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New Broccoli ‘Beneforte’ Is Anti-Aging Superfood, Prevents Heart Disease, Diabetes, Obesity

| August 2, 2013 | 0 Comments
New Broccoli ‘Beneforte’ Is Anti-Aging Superfood, Prevents Heart Disease, Diabetes, Obesity

New Broccoli ‘Beneforte’ Is Anti-Aging Superfood, Prevents Heart Disease, Diabetes, Obesity [REPORT] Broccoli’s anti-aging properties are more potent now than everthanks to British scientists, who created a superfood occoli called Beneforte. The hyid vegetable contains elevated amounts of a compound known to promote cell regeneration and protect against age-related diseases like cancer and diabetes. Scientists […]

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Frotox: The new nerve-freezing treatment to stop wrinkles and lines

| June 28, 2013 | 0 Comments
Frotox: The new nerve-freezing treatment to stop wrinkles and lines

If you’re bothered by those pesky expression lines on your forehead but aren’t ready to commit to Botox then there’s a new treatment in town that promises to prevent wrinkles without putting toxins into your system. But like many anti-ageing treatments, it’s not for the faint hearted. Frotox is also known as Iovera and is […]

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The Science behind Cellular Therapy and the ageing process

| June 27, 2013 | 0 Comments
The Science behind Cellular Therapy and the ageing process

Cellular therapy, also commonly known as cell therapy or cellular treatment is a rejuvenation process whereby the rate at which new cells are produced to replace cells that die out is emphasized. In order to fully understand how cell therapy helps to slow down the aging process, we should first take a look at how aging […]

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Major Study Examines Meat-Diabetes Link

| June 23, 2013 | 0 Comments
Major Study Examines Meat-Diabetes Link

People who increased their consumption of red meat during a four-year period were more likely to develop Type 2 diabetes in a subsequent four-year period, according to an analysis involving about 150,000 people. People who increased their consumption of red meat during a four-year period were more likely to develop Type 2 diabetes in a […]

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stem cells | anti-ageing

| June 19, 2013 | 0 Comments
stem cells | anti-ageing

  Stem cells: future of beauty? Photo: Paul Harris Are stem cells about to change the way we think about in anti-ageing creams? In America and Europe, stem cells are being hailed as a revolution in anti-ageing. It all started when stem cells were used in medical procedures and transferred out of the body, put […]

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Switching to Radio 2, drinking sherry and feeding birds: The top 50 signs that you’re getting old | Mail Online

| June 18, 2013 | 0 Comments
Switching to Radio 2, drinking sherry and feeding birds: The top 50 signs that you’re getting old | Mail Online

Are you reading this in your slippers round at whatsername’s house? Have you both got a sherry on the go and the latest episode of the Archers playing on the wireless? If you’re nodding – and that’s hurting your neck a bit – you’re officially getting old. Not that you lot who are listening to […]

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Kathryn Danzey’s Tips for Staying Younger For Longer

| May 31, 2013 | 2 Comments
Kathryn Danzey’s Tips for Staying Younger For Longer

   Here is a great  piece on anti ageing from Kathryn Danzey, the founder of Rejuvenated (the company responsible for the leading nutraceuticals Collagen Shots and Be Skinny Drink Me),developer of Beauty Business News, and manufacturer and supplier of the Diamond Touch Medical Grade Microdermabrasion system to the Medical and Beauty Industry.With over 37 years […]

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Can Milk Thistle Protect Liver Cells?

| May 30, 2013 | 2 Comments
Can Milk Thistle Protect Liver Cells?

Milk thistle is well known to protect liver cells from damaging toxins. Despite milk thistle’s frequent association with liver cell protection, the liver is not the only beneficiary of this popular supplement. Some relatively new studies have determined that the skin receives a similar protective benefit from milk thistle as the liver does. Liver Protection […]

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New Research Throws Doubt on Resveratrol

| May 28, 2013 | 1 Comment
New Research Throws Doubt on Resveratrol

A meta-analysis of multiple studies across animal species has found no evidence that resveratrol, the ingredient trumpeted as a health benefit in red wine, actually leads to higher-order species’ such as humans living longer. The benefits of resveratrol have been hotly debated in scientific journals in recent years, with many promoting resveratrol as a magic […]

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Do Brain Games Help Memory Loss

| May 28, 2013 | 4 Comments
Do Brain Games Help Memory Loss

  Many seniors are finding that challenging yourself with a brain-teasing game for just two hours a week may help slow the degree of mental decay associated with the natural ageing process. Researchers at the University of Iowa in Iowa City conducted a study of 681 healthy individuals, ages 50 and older. They found that people who played […]

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