Antioxidants and Aging[ View All ]


Antioxidants, what are they good for?

The free radical theory of aging (FRTA) states that organisms age because cells accumulate free radical damage over time. Nam pretium turpis et arcu. Atoms join together by chemical bonds to form molecules. These bonds are a result of the sharing electrons. Only the electrons in the outermost shell are involved….

Japanese Knotweed

Understanding the benefits of resveratrol

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Green tea is a great antioxidant

EGCG and the benefits of Green tea

Vitamin E

Understanding the standards in fighting free radicals


Luteolin, an unsuspecting powerhouse

Anti-Aging[ View All ]


HGH – Human Growth Hormone

In adults, natural HGH drops significantly every decade after the late 20s (to the tune of about 25%).
Using the synthetic version of HGH has recently become very popular as an “anti-aging” serum…


DHEA: Natural Youth Serum?

Treatment with Dehydroepiandrosterone has been shown to increase sexual function in adults and rebuild muscle mass where it has been lost. This suggests to researches that the hormone could have a multitude of effects on the human body in terms of strength, health, sex life, and lifespan….


Curcumin and anti-aging

One theory of aging suggest that a compound structure at the end of a chromosome (Telomeres) are reduces each time a cell replicates. The smaller a telomere gets, the more gene expression is impaired. What results is cellular aging and all that comes with it; heart disease, Alzheimer’s, etc….

Exercise and Diet

Calorie Restriction

In 1934 researchers at Cornell University observed that strictly reducing calories for lab rats caused life spans to double that of usual…

Exercise and Diet

Exercise and Diet

Fifteen minutes of exercise a day could extend your Life…


Glutathione Benefits…

It’s true that your body produces and recycles it’s own supply of glutathione. Unfortunately this synthesis only occurs if you have the correct pre-cursors and ingredients to do so…