Regenerating Cells With NAD, the Anti-Aging Drug of the Future?

In 2013, a study by David Sinclair of Harvard and his colleagues reported that the mitochondria in lab mice was restored to youthful productive levels when treated with NMN (nicotinamide mononucleotide), a substance which boost levels of NAD in the body. Such a study speaks well to the success of increasing NAD in our own bodies, and the benefits to be gained from doing this. Increased levels of NAD can rejuvenate our mitochondria to the point where it acts like its more youthful self, allowing us, in turn, to rebound to our own youthful vigor while decreasing the threat of so many all too common degenerative ailments.

Baby Boomers in Search of the Holy Grail, Youth

Boomers turn 51- 67 this year. Boomers are the kind of people who worry about their retirements and most of them wish to continue to work part-time during their retirement period because they like working and they want to augment their retirement savings. Baby Boomers like to think openly and do what needs to be done, and they do it at any cost, that’s why they are different from the previous and subsequent generations. But the problem with Boomers is that they love what they are doing.

What 70 Plus Years Have Taught Me About Health and Fitness by Thurman “Ray” Plumlee

What 70 Plus Years Have Taught Me About Health and Fitness takes us far away from the ‘good old days’ when older people were advised to have a much more sedentary lifestyle. Gone are the days when we were told to just sit back and relax, while basically avoiding exercise as if it were stress. Of course, now we know that this is a mistake and that regular exercise and keeping healthy is a great way to reduce stress.

What is Nutrigenomics? DNA and Dieting.

Personal preference has dictated nutritional choices throughout contemporary history. Ever since people gained access to enough food to move beyond subsistence nutrition, they have based their dietary decisions mainly on taste and general health trends. Yet a growing body of evidence shows there is no one-size-fits-all approach to nutrition. Our responses to different nutrients are unique, and by recognizing and monitoring this we can potentially extend our healthy life expectancy.

What is Nutrigenomics?

Nutrigenomics is a subdivision of nutritional genomics and is the study of the various effects of the foods and the food constituents on the gene expression. It is an emerging field in the gene expression research domain that focuses on identifying and comprehending the interaction between nutrients and other dietary bio actives at the molecular level with the genome.

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