Posted by Editor | Cardiovascular Health, Nutrition, Slow Aging Diet
Posted by Dr Merlin Thomas | Diabetes Type II, Disease Prevention
Posted by Editor | Eating, Nutrition, Slow Aging Diet
Posted by Editor | Nutrients, Nutrition, Polyphenols
Posted by Editor | Science of skin, Skin
Posted by Editor | Eye Health, Healthy Aging
by Editor | Eye Health, Healthy Aging
A number of eye health issues can arise as we get older. In this post, we outline some tips to prevent eye problems.
by Editor | Brain Health, Healthy Aging
by Dr Merlin Thomas | AGEs, Healthy Aging
by Dr Merlin Thomas | Diabetes Type II, Disease Prevention
For every year we have type 2 diabetes, we can effectively add a year to our age; a 60-year-old with diabetes for 10 years has the life expectancy of a 70-year-old.
by Editor | Disease Prevention, Macular Degeneration
by Editor | Disease Prevention, Erectile Dysfunction
by Editor | Eating, Nutrition, Slow Aging Diet
Do we eat on the run? Or only when we have moment to spare? This is fast food. Its opposite is SLOW, and is what the slow aging diet is all about.
by Editor | Nutrients, Nutrition, Polyphenols
by Kate Marie | Eating, Nutrition
by Jarrod Meerkin PhD | Exercise, Getting Started
Cardio or strength training? This post provides practical information to help you decide which type of exercise will best help you meet your fitness goals.
by Editor | Exercise
by Editor | Exercise, Programs
by Editor | Science of skin, Skin
There are many characteristics of aging skin that we can look out for. Here we explain what they are, and what causes skin to age.
by Editor | Medical skin treatments, Skin, Skin rejuvenation
by Editor | Skin, Skin rejuvenation
by Editor | Healthy Aging, Sexual Health
Having a healthy sex life is a great way to slow the aging process. This article offers tips on how to keep your sex life alive.
by Kate Marie | Healthy Aging, Sexual Health
by Dr Merlin Thomas | Healthy Aging, Sexual Health
We all experience age-related cognitive decline, but what are the factors that speed it up, and how can we instead slow it down?