Chinese Natural Remedy Proven to Relieve Insomnia

By |2021-04-15T14:50:01+00:00April 15th, 2021|Natural Health|

Insomnia and aging often go hand and hand. Many people over the age of 60 experience sleep problems because of natural changes to their circadian rhythm and sleep-wake cycle, in addition to lifestyle choices.1

By definition insomnia is a sleep disorder that can make it hard to fall asleep, hard to stay asleep, or cause you to wake up too early and not be able to get back to sleep. It can be short-term or chronic, but insomnia is always taxing.

If you’re suffering with insomnia, you might be inclined to pop a sleeping pill, but before you do there’s an easy […]

This Amazing Protein Can Keep Your Body Healthy and Lengthen Your Life

By |2021-04-08T12:17:33+00:00April 8th, 2021|Natural Health|

Have you made plans for your 150th birthday yet? Molecular biologist Marco Ruggiero has.

One year after taking the nutritional supplement he created, the 63-year-old scientist said his “bald patch has gone [and] I feel great.” He describes his discovery as “the most powerful agent for human wellness available.”

It’s a bold statement, but, as Dr. Ruggiero claims, his creation boosts production of a key anti-aging factor that decreases as we get older. It’s called Klotho.

KLOTHO is a protein-coding gene that was first identified in 1992. Its variant, KL-VS, is life-extending and associated with an increase in Klotho protein levels in the blood.

Klotho protein functions as […]

The Japanese Secret of “Kansha” Helps Health & Longevity

By |2021-04-01T14:23:59+00:00April 1st, 2021|Natural Health|

You know the importance of eating a sound diet and exercising regularly to remain strong, healthy and independent as you age. But there’s another ingredient to healthy aging that’s commonplace in Japan, and that we’ve frequently recommended ourselves in these pages.

I’m talking about “kansha”, which means gratitude in English.

Dr. Iza Kavedžija of the University of Exeter in South West England measured feelings of gratitude in a group of people in their 80s and 90s who lived in the city of Osaka, Japan.1

Dr. Kavedžija specifically chose people in Japan to study because gratitude is so highly valued within Japanese culture. She […]

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