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Taurine: Longevity doctor shares No. 1 supplement he’s been taking every day to slow down aging (2023)

I’ve spent 20 years as a longevity researcher and regenerative medicine doctor, and one of the most common questions I get is what kind of supplements I take to slow down the aging process. The supplement I’ve been taking every day for the past few years is taurine , an essential amino acid that plays a vital role in the body’s digestive, cardiovascular, skeletal, muscular and nervous systems. I’ve since noticed an improvement in my overall energy level, exercise performance and recovery time. The top anti-aging benefits of taurine Many people may not have heard of taurine, but there has been a growing body of  research  dedicated to uncovering its potential. Here are some of its potential benefits: 1. It can improve heart health. Aging often takes a toll on the heart, leading to an increased risk of cardiovascular diseases. Taurine has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory qualities, and it allows the body to balance electrolytes an

Gut Bacteria: Proinflammatory Genus Collinsella Linked to Alzheimer's

Despite 6 million U.S. adults living with Alzheimer’s — with numbers expected to reach 13 million by 2050 1   — its cause remains elusive. The gut, including its unique makeup up microbial inhabitants, may play an important role, however. An analysis published in Scientific Reports 2  even uncovered specific gut bacteria that may be linked to Alzheimer’s disease, potentially triggering neuroinflammatory processes via the microbiota-gut-brain axis. Certain Gut Bacteria May Promote Alzheimer’s An imbalance in gut microbiota has previously been linked with neurodegenerative diseases, including Alzheimer’s. 3  Certain microbes may secrete toxins and short-chain fatty acids (SCFAs) that make the gut more permeable or alter immune function. It’s also been found that people with Alzheimer’s may have less diversity in their gut bacteria, promoting disease. As such, researchers wrote in Scientific Reports, “Uncovering the genetic basis of microbial abundance and its effect on AD [Alzheimer’s di

Mesima Mushroom Health Benefits Review 2023

Medicinal mushrooms have been used for centuries in traditional Chinese medicine. And while modern science is just starting to catch up to the potential health benefits of these fungi, some mushrooms are already being used to treat cancer and inflammation. Mesima mushroom is one such fungus, with a long history of use in traditional Chinese medicine. Some of mesima mushroom health benefits include slowing the aging process, lowering blood sugar, treating autoimmune disease, and potentially treating cancer. 1 Phellinus linteus, the scientific name for mesima mushroom, is a parasitic fungus that grows on the bark of trees. It can be found all over the world, but is most commonly found in East Asia. Similar to turkey tail, the anti-inflammatory properties of mesima mushrooms have been known for centuries. In fact, clinical trials from 2004 found that mesima mushroom extract was able to suppress the production of pro-inflammatory cytokines. 2 There are many edible mushrooms that are known

Anti Aging Treatment Protocol for Peri-Menopausal Women (2023)

Anti-aging medicine is not simply receiving human growth hormone (hGH) injection, nor taking huge dose of vitamin C. Rather, anti-aging physicians should make an integrative approach for their clients’ problems. As in the basics of medical treatment, a change of lifestyle should be the number one in the list of anti-aging regimens.  Sufficient amount and adequate type of exercise, well balanced and calorie- restricted diets, and keeping good psychological and mental health status by meditation or religious activities should precede recently recommended medical remedies for anti- aging. Secondly, cure or good control of chronic degenerative diseases and sticking to strict early cancer detection program should be executed as we have done last decades. We cannot emphasize too much on the importance of the above-mentioned measures before we are engaged in the anti-aging measures.  There can be largely two categories of anti-aging medicine for women: functional and cosmetic, or internal and


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