Monthly Archives: March 2020


Staying in Rhythm Can Mean Longer Life

By |2020-03-26T12:32:51-04:00March 26th, 2020|Natural Health|

Every cell in your body maintains a daily rhythm, called a “circadian” rhythm. You’ve probably heard the phrase.

As you age, these rhythms can slowly slip out of sync, leading to a wide range of health problems that can harm your well-being and shorten your life.

Now, researchers are pointing to effective ways to keep these rhythms on track or at least slow down their loss of function.

Most exciting, if you preserve those rhythms successfully you may increase your life expectancy and stay healthier as you age. Let’s see what researchers are reporting from the latest studies.

One of the most important parts […]

Restoring the “Third Eye” May Hold the Secret to the Fountain of Youth

By |2020-03-19T11:38:55-04:00March 19th, 2020|Natural Health|

Imagine an anti-aging treatment with the ability to dramatically improve physical performance, boost bone density by 80 percent and lower overall mortality rate by 28 percent in people aged 70 to 90.

It’s hard to believe, I know, but research praised by an anti-aging lecturer at Stanford University showed these exact results. I got my hands on the studies that inspired his enthusiasm, and everything seems to check out.

The treatment is reportedly resulting in “unbelievable outcomes,” and entails nothing more than improving your “third eye.” What’s your third eye? Glad you asked…

The “third eye,” or “mind’s eye,” in Eastern spiritual traditions […]

The Power to Slow Aging is Mainly Under Your Control

By |2020-03-12T11:16:43-04:00March 12th, 2020|Natural Health|

Some people age so badly their bodies are decades older than the number of candles on their birthday cake.

In one example, researchers discovered the biological age of a 66-year-old was an astounding 114.

But it can work the other way too. One person aged 59 was discovered to have the body of a 23-year-old. The good news is, where you fall in the biological age spectrum largely comes down to something you can control – epigenetics.

We Can Improve Gene Expression

Some people believe there’s nothing they can do regarding their future health and life expectancy because of inherited genes.

True, the genes we […]

The Gut May Hold the Key to an Extended Lifespan

By |2020-03-05T09:47:59-05:00March 5th, 2020|Natural Health|

For hundreds of years Western medicine has separated treatment of health problems in the brain from health problems in the rest of the body, as if there’s no connection. Recently, scientists began rethinking this approach when they connected the health of a bacterial population residing in the gastrointestinal tract — called the microbiome — to the health of the brain.

The new research shows this “gut-brain” connection can potentially help heal a number of health problems and may even be involved in the aging process itself.

Gut Microbes Increase Production of New Brain Cells

The intestines contain a large and diverse range of […]

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