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Unlocking the Potential of NMN: How Animal Research Proves its Ability to Improve Eyesight and Hearing in Age-Related Disease

Unlocking the Potential of NMN: How Animal Research Proves its Ability to Improve Eyesight and Hearing in Age-Related Disease

By Nutriop Longevity 31 de janeiro de 2023 | anti-aging Cellular Senescence epigenetic age gene expression Genexpression genomic instability hallmarks of aging healthy aging live longer longevity gene loss of resilience NAD+ neuroprotection Nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide nmn Oxidative stress SIRT1 sirtuins

As we age, our bodies begin to deteriorate, leading to a variety of age-related diseases. One of the most common conditions that come with aging is cellular aging, which can lead to a decline in eyesight and hearing. Currently, treatments are available to help slow the progression of these conditions,...

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Unlocking the Potential of NMN: The Key to NAD+

Unlocking the Potential of NMN: The Key to NAD+

By Nutriop Longevity 19 de janeiro de 2023 | anti-aging apoptosis ATP Autophagie autophagy blood sugar regulator Cellular Senescence Cognitive Health Diabetes DNA methylation epigenetic alterations genomic instability glucose metabolism hallmarks of aging healthy aging heart health Human longevity intercellular communication Kognitive Gesundheit Krebs cycle live longer longevity gene mental health metabolic health NAD+ nadh neuroprotection Nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide nmn Oxidative stress SIRT1 sirtuins Zelluläre Seneszenz

Nicotinamide mononucleotide (NMN) is a molecule that has gained a lot of well-deserved attention in recent years as a potential anti-aging supplement, both in the scientific community as well as among the general public. This is because NMN has been shown to activate another molecule already present in your body,...

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The Story Of Ketones And How They Might Be Able To Prevent Alzheimer’s Disease

The Story Of Ketones And How They Might Be Able To Prevent Alzheimer’s Disease

By Max Cerquetti 07 de outubro de 2022 | adenosine triphosphate Alzheimer's Alzheimer’s disease anti-aging ATP blood sugar regulator fasting gene expression gluconeogenesis glucose metabolism glycogenolysis healthy aging high fat ketogenic diet Human longevity intermittent fasting keto diet ketogenic diet ketones ketones bodies live longer MCI mental health mild cognitive impairment NAD+ neuroprotection Tricarboxylic acid cycle

Your brain is a very "expensive" organ to maintain, in terms of its energy needs. This remarkable structure, weighing about 3 pounds in the average adult, is about 60 percent fat, with the rest of its tissues made up of a combination of water, carbohydrates, protein, and salts. Your brain,...

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A Different Kind of Magic Mushroom - How Ergothioneine Can Protect Your Brain

A Different Kind of Magic Mushroom - How Ergothioneine Can Protect Your Brain

By Max Cerquetti 26 de julho de 2022 | anti-aging blood sugar regulator Cellular Senescence chronological age cognition cognitive function Cognitive Health Ergothioneine ferulic acid healthy aging heart health Hericium Erinaceus Human longevity immune system L-Ergothioneine Lion's Mane live longer matsutake mental health metabolic health Neurovascular Unit rice bran Tricholoma matsutake

The search for effective compounds that promise to protect the human brain from the ravages of cognitive decline, including impaired decision making, inability to concentrate, memory loss, confusion, and even full blown dementia, has never been more urgent. According to the Centers for Disease Control in Atlanta, there are 16...

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How Much Sleep Is Exactly The Right Amount? New Research Pinpoints The Exact Number Of Hours

How Much Sleep Is Exactly The Right Amount? New Research Pinpoints The Exact Number Of Hours

By Max Cerquetti 29 de maio de 2022 | Circadian Rhythm cognition cognitive function genomics healthy aging heart health Human longevity live longer mental health Polygenic Risk Score (PRS) sleep duration

Ah, sleep! When you get the right amount of it, you feel great. But if you don’t sleep too well for a night or two, or worse, lose a night of sleep entirely, you can barely function. You, like all other human beings, have had a lifetime of personal experience...

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Genetics, Longevity and Cancer - Current Research Uncovers Surprising Findings

Genetics, Longevity and Cancer - Current Research Uncovers Surprising Findings

By Max Cerquetti 24 de abril de 2022 | Cellular Senescence chronological age Cognitive Health DNA methylation epigenetic age epigenetic alterations gene expression genomic instability

Everyone is familiar with the widely varying sizes, as well as lifespans, of different mammals. A mouse, weighing in at under an ounce, lives a mere 12 to 18 months. Male elephants can weigh up to 13,000 pounds and have an average lifespan of 60 to 70 years. The blue...

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Spermidine And Its Effects On Human Health And Wellbeing

Spermidine And Its Effects On Human Health And Wellbeing

By Max Cerquetti 20 de fevereiro de 2022 | Autophagie autophagy Cellular Senescence Cognitive Health epigenetic age Epigenetic Clock epigenetische Alter Epigenetische Uhr gene expression Genexpression gesundes Altern healthy aging heart health Herz Gesundheit Human longevity Kognitive Gesundheit Menschliche Langlebigkeit metabolic health Spermidin spermidine Stoffwechselgesundheit Weizenkeimextrakt wheat germ extract Zelluläre Seneszenz

In 1677, Antony Van Leeuwenhoek, a modestly educated Dutchman who was an unassuming textile business owner, peered through the carefully crafted high-power lens of his microscope and made a startling discovery. Endlessly curious, Leeuwenhoek had already made a number of ground-breaking discoveries using his self-crafted lenses, including the existence of...

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AI-Designed ‘Living Robots’ Provide a Potential New Foundation for Regenerative Medicine

AI-Designed ‘Living Robots’ Provide a Potential New Foundation for Regenerative Medicine

By Nutriop Longevity 26 de dezembro de 2021 | AI stem cells anti-aging Cellular Senescence living robots Regenerative Medicine xenobots

If reproduction is the hallmark of life, then the world’s first ‘living robots’ may have just stepped out of a petri dish in Burlington, Vermont. Admittedly, ‘stepped out’ may be overstating it, (the AI-designed ‘xenobots’ rolled around unceremoniously in the dish instead) however, they did manage to achieve something quite...

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Is Yoga the Key to Aging Gracefully?

Is Yoga the Key to Aging Gracefully?

By Max Cerquetti 22 de novembro de 2021 | anti-aging Cognitive Health Diabetes healthy aging heart health live longer metabolic health yoga

It’s been called a religion, a practice, and the world’s oldest form of exercise. Now it’s being studied academically for its anti-aging abilities.Practiced as early as 3300 BC, the ancient discipline of yoga is seeing renewed research focus as scholars seek the key to graceful aging.According to a recent study...

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What Is the Theoretical Upper Age Limit of Humans? Blood Cell Counts and Footsteps May Offer a Clue

What Is the Theoretical Upper Age Limit of Humans? Blood Cell Counts and Footsteps May Offer a Clue

By Max Cerquetti 16 de outubro de 2021 | biological clocks blood cell counts epigenetic alterations genomic instability hallmarks of aging Human longevity intercellular communication live longer loss of resilience

Something is going to get you in the end — it could be cancer, diabetes, or a lightning strike. But what if, in a perfect world, you were able to avoid all of those calamities, do away with the everyday stressors that compound to chip away at your health, and...

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Epigenetic Clocks as Age Predictors: Their History, Strengths, and Limitations

Epigenetic Clocks as Age Predictors: Their History, Strengths, and Limitations

By Max Cerquetti 08 de setembro de 2021 | chAge chronological age DNA methylation DNAm eAge epigenetic age Epigenetic Clock Horvath clock

We know only too well that old age is the main risk factor for cancer, cardiovascular disease, and neurodegeneration. Frustratingly, advances in aging research were delayed for many years due to the poor reliability of tools used in predicting the rate of patients’ biological aging. To better understand the aging...

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Sleep, Aging, And Your Brain -  What You Must Know

Sleep, Aging, And Your Brain - What You Must Know

By Max Cerquetti 20 de agosto de 2021 | anti-aging Circadian Rhythm Cognitive Health gene expression immune system longevity gene Nutriop® Life SIRT1 sirtuins sleep cycles sleep stages

You’ve likely heard the old saying advising people to get their "beauty sleep". Turns out, that similar to many other folk sayings, there is more wisdom in those words than one would imagine. Getting the right amount of sleep is critical, not only for your health but for optimal cognitive...

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