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August 7, 2022
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List of all diets
By AGE2B team
‘Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.’ Hippocrates. Hippocrates considered nutrition to be one of the main tools in medicine. He believed that many health conditions could be prevented or treated by manipulating eating behavior. Now, when medicine has advanced a lot and science has led us to incredible discoveries in various […]
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June 28, 2022
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Best Supplements to Boost Muscle Mass
By Editorial Team (Y)
As people age, they lose a significant part of their muscle mass. Some best supplements for muscle growth can help you maintain a healthy body. Supplements that improve muscle mass Creatine. This molecule is naturally produced by the body to supply energy for tissues. It is usually referred to as creatine muscle gain. Boosting the creative […]
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December 17, 2021
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Starting Your Personal Longevity Strategy
By AGE2B team
Getting started on the road to a healthier and hopefully longer life. Every day, researchers get together in their labs and try to find ways of bringing aging under medical control. Despite the ongoing global effort, it is estimated that a relatively complete system of controlling biological aging is at least 20 years away. That […]
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December 17, 2021
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Why Quality Sleep Should Be Part of Your Longevity Strategy
By AGE2B team
Studying the link between poor sleep quality and dementia Quality sleep is one of the foundations of health, and a new study suggests that poor sleep quality is a major risk factor for developing Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias. Dementia is a rising global problem Worldwide, close to fifty million people currently live with Alzheimer’s disease or […]
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December 14, 2021
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A Higher Education Level Means Slower Cognitive Decline
By AGE2B team
Education is related to a fundamental part of brain function. A study published in Nature Aging has shown that educated people retain more brain system segregation, a marker of cognitive health [1]. This suggests that brain exercise has valuable long-term effects. The college educated are richer and healthier It has been known for a while that educational attainment is […]
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