Anti-aging

Anti-aging

Dark chocolate

Dark chocolate has several times more antioxidants than tea or red wine. And it contains substances that may help lower your blood pressure, improve your cholesterol levels and brain function, and help your body deal with insulin, and helps your heart. Got a soft spot for dark chocolate? Then you’re in for some good news because …

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Kimchi Korean food

Kimchi, which is among the most important dishes of Far Eastern cuisine, is described as a “miracle food” by South Koreans. A secret to long life for over 90 years for Korean people, Kimchi contains vitamins, pulp, minerals and antioxidants that are quite remarkable. South Korea’s most famous kitchen chef, Shim Young-Soon, told Daily Sabah …

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Mediterranean diet

The Mediterranean diet is one of the healthy eating plans that contributes to the growth of microbiota – a colony of friendly microorganisms in the human body – helping us perform various functions. Experts believe that besides combining nutrition and culinary tastes, the Mediterranean diet that includes fresh produce, grain, legumes, fish and healthy fats, …

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Brain food

We all know the things that we should and shouldn’t do to be healthy. For instance, it is a fact that we shouldn’t be smoking to have our lungs in tiptop shape and most of us know that drinking at least two liters of water a day will have our kidneys working as they should. …

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Scientists Successfully Reverse Aging

Werner Syndrome and Hutchinson Gilford Progeria Syndrome are two examples of the rare genetic disorders known as progeroid syndromes that cause signs of premature aging in children and young adults. Aging DNA Patients with progeroid syndromes have pathologies and symptoms that are often linked to aging, including osteoporosis, cataracts, heart disease, and type II diabetes. This aging …

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