Anti Aging

  1. Winter Skincare

    Winter Skincare

    This winter with the freezing temperatures, low humidity, and the inside furnace blasting dry air, you may have found your skin has become very dry, flaky, and/or itchy. Everyone needs to protect their skin. It is our largest and most porous organ and paying attention to what we soak it in or smear on our bodies is very important. Why? There is evidence of the skin’s ability to spread what it touches throughout our entire body and bloodstream. In an attempt to clear up dry skin, we are slathering our bodies with the latest anti-aging moisturizer creams that sometimes contain harmful toxins and further aggravating pre-existing skin conditions. They may help improve the look and feel of your skin, however, in order to improve our complexion, we will need to decrease the free radicals from occurring. Many skin care products on the market contain parabens and because the layers of the skin act like a strainer

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  2. Folic Acid and Vitamin B12 May Prevent Memory Loss

    Folic Acid and Vitamin B12 May Prevent Memory Loss

    A recent report published in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition states that oral supplements of olic acid (FA) and Vitamin B12 may help prevent memory loss in certain elderly patients.
    Vitamin B12 deficiency, commonly observed in elderly populations, has been associated with abnormal psychiatric symptoms. The use of folic acidto enhance cognitive skills and improve psychiatric illnesses has been investigated in other studies.

    This study randomly assigned 900 adult participants, aged 60-74 years, experiencing symptoms of depression and

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  3. SILICA as an anti-aging superstar

    Silica’s role in enhancing overall optimal bodily function has been recognized for quite some time. It’s the second-most-common element on the earth’s crust, surpassed only by oxygen, and yet we still cannot seem to get enough from our diets. Its role in maintaining overall health cannot be understated as many of the diseases of aging are the result of the collagen-based breakdown of our tissues. Silica is absolutely essential as the foundational matrix for the formation of collagen, the primary connective tissue of the human body. Yet this simple element is often missing from most anti-aging protocols.

    Here is what we know:

    1. The average human body holds approximately 7 grams of silica, which is
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