We have all heard about the benefits of exercise and all its positive effects, but can you exercise too much? Yes, you can, and the net results can cancel out any positive benefits you might have gotten from working out. What are the signs to be aware of, regarding overtraining?
The liver is highly important if you care about your health and aging. I notice the liver is another one of those organs that are always shunted to one side (along with the pineal gland) and ignored, just because it quietly maintains your body in one piece. Nothing could be further from the truth. The… Read More »
OPCs (OPC Factor) or Oligomeric proanthocyanidins are getting attention in the anti aging community these days. They are what scientists call proanthocyanidins. As anti-oxidants, they are one of the most powerful antioxidants ever discovered, and thus, may prove useful in the fight against aging. Part of the flavanoids group (which includes rutin and hesperidin), they… Read More »
Resveratrol is a much touted anti aging substance found in red wine (actually it is concentrated in the skins of grapes), although it is also found in other plants like peanuts, Japanese knotweed, cranberries and blueberries. In studies done on non human subjects, resveratrol is interesting in that it has increased the lifespan of these… Read More »
Coenzyme Q10 is one of the more effective nutrients you can consider taking, which isn’t too expensive but produces results. And I can say this without reserve because I’ve just started testing it, but the difference in the way I feel is noticeable, even after just a short while taking it. So here is my… Read More »
Broad beans and human growth hormone – What do they have in common? It seems that eating lots of broad beans may increase the level of L-dopa (L-3, 4-dihydroxyphenylalanine) in the body, which in turn, encourages the release of growth hormone from the pituitary gland. And this increase of HGH is one of the main… Read More »
Human Growth Factors are an increasingly popular method of increasing HGH levels without actually taking the growth hormone itself. These growth factors stimulate the actual production of HGH and may even mimic the effects, but by themselves, are not true growth hormone. Unfortunately for medical science and the world’s aging population, the issue of HGH… Read More »