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Smart Supplements for a better memory

Posted December 15, 2010 in Uncategorized

It is becoming increasingly popular to take supplements containing herbs and vitamins for better memory and longer life. Not only are well known traditional remedies for specific aging problems being used, but there is a lot of investigation and research being carried out in Asia and Europe on the natural and herbal remedies of yesteryear. … Read More


10 amazing foods you should eat!

Posted December 13, 2010 in Uncategorized

There are more than 10 amazing foods, however this particular list below provides foods that may help to prevent disease such as diabetes, heart disease and osteoporosis. Healthy weight loss or weight maintenance can be achieved by eating these foods. Super foods are jam-packed with health promoting nutrients! 1. Dark Green Vegetables such as Spinach, … Read More


Red wine and longevity!

Posted December 10, 2010 in Uncategorized

Why Red Wine?: The benefits of red wine (in moderation) for health have been known for ages. In an effort to understand the ‘French Paradox’ (why French people can indulge in fatty foods but not develop heart disease) red wine came into focus in 1991 on an episode of ’60 Minutes’. Since then, scientists have … Read More


Just being overweight can shorten your lifespan!

Posted December 09, 2010 in Uncategorized

A study conducted in Sweden spanning almost four decades has suggested that overweight persons, and not just those who were obese, may also be subjected to increased risk of premature death. It also suggested that the adverse effects of excess weight on mortality may be as significant as smoking cigarettes. Details and Findings of Study … Read More


Dysport Vs Botox

Posted December 08, 2010 in Uncategorized

Dysport is a newly approved cosmetic procedure that can be used to treat and relax wrinkles in the forehead and around the mouth. Dysport is a new alternative to Botox, which is an incredibly popular procedure used by many. Both procedures involve the use of a form of the toxin which causes botulism to temporarily … Read More


The Beauty Benefits of Green Tea?

Posted November 22, 2010 in Wellness & Anti-Aging News

Green Tea Green tea is now the preferred drink of supermodels, but is it really any better for you than a good, old-fashioned cuppa? Clinical evidence suggests that green tea is packed with health and beauty benefits that you can enjoy whether drinking it or applying directly to your skin. Even the leaves can be … Read More


Healthy Living

Posted November 22, 2010 in Fitness & Nutrition

Vitamins & Minerals There is a parade of vitamins and nutrients that contribute to keeping your eyes healthy and even factor in staving off some ocular diseases.  In today’s pill and tablet-taking society, the good news is that we can get many of these vitamins right at our dinner table. The essential vitamins and nutrients … Read More


Is Coffee Good For Your Health?

Posted November 22, 2010 in Fitness & Nutrition

In today’s world, everyone wants to live healthier and to do that you have to eliminate many things from your diet. Coffee is a part of the morning and drinking it makes it easier to start your day, even if you drink decaffeinated. Whether your preference is with sugar, milk, or sweetner, decaf or regular … Read More


5 Steps to slow down the aging process.

Posted November 22, 2010 in Fitness & Nutrition

Preserve the Looks – Drink Water Drink plenty of water We all want to preserve our looks. Many products on the market would have you believe that they are the “fountain of youth” of anti-aging products. The truth is, we can’t turn back the hands of time- but we can all use a few tips … Read More


Seafood Your Health

Posted November 11, 2010 in Uncategorized

A new study out of McGill University has shown that eating more fish may reduce the risk of dying from prostate cancer. But this is just one benefit from one type of seafood. There is a wide variety of healthy seafood choices, and although many fish and shellfish are inherently high in cholesterol, eating seafood … Read More


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