longevity


7 Scientifically Backed Reasons You Should Take a Multivitamin

Seven reasons why most everyone should be taking a multivitamin on a regular basis.


People Who Live Longer All Have This in Common

You’ve probably heard that stress can kill, and that is true. However, a recent study shines new light on the issue: It isn’t how often we encounter stress but how we deal with it that influences longevity, especially for women. The Key to a Long Life It all revolves around inflammation. When you are stressed, your...


Top 13 Evidence-Based Health Benefits of Coffee

Have that morning cup of joe! Here our our top 13 evidence-based health benefits of coffee.


Love Your Morning Joe? Enjoy a Second Cup — It May Help You Live Longer

Research shows that drinking coffee may do more than offer you a morning pick-me-up ⸺ it can also extend your lifespan.


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.


Is This the Best Diet for a Better Brain?

From protection against diseases to better aging, there are plenty of reasons to follow the Mediterranean Diet-- aside from the fact that it is simple to follow and delicious. Now, new research is adding yet another item to the list of reasons to consume the Mediterranean diet—healthier brain tissue.


PQQ: Why This Antioxidant Is About to be Your Heart’s New Best Friend

Pyrroloquinoline quinone (PQQ), a nutrient discovered in 1974, may be destined to become the next supplement superstar, as research in recent years suggests it has a broad range of health benefits. Much of the buzz centers on its key action of boosting mitochondrial function, which had been compared to improving the performance of a...


Study Finds Loneliness Can Kill You — But These Tips Can Help

According to a recent study, the negative effect that loneliness has on one's health is equal to the negative effects of smoking or obesity.


Study Reveals One Possible Way to Achieve “Super Ager” Status

New research indicates that many older adults actually exhibit memory performance equivalent to that of much younger individuals. These older adults, dubbed ‘super agers,’ may one day help us to make major advances in understanding not only what drives memory loss, but also other forms of cognitive decline—such as dementia and other diseases.


High Fiber May be Key to Longevity

In an effort to cut through the noise, researchers set out to see if there was a simple dietary answer to our desire to age more healthfully and extend longevity.1 And given that previous research has shown that the simple act of adding adequate fiber to your diet can lower your risk of serious...