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  • How Fruit Juice Causes Aging of the Skin

    How Fruit Juice Causes Aging of the Skin


    Fruit juice causes aging of the skin of the face, due to the exclusion of coarse fiber of the fruit itself, which provokes the glycation of proteins and the destruction of skin collagen.

    Many girls, when they want to become more beautiful, go to the solarium, sunbathe, and even after the tanning procedure, they drink beautifully advertised freshly squeezed fruit juice. And all this in the hope of becoming more attractive.

    We will not talk here about how ultraviolet
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    Last edited by Rolf Pettersen; 11-17-2020, 06:52 AM.

  • Sweet Threat to Your Skin's Youth - What is Glycation

    Sweet Threat to Your Skin's Youth - What is Glycation





    The link between glycation and aging processes was proved in the late '80s of the last century.



    What's the point

    It turned out that the sugar entering the body begins to actively connect with the cell protein (collagen), which is responsible for the elasticity, firmness, and smoothness of the skin.

    Glucose-bound collagen becomes hard, "caramelized", and the skin becomes prone to sagging and forming wrinkles.
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  • Research: Spicy Food Prolongs Life

    Research: Spicy Food Prolongs Life





    The way people eat affects their health, and therefore their life expectancy. Many studies have been conducted on the effects of food on human health. Chinese scientists have paid special attention to spices, namely, hot pepper.

    The study was conducted for 7 years. All this time, a group of subjects ate dishes with hot pepper several times a week. The mortality rate among these people was 14% lower compared to the control group.

    The results were
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  • Excess Weight Ages The Liver

    Excess Weight Ages The Liver





    Using biological markers that can be used to estimate the age of cells and organs, researchers from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) and the University of Dresden have shown that obesity significantly accelerates the aging of the liver

    Using the so-called epigenetic clock, that is, a biological marker of cell aging, researchers from UCLA and the University of Dresden have proven that obesity greatly accelerates the aging of the liver.
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    Last edited by Jerry Malik; 08-11-2020, 07:10 PM.

  • The Ketogenic Diet for Longevity: Why and How Keto Helps Live Longer

    The Ketogenic Diet for Longevity: Why and How Keto Helps Live Longer

    According to current Google Trends, the keto diet is America’s most-researched diet today. The interest of people in low-carb nutrition is over 10 times greater than paleo and 130 percent greater than vegan.

    The reason behind this sudden outbreak of interest is the ability of the diet to promote impressive weight loss. When you scroll through ketoforhealth.org, you will be overwhelmed with ‘ketogenic transformations” that document instant weight loss – 5, 20, 100 lbs. or even
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    Last edited by Sandi Lewis; 07-04-2020, 12:11 PM.

  • How Ketones Prevent Aging

    How Ketones Prevent Aging



    Idle talk about the keto diet is often reduced to discussing such effects on the body as a surge of energy, concentration, weight loss, fighting inflammation and chronic diseases. Ketone bodies are produced in a healthy person on a normal diet in small quantities, and then excreted in the urine and exhaled air.

    Ketone bodies increase, as we know, in conditions of prolonged starvation or a deficiency of carbohydrates in the diet (the ketone diet and other low-carb diets
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    Last edited by bjc05yandex; 03-05-2020, 10:22 AM.

  • Saturated animal fats slow down the pace of aging

    Saturated animal fats slow down the pace of aging

    Saturated animal fats regulate immune system
    Cholesterol can play a decisive role in the regulation of immune system - in particular, it directly and positively affects the activation of T-cells. In this regard, the question arises - prolonged therapy with drugs to lower cholesterol can cause a strong decrease in immune system. This is very important for elderly people who already have immune system rapidly weakening with age. Therefore, people with lower cholesterol are more likely to get...
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  • Joe and Charlene Anderson: more than 20 years eating only meat

    Joe and Charlene Anderson: more than 20 years eating only meat

    Charlene Anderson - before and after












    Doctors, supporters of a healthy lifestyle, and everyone who keeps up their appearance pay great attention to the issues of balanced nutrition.

    Every year more and more supporters conquer vegetarianism. And finally, everyone knows that in food there should be a certain ratio of proteins, fats, and carbohydrates, that the human body needs vitamins and minerals,
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    Last edited by Addy Williams; 10-01-2020, 06:55 PM.

  • Statins Can Accelerate Aging

    Statins Can Accelerate Aging

    Scientists have found that drugs to prevent cardiovascular disease have a bad effect on our stem cells, an internal system of self-regulation and body repair that repairs damage to our organs and protects us from pain in muscles and joints, as well as from memory loss.



    Think very well before taking statins as a preventative medicine. A specialist therapist in the field said: “These medicines simply make many patients feel older than they are. Side effects mimic the aging...
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    Last edited by Addy Williams; 04-09-2020, 04:00 PM.

  • Sugar makes us old or how to keep a youthful face and clarity of your thought





    Mechanisms for increasing life expectancy are now being studied far and wide. Aging is not a story about wrinkles, pigmentation and flabbiness of the skin (all this is more of a consequence).

    This is a complex systemic process that starts inside the body. And the task of the biohacker to detect these codes as early as possible, crack them and make reversible. Nutrition in this case is one of the most powerful tools.

    First of all, ketobiohackers
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    Last edited by Lucas Ronan; 09-22-2020, 12:38 PM.
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