Posts Tagged ‘anti-aging’
For millennia, people have been hunting for the fabled Fountain of Youth, a mythical spring that could supposedly restore youth and fight aging. In the 1500s, the Spanish explorer Ponce de Leon crossed the Atlantic Ocean in search of this legendary locale. (He discovered Florida instead.) These days, you’re more likely to find marketers touting the anti-aging properties of the latest, greatest natural product: smoother skin, longer life, and fewer chronic diseases. But is the Fountain of Youth really as close as the supplement aisle of your local health-food store? Or is one of the most popular anti-aging products really […]
Continue reading DHEA: NIH Says This Anti-aging Remedy Doesn’t Work?
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Tags: anti-aging, dehydroepiandrosterone, estrogen, FDA, hormones, lupus
“Step right up ladies and gentlemen and try the world’s most amazing elixir. It gives you energy, melts wrinkles away, and even makes your children do their homework!” Sounds like the barking pitch of yesterday’s medicine man, doesn’t it? Or does it? Today, these sideshow vendors have moved their elixir wagons to the Internet, selling promises of better vision, better hearts, better sex, heck, a better life. Some of the pitches are obvious fabrications (“Lose 20 pounds in 20 minutes!”) while others make you stop and pause. Like resveratrol. Incoming search terms:resveratrol side effects (488)resveratrol side effects hair loss (25)is […]
Continue reading Resveratrol: Is Wine Really Good for Your Heart and Health?
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Tags: anti-aging, Anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, heart disease, LDL cholesterol, magic pill…and resveratrol, nutrition, resveratrol, resveratrol is wine really good for your heart and health, wine polyphenol resveratrol
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