healthy aging


Cutting Through the Hype: The REAL Reason Resveratrol Is a Must Take Supplement

Learn how the "anti-aging miracle" resveratrol really works and how to avoid wasting money on a junk supplement.


CoQ10 Benefits: Everything You Need to Know About CoQ10

You've likely heard of coenzyme-Q10 (also known as CoQ10). In fact, if you're over the age of 40, on a statin medication or have heart health concerns, chances are you take a daily CoQ10 supplement, but still have some lingering questions.


Study: This Nutrient is the #1 Key to Increasing Skin Hydration (By 96%!)

You are probably familiar with the age-old expression, “baby-soft skin.” It’s something we spend our youth taking for granted and our adult years longing for. And according to one study, this nutrient is the key to achieving that hydrated youthful glow once again.


Can Certain Activities Slash Alzheimer’s Risk in Half?

We hear all the time how exercise is good for the brain. Yet according to a new study, any physical activity can cut the risk of Alzheimer’s in half.


Doing This Can Take 10 Years Off the Age of Your Brain

Ten years of aging can make quite a difference in brain function. According to a new study, this benefit could possibly be yours if you exercise regularly.


8 Easy At-Home Workouts to Improve Your Joints

Joint health is essential for maintaining a pain free and healthy lifestyle. But as we age, joint cartilage breaks down causing pain and discomfort.


This Nutrient Protects the Heart from the Dangers of Sugar

Scientists discovered another mechanism by which resveratrol protects your heart.


8 Things Your Ophthalmologist Won’t Tell You About Protecting Your Vision

How to head glaucoma, cataracts and macular degeneration the 3 leading causes of vision loss.


Surprise! Owning a Dog Can Actually Slow the Aging Process

Owning a dog may add 10 years to your life by helping you stay physically active.


Toxins in Environment May Speed Up Aging

Why one person can seem markedly older than another person who is within the same age bracket? The answer may be environmental toxins.