Key Longevity Nutrients In the relentless pursuit of longevity, scientific exploration has uncovered the potential of natural compounds to impact cellular health and extend lifespan. Among these compounds, pterostilbene stands out for its remarkable effects on longevity through the induction of autophagy—an essential cellular maintenance process. Autophagy orchestrates the recyclingRead
Introduction Longevity, the desire to extend our lifespan while preserving health and vitality, has been a fascination throughout human history. In the quest for longevity, medical science has made significant strides, unveiling the roles of cellular processes, senescent cells, mitochondrial function, and telomere health in the aging process. Alongside theseRead
In the realm of healthy aging, a realm where time and science converge, lies a treasure trove of potent key nutrients and topical wonders that can transform the way we approach the aging process. Here we’ll explore the therapeutic properties of L-Baiba, ac-11 cat’s claw, 2-HOBA, bergamot, and spermidine –Read
Most clinicians are familiar with the concept that when a little is good, more is often better, but a lot is still reliably toxic. This results in the mindset of there being little chance of doing harm with supplementing a “little,” especially when the supplements involved are well-known and relatively popular supplements, widely regarded as being beneficial without question.
Nutrient deficiencies can be an important factor in cardiovascular health and disease. There has been growing evidence that copper deficiency as well as defective copper metabolism may be a major contributing factor to cardiovascular disease. Copper and Enzymes From an article from Healthline: At least 12 enzymes exist in theRead
A 2020, randomized, double-blind trial has shown that taurine supplementation associated with chronic exercise may increase mitochondrial activity and fatty acid oxidation gene expression in the subcutaneous white adipose tissue of obese women. While excess adipose tissue, as in the case of obesity, is associated with metabolic complications, mass itself isRead
Nothing feels better in springtime than throwing open the windows and breathing in the fresh air, but that simple pleasure comes at a cost for millions of people. Nearly 30 percent of adults and 20 percent of children suffer from seasonal allergies, and symptoms can seriously damper their routine.1 MedicationsRead