Consume More Berries
- Choose local or USA organic fresh or frozen (unsweetened) to reduce pesticide exposure.
- Aim for ½-1 cup 2-3 times per week minimum for heart health and improved cognitive function.
- Choose whole foods over supplements, powders, potions or chocolate covered berries.
- Cook cranberries with 100% fruit juice vs. sugar and use as a spread for sandwiches or on yogurt/oatmeal.
- Add berries to your smoothie, spinach salad, tortilla wrap and cold quinoa or brown rice summer salad dishes.
The Role of Senescent Cells in Longevity and How to Reduce Their Impact
One key player in this aging process is the presence of senescent cells, cells that have ceased to divide and function but linger in the body, secreting harmful molecules that can lead to various age-related diseases.
Exploring the Role of NAD+ in Aging and Longevity
In the pursuit of healthy aging, scientists and researchers are delving into the intricate world of cellular function, uncovering the key to slowing down the aging process. One molecule that has captured the spotlight in recent years is Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide (NAD+), a coenzyme found in every living cell.
Hugs & Kisses for Health
Valentine’s Day is a great time to eat chocolate and write sappy love notes, but it’s important to get plenty of hugs, kisses and snuggles all year-round.