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by Caroline on Feb 14th 2010

A quick search at the National Library of Medicine shows about 1,600 published medical journal articles regarding CoQ10, beginning in February of 1960 (over 47 years ago). CoQ10 is found in almost all cells in the body and is a critical component in energy production...

by Caroline on Jan 31st 2010

Our ‘body age’ can often be much older than our actual age – and scientists have finally hit on the key factor that may determine biological aging. They have discovered that people with higher levels of omega-3 fatty acid in their blood are younger biologically...

by Caroline on Jan 7th 2010

I wish I could say that I had perfect teeth like this picture taken years ago of a beautiful Seminole princess living in the Florida Everglades. Quite the opposite. I have spent lots of money on dental work through the years. I came across a very interesting study...

by Caroline on Dec 23rd 2009

A recent study on identical twins proved that good genes are not everything.  Dr. Guyuron, head of the department of plastic surgery at University of Cleveland and Case Western Reserve conducted a study on 200 sets of identical twins. Dr. Guyuron’s purpose of...

by Caroline on Dec 3rd 2009

Scientist have discovered a natural substance that positively affects all stages of cancer as well as having a preventative effect. Resveratrol is a polypenol that when given in high doses shuts down and prevent cancerous tumors by cutting off the formation of...

by Caroline on Dec 3rd 2009

Resveratrol is also gaining growing recognition for its promise in fighting age-related diseases ranging from dementia to diabetes. For example, the National Institutes of Health is currently sponsoring a clinical trial investigating resveratrol’s ability...

by Caroline on Nov 3rd 2009

Aging and health takes place at the cellular level. While cellular aging is normal there are two important nutrients that can delay some of the effects of cellular aging. Since the cells energy furnace called the mitochondria produces 95% of the body’s energy...

by Caroline on Oct 29th 2009

Fat around your mid section may be more than just preventing you from looking good in your jeans. This may signal some health issue at the cellular level which may later on lead to a condition called Insulin resistance and later diabetes. As we age many complain...