A Common Over-The-Counter Supplement May Also Increase Longevity

Glucosamine is used by many to rebuild cartilage in worn-out or damaged joints. Two years ago, a BioMed Pharmacother (March 2018) study reported that glucosamine lowered the risk of cardiovascular death by over 20%. Glucosamine is an anti-inflammatory and has … Continue reading

Who Ever Thought Red Wine Might be a Cure for Alzheimer’s?

It may take more red wine than is safe to drink to make a dent in Alzheimer’s disease (AD); however, a component of red wine is worth investigating further. Resveratrol is found in the skin of grapes, red wine, grape … Continue reading

Can Aging be Slowed with Vitamins, Minerals, and Natural Supplements?

Most of us prefer to age gracefully. We know that it is inevitable, and our bodies will change. However, are there natural options to maintain good health and look better while we age? My first book on longevity, Longevity Secrets … Continue reading

5 Ways Eating Less Means Living Longer & Healthier

Caloric restriction is a term applied to eating less. Consuming fewer calories leads to longer lives for almost all animals. They live longer than those animals fed a regular diet. They look younger and do not have as many age-related … Continue reading

Protect Your Stem Cells for a Longer Healthier Life

A stem cell is a unique cell in our bodies. Our bodies have over 200 different cell types. Stem cells can become any one of these 200 different cells. They take the place of old and worn-out cells to help … Continue reading

The Little Known Molecule That Combats Aging and More

NAD+ (nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide) is an enzyme produced in our bodies. NAD+ levels decrease as people age. This causes cellular mitochondria health to decline and opens the door for age-related diseases. In addition to growing older, NAD+ levels decline due … Continue reading

6 Ways One Simple Compound Can Extend Longevity

Healthy living requires the right foods NAD (nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide) occurs in every cell in our bodies. The aging process is natural. We gradually lose the ability to make the enzymes, hormones, amino acids, etc. that we used to make … Continue reading