Throughout the past decade, studies have started to uncover the subtle relationship between circadian rhythms and aging. Various lifestyle practices can reset your circadian clock to promote health and longevity
Aging is a complex process that starts deep down in our cells. In the past few decades, researchers have identified the fundamentals of why we age at the cellular level.
Biological age is the output of a biological clock; it’s a critical concept and practical tool for aging research.
Antioxidants are a family of molecules that act as our first line of defense against aging. They protect cells from damage at the hands of free radicals
Your diet influences your biology at the cellular level; meaning, you are what you eat! Nutrients in our food are often key ingredients for vital chemical processes in our bodies and Epinutrients are no exception.
Every day, our bodies replace billions of cells. As cells grow old, they die to make way for the new. This is one of our most crucial bodily processes, which zombie cells disrupt.
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Our genetics are inherited from our parents and unchanging throughout life. But gene activity, or expression, is managed in our epigenetics
For decades, health and wellness products have been sold as a “one-size-fits-all” approach, only to find that results are minimal and short-lived.
One of the most revolutionary scientific discoveries of the 21st century has been epigenetics.
Exercise can benefit almost everyone. Over time, solid routines can lead to healthy results, like weight loss or adding overall strength. But did you know that routine exercise can also be a key factor in longevity?
We’re all born on a specific date that we usually celebrate each year to mark another trip around the sun. That said, did you know that your calendar age differs from the actual age of your cells?