Anti-Aging

  1. How to Prevent Cavities by Eating Cheese

    How to Prevent Cavities by Eating Cheese
    You perhaps already know that consuming dairy products is vital for overall health, especially bone health - but did you know they can benefit oral health as well? According to a new study from India, consuming cheese and other dairy products may help protect teeth against cavity formation.   This study examined oral health in 68 students aged 17-20 years...
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  2. Honey - The Benefits & Healing Powers

    Honey - The Benefits & Healing Powers
    According to a new study, a key brain structure that regulates emotions - known as the amygdala - works differently in preschoolers with depression when compared with their healthy peers. These differences were measured using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) - and study researchers believe that these clear changes in brain function of very young depressed children likely mark the...
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  3. What are the health benefits of bing cherries?

    What are the health benefits of bing cherries?
    According to the results of a recent study conducted at the USDA-Agricultural Research Service Western Human Nutrition Research Center, consuming about 45 (280 g) of sweet Bing cherries significantly decreases circulating concentrations of inflammatory biomarkers in the blood. Previous studies have shown a link between biomarkers for inflammation and increased risk for chronic diseases such as arthritis, gout, diabetes, heart...
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  4. What's the #1 Supplement Every Man Should Take?

    What's the #1 Supplement Every Man Should Take?
    One of the most important things men can do to stay healthy and energetic is to take an Omega 3 supplement. Now, fish oil is nothing new to you.  It’s so well-researched and documented that even the American Heart Association suggests you take fish oil supplements too—and for good reason. Fish oil owes its health-boosting power to two compounds your cells...
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  5. What are the Benefits of Turmeric?

    What are the Benefits of Turmeric?
        Many traditional cultures have long used turmeric in their cooking and medicine - and it’s amazing anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and anti-cancer benefits are no secret to them. On the other hand, Western cultures are only now beginning to learn about turmeric’s incredible healing powers. And as more scientific evidence emerges, this unique spice is beginning to be recognized as...
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  6. Does Red Wine Protect You From Harmful Chronic Inflammation And Aging?

    Does Red Wine Protect You From Harmful Chronic Inflammation And Aging?
      You may already have heard of resveratrol, the powerful antioxidant and anti-aging compound found in wine, fruits like pomegranate, some nuts and cocoa and how it promises remarkable health benefits.   Typically associated with grapes and red wine, some health experts believe resveratrol may be the solution to the puzzling ‘French Paradox’ - the observation that the French enjoy...
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  7. Does Faster 'Biological' Aging Mean A Higher Risk Of Age-Related Diseases?

    Does Faster 'Biological' Aging Mean A Higher Risk Of Age-Related Diseases?
    An international team of scientists led by the University of Leicester has uncovered evidence that links faster 'biological' aging to a higher risk of developing age-related diseases such as heart disease, multiple sclerosis and various cancers. The study team examined a particular feature of chromosomes called telomeres. Telomeres sit on the end of chromosomes and shorten a little each time...
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  8. Supplementing Children's Diets With Fish Oil

    Supplementing Children's Diets With Fish Oil
    A new study shows that supplementing children's diets with fish oil, enrolling them in quality preschool and engaging them in interactive reading are all effective ways to raise their IQ. A meta-analysis carried out at the NYU Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development combined data from previous studies to measure the overall effectiveness of each type of intervention...
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  9. Low Bone Density: Why your pH matters.

    Low Bone Density: Why your pH matters.
    While half of all American women and million of U.S. men are at high risk for developing low bone density, traditional medicine’s obsession with calcium, vitamin D, hormone replacement therapy, and anti-resorptive drugs to keep bones healthy is a bit short- sighted. Without fail, most conventional physicians fail to consider the role the pH plays in maintaining strong bones. Trying to...
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  10. VITAMIN D ROLE IN HELPING TO AVOID BREAST CANCER

    VITAMIN D ROLE IN HELPING TO AVOID BREAST CANCER
    In a recent study, a research team from Saint Louis University uncovered a molecular pathway that contributes to triple-negative breast cancer - an often deadly and treatment-resistant form that tends to strike down younger women. Women who are born with a gene mutation known as BRCA1 are at higher risk than normal for developing breast and ovarian cancers. These tumors...
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