Healthy Aging Articles

If your vitamin D levels are still low despite taking supplements, you may be taking your vitamins at the wrong time. Since Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin, it is best absorbed when taking it with food that has fat in it. A study by the Cleveland Clinic Bone Foundation Bone clinic found that tho... Read More
There is still no cure for the common cold and the flu virus changes it’s coat yearly. While the flu vaccine has a high rate of protection, the virus can sometimes change and be unpredictable. The flu is not only debilitating, leaving you bedridden for days with pain and fever and coughing for wee... Read More
Laughter What releases tension, shifts energy and mood, balances your hormones and feels oh, so good? A good belly laugh! Now there are all forms of laughter therapy such as laughter yoga, laugh tracks, simulated laughter, and all forms of humor from clowns to videos. Norman Cousins in Anatomy of ... Read More
Oxytocin It’s true that love heals. Just think of those good feelings when you fell in love. There is a desire to bond, connect, protect, be with, have sex with and cuddle with your mate. If you are feeling isolated, lonely, and anxious, you may be deficient in oxytocin, a hormone that has man... Read More
Cholesterol particles Did you know that the LDL cholesterol on a routine lab test is a calculated value and not really measured? Yet, research has shown that the number, size and type of particle is more predictive of risk than just the calculated value. If 2 people had an LDL value of 100, one p... Read More
Do you have a high homocysteine level? Are you prone to depression? Is your decision-making capacity not what it used to be? Do you have a history or family history of Alzheimer’s, schizophrenia, high blood pressure, heart disease, glaucoma, colon cancer, leukemia, artery blockages, or spina... Read More
In Real Estate it’s location, location, location – do you have to move to live longer? In medicine, it’s lifestyle, lifestyle, lifestyle. The American Academy of Anti Aging and Regenerative Researchers from the Harvard School of Public Health have found that the anti-aging lifestyle can add 24... Read More
Cells must divide to regenerate and repair tissue. The length of your telomeres determines how many times it can divide. Telomeres are tips at the end of your DNA strands. Just like the tips on shoelaces. Once they are gone, the DNA strands are no longer protected; they “fray” and cells stop div... Read More
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I am nuts about nuts. One and a half ounces of tree nuts a day can keep the doctor away. These nuggets of nutrients not only provide you with monounsaturated and Omega 3 fatty acids, antioxidant flavonoids and cholesterol lowering phytosterols, a recent study showed they have a variety of health ben... Read More