Find out which 7 best anti aging factors influence longevity. Only twenty to thirty percent of longevity relies on genetics. However, the Spanish National Cancer Research Center and the Kuakinni Medical Center in Honolulu have...
Category - Aging
Clear your mind of “fat-free”, “low-fat” eating and you will live a long healthy life. It is not easy to overcome the low-fat brainwashing we have endured over all these years but it is a necessity for optimal weight, wellness...
Dr. Oz spent an entire show on aging, www.doctoroz.com/videos/decade-decade-guide-anti-aging. The show describes the aging process starting in your 30’s through your 50’s. His show was interesting.
Your skin actually contains 3 different layers. The epidermis, dermis and subcutaneous (fat) layer. Each skin layer serves a different function.
Eat real foods that contain fat because they contain nutrients that low or non-fat foods DO NOT have. Expanding your eating choices to include a variety of foods that contain all types of fat can reap many anti-aging benefits...
If genetics is only partly responsible for the aging process, what then is the largest contributor ? Lifestyle. Yes in one simple word, lifestyle is the key to staying younger.
Are you a fat phobe? Eating more fat can act as an anti-aging agent! Learn how, read now.
We all know that the fountain of youth does not exist but if you feel the need to turn back the hands of time consider balancing sex hormones. What are they and what are the symptoms you should be aware of?
Dr. Oz spent an entire show on aging, www.doctoroz.com/videos/decade-decade-guide-anti-aging. Read more to find out the critical elements that Dr. Oz left out of the show.
By the time we hit our mid to late thirties we naturally start to lose bone mass and density. This is why broken and fractured bones become an issue as we get older. How should we keep bones healthy?