Posted by Editor | Cardiovascular Health, Nutrition, Slow Aging Diet
Posted by Ann-Mary Hromek | Skin, Skincare
Posted by Editor | Cellulite and fat reduction, Nutrition, Skin
Posted by Editor | Healthy Aging, Hormones
Posted by Dr Joe | Healthy Aging
Posted by Editor | Skin, Skin rejuvenation
by Editor | Healthy Aging, Hormones
Cortisol is a key hormone that our body produces when we are stressed, and here we explain why testing cortisol levels is important as we age.
by Dr Joe | Healthy Aging
by Editor | Exercise, Fitness, Healthy Aging, Heart Health, Interval Training
by Editor | Celiac Disease, Disease Prevention
You must be born with a genetic predisposition to develop celiac disease, which is triggered by gluten. Learn more in this post.
by Dr Merlin Thomas | Andropause, Disease Prevention
by Editor | Diabetes Type II, Disease Prevention
by Editor | Cellulite and fat reduction, Nutrition, Skin
Carrying too much weight around is a health risk all on its own, but the way body fat affects our skin can be dramatic, and hard to undo.
by Editor | Folate, Nutrients, Nutrition
by Editor | Lycopene, Nutrients, Nutrition
Heart rate during exercise is an unbiased indicator of exercise intensity, so what rate should you aim for, and what training will help you reach it?
by Editor | Exercise, Flexibility
by Editor | Exercise, Fact Sheets
by Ann-Mary Hromek | Skin, Skincare
The best antioxidants for skincare come in both oral and topical form. Here we explain how you can slow, or even prevent, aging skin with antioxidants.
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
by Editor | Brain Health, Healthy Aging
We all experience age-related cognitive decline, but what are the factors that speed it up, and how can we instead slow it down?