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These 3 Nutrients were Recently Linked to Delayed Biological Aging

A new study from South Korea, which followed the aging process of nearly 2,000 people for 10 years, found that consumption of vitamin and mineral-rich foods throughout early adulthood was associated with delayed biological aging.

For this study, the Korean researchers measured telomere length in middle-aged and older adults to determine a participants’ biological age. The team studied 1,958 middle-aged and older Korean men and women (aged between 40 and 69) for 10 years.

Monsanto Don’t Want You to Know – Many Foods You Eat Found to Have 1,000 Times The ‘Safe’ Limit of Glysophates!!

A FDA-registered food safety laboratory tested iconic American food for residues of the weed killer glyphosate (aka Monsanto’s Roundup) and found ALARMING amounts.

Just to give you an idea of how outrageous these amounts are, independent research shows that probable harm to human health begins at really low levels of exposure – at only 0.1 ppb of glyphosate. Many foods were found to have over 1,000 times this amount! Well above what regulators throughout the world consider “safe”.

Should one gram per pound be the new RDA for bodybuilders?

How much dietary protein does a bodybuilder require? Several organizations, such as the American College of Sports Medicine and the International Society of Sports Nutrition (shown in Figure 1), have recommended that physically active adults consume between 1.2-1.4 and 2.0 grams of protein per kilogram of bodyweight per day to allow for recovery from training and to promote the growth and maintenance of lean body mass. However, these recommendations are based primarily on studies that involve recreationally active or formerly untrained adults with normal amounts of lean body mass.

Rid Yourself of Painful and Unsightly Cracked Skin on Your Feet – Naturally!

Unlike the rest of the body, the skin on the feet has no oil glands. Instead, it keeps the feet moisturized through thousands of sweat glands.

However, dry and cracked feet, a condition also known as heel fissures, can occur among people who fail to adhere to proper foot hygiene. Seniors and those with medical conditions, such as diabetes or athlete’s foot are also more prone to a dry and scaly skin.

Are You Impatient? It’s Probably Aging You Faster!

Are you impatient? You might be aging faster due to shorter telomeres. Researchers discovered that women who scored as more impatient on a common psychology test have cells that show signs of more rapid aging.

In a new study conducted by National University of Singapore, researchers reveal that for young women seeking longevity, just a little more patience may help you live longer. In their paper published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, the team describes the results they found.

Why The Tsimane Population of the Bolivian Amazon Have The Healthiest Arteries In The World

An 80-year-old Tsimane has the same vascular age as an American in his or her mid-fifties, suggests a new report.

The Tsimane people — a forager-horticulturalist population of the Bolivian Amazon — have the lowest reported levels of vascular aging for any population in the world, with coronary atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries) being five times less common than in the U.S.

Researchers who examined more than 700 men and women from the group found that almost 90 percent of people had clear arteries, indicating no risk of heart disease.

Scientists Are Seeing an ALARMING Reduction in Reproductive Capacity in Men!

Let’s begin with sex.

As a couple finishes its business, millions of sperm begin theirs: rushing toward an egg to fertilize it. But these days, scientists say, an increasing proportion of sperm — now about 90 percent in a typical young man — are misshapen, sometimes with two heads or two tails.

Even when properly shaped, today’s sperm is often pathetic swimmers, veering like drunks or paddling crazily in circles. Sperm counts also appear to have dropped sharply in the last 75 years, in ways that affect our ability to reproduce.