Nutraceuticals combine the benefits of nutrition and pharmaceuticals. They may be considered, in some cases, as a safe alternative for pharmaceuticals. Nutraceuticals are made for the prevention and treatment of disease.
Have you ever stopped to consider what kind of shape we’d all be in if our bodies didn’t have the innate ability to protect us against disease?
We live in an “aging” world; with growing global life expectancies that result in the expectation that over 65’s will make up 17% of the world’s population in 2050 (U.S. Census Bureau, 2015). That does not necessarily mean we will all be aging healthily. Many people expect some physical problems when getting older but find the prospect of their brain aging the most daunting. So …. what can we do to keep our brains young?
This vitamin doesn’t get much attention but a new study shows that it may be the single most important nutrient for your heart. It prevents a serious and common condition that often leads to sudden cardiac arrest.
Enzymes play vital biological roles. One such enzyme is telomerase whose activity plays a crucial role in ensuring you maintain a youthful and healthy body. In 2009, a scientific team was awarded a Nobel Prize for the discovery of the enzyme telomerase and its role in aging.
Some remarks related to the new trend in using supplements based on the Astragalus root. Since the Nobel Prize won by the team of Prof. Elisabeth Blackburn related to the nature of ageing some active components from the ASTRAGALUS root have been scientifically evaluated to be the most effective substance to slow down the ageing of our cells. There is even the high expectation that regular use of the Astragalus root concentrate will add years to your life expectancy.