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Free Radical Damage

Winning the Fight Against Free Radicals and Free Radical Damage

July 01, 2020

What do antioxidants, ORAC scores, free radicals, oxidative damage, reactive oxygen species (ROS) and redox all have in common? They are all involved in the process of how we age and the development of chronic diseases. But if they are so important to human health then why is so little known about them and how to prevent them from making people sick?

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Balancing Rocks Depicting Genomic Instability

Keep your Genome Stable to live a long healthier life

June 14, 2020

There is an important reason why ‘genomic instability’ takes the number one position on the list of hallmarks. It is often called the big boss of the 4 primary hallmarks. Ultimately, genomic instability influences every single parameter, process and outcome of all the other hallmarks. The blueprint (or code) printed in our genome is the information for all life and is the starting point of everything that makes us human.

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Is There A Longevity Gene – and Do You Have It?

June 01, 2020

How often do we hear someone say, ‘when my times up – it’s up!’ Seems pretty fatalistic to me, however, much of our society still believes that humans can only live up to about 80 years of age and it is only the extremely lucky that can make it to 100 years or more.

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New scientific discovery in what causes a cell to age

September 11, 2019

July was an exciting month in the scientific world of anti-ageing and longevity. A new discovery! A new understanding! Another step towards finding new disease treatments and novel medicines that could vastly improve our healthspan and lifespan.

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Top 15 Proven Science - Based Health Benefits of Cinnamon

August 06, 2019

Cinnamon gum, cinnamon rolls, cinnamon in coffee, cinnamon apple sauce… Cinnamon is ubiquitous in our everyday taste experience. From lowering our risk of diabetes to improving our antioxidant status, if used in the right context, cinnamon can be very beneficial to our well-being.

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The Immortal life of a Hydra

The Immortal life of a Hydra

July 19, 2019

The Hydra, a small freshwater invertebrate, is an advantageous model organism for regenerative biologists. Named after the serpent from Greek mythology that grew two new heads for each one cut off, this tiny, jellyfish-like creature holds within its genomic code the key to biological immortality.

Hydra are unique because their stem cells exist in a continuous state of renewal. Kept safe and in isolation, these organisms show no signs of aging. Outside the lab, the only real threats they face are predators, weather extremes and disease.

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