Weight loss becomes harder as we age. Reduced muscle mass and lower energy means less calories consumed. Chromium could help re-charge you. Find out the six best food sources.
People over 40, especially women, lose bone calcium. Now researchers say blueberries can help get strong bones. Studies show blueberry polyphenol molecules can activate the genes for bone density.
Like resveratrol, piceatannol from muscadine grapes could have health benefits for cardio-vascular, diabetes, Alzheimer’s, weight loss and antiaging goals. We review the benefits … and link to health studies.
Researchers say grape resveratrol could have health benefits for cardio, diabetes, Alzheimer’s, weight loss and longevity. We overview the health benefits … and link to relevant US NIH studies.
People in their 30s and 40s could start thinking about a personal strategy to reduce the risk of developing Alzheimer’s in later life. Exercise, Omega3 and plant polyphenols could be a great starting point.
Worried about Type 2 diabetes, or been diagnosed with T2? You can help yourself naturally with a better diet and exercise. Researchers think that resveratrol – a compound found in grapes – could help.
Researchers think that natural fruit antioxidants could help to reduce a key cause of migraines. Free radicals from junk food and pollution could be to blame. Could the muscadine grape help?
Imagine sipping a glass of red wine in the mediterranean sun. That’s a diet which includes resveratrol and vitamin D. But if you can’t make a trip to the Riviera, here’s how to do it at home.
There’s been a lot of media coverage on how Metformin can help longevity. In fact anything you can do to reduce excess blood glucose will help with reducing weight and disease management.
Researchers at Tufts University, Massachusetts, have found that seniors can cut their risk of heart disease by 50% and stroke by 53%, just by walking faster … or longer.