Story at-a-glance Telomeres, the tiny units of DNA at the very end of each chromosome, shorten over time because they cannot fully replicate each time the cell divides. Hence, as you get older, your telomeres get shorter and shorter. But a growing body of research is showing that certain nutrients play a huge role in … Continue reading 12 Key Nutrients For Extending Your Life
Delivering an engaging and inspiring performance, 62-year old American athlete Greta Pontarelli won the Master’s (50+) Division at the World Pole Sports Championships at York Hall in London, England. The competition hosted more than 150 of the world’s finest pole artists from over 28 countries as crowds flocked to see them exhibit their jaw-dropping … Continue reading People That Defy Old Age and Stay Youthful
Just take it from these centenarians who've been asked by reporters for advice about living long and well. Their language is simple, honest and direct. In a society in which many are answering the question about the secret to health with attractive gadgets and gizmos aplenty, the answers that elicit a "That's it?!" are often … Continue reading Growing Old Kinda Sucks So Here Are A Few Age Hacks
By Alma Ross Pomegranate’s heart benefits have led researchers to investigate in what ways this red fruit can keep us healthy. In a recent finding, Swiss researchers have identified a new molecule that results from digesting two compounds found in pomegranates: punicalagins and ellagitannins. This unique molecule, known as urolithin A, helps rejuvenate mitochondria, our cellular powerhouses.1 … Continue reading Pomegranate Improves Markers of Aging
Life extending benefit of olive oil.