There are over one billion people over the age of 60 and experts tell us that that it's not unreasonable to expect to live until we're in our 90's or 100's. So as we enter what American gerontology expert, Ken Dychtwald, calls The Third Age, what can we do to ensure optimal health for as long as possible? Contributing guest author and Primeadine user, Pauline Facciano, shares her candid thoughts after attending last week's International Longevity Summit in London.
For our regular readers, it comes as no surprise that the team at Oxford Healthspan are deeply invested in understanding and sharing Japanese anti-aging secrets. In the past, we’ve written extensively about the Japanese anti-aging diet composed of many natural, consumable Japanese foods that are backed by modern science.
If you’re searching for autophagy supplements, there’s no doubt that you know just what autophagy (pronounced “aw-TAW-fuh-gee”) is. But just in case you don’t, here’s a simple reminder: it is our body’s way of recycling its own rubbish.
While fasting is currently all the rage, it has actually been a part of all major religions for hundreds of years. In East Asia, it was common for monks to fast as a way to achieve mental clarity and religious enlightenment? But I think it's important to note who was doing that fasting: Men.