of servings from only eight plant … [Read more...]

Don’t AGE Yourself With Your Cooking

The way you cook you food may be just as important to your health as the food itself, new research suggests. Advanced glycation end products (AGEs) are a class of toxins that have been linked to inflammation, insulin resistance, diabetes, vascular and kidney disease, physical aging and Alzheimer's disease. And they are absorbed into your body by eating foods cooked or processed at high … [Read more...]

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