Tag: aging

Green Tea Pumps the Brakes on Accelerated Aging by Amanda Williams, MPH

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Amanda Williams holds a doctorate in medicine from Xavier University in Aruba, a Master’s degree in Public Health from Nova Southeastern University, and a Bachelor’s degree in biology from St. Mary’s College Orchard Lake. Her background in disease state management allows for a unique nutritional approach to many of the most common health concerns. She…


Which Vitamins and Nutrients are Best for Your Aging Body

Written by Dr. Claire Arcidiacono, ND As we age, the need to keep up with the constant changes in our bodies can prove to be difficult. The aging process gives way to deficiencies as our bodies become less able to process many vitamins and nutrients. For this reason, it is important to reevaluate your needs…


How to Keep Muscle Tone Throughout the Aging Process

By Lydia Patel Once you’ve hit age 40, you’ve most likely started to experience some of the normal bodily changes that come along with the aging process. Your metabolism might be a bit slower, losing weight is more of a challenge, and keeping your muscle tone can be a much more difficult task. In your…


Could These Four Superfoods Slow Aging?

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The health and beauty industry racks in billions of dollars every year from people trying to maintain a youthful appearance. This secret fountain of youth is a never-ending challenge – from wrinkle creams to serums, an endless amount of products are available that claim to slow the aging process. But according to science, the aging…


New Research: Physical Risks of Loneliness in the Elderly

By Kristen M. Leccese A recent study by the University of Chicago found that feelings of intense loneliness may increase an older person’s chance of premature death by up to 14 percent. Scientists found that feeling lonely may have close to the same impact on premature death in the elderly as low socioeconomic status, which…