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Repairing Blood Vessel Lining - For Longevity & Cardiovascular Health

July 31, 2016

Endothelial cells form the structural basis of the lining of blood vessels (the endothelium).  Damage to the endothelium affects the ability of the blood vessel to function and increases with age. Endothelial Progenitor Cells (EPCs) function to repair damage to the endothelial of blood vessels and are considered important in the prevention of cardiovascular disease. Furthermore, since healthy arteries are vital in supporting longevity, improving the function of EPCs plays an important role in extending lifespan. Taurine and Magnesium. Administration of taurine and magnesium to lab animals resulted in significant increases in EPC colonies, enhancing endothelium repair and function. Aging is associated with decreased levels of EPCs, a significant factor in endothelium damage and impairment of vascular maintenance and homeostasis. ...

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Air Pollutants Outdoor Indoor Exercising - Detoxification

June 29, 2016

Air pollutants are harmful and affect everyone, but may be additionally detrimental for people who exercise  at higher levels (with higher inhalation rates) both outdoors and indoors. Since runners, bikers, aerobics class participants and other fitness buffs, require more oxygen and deeper inhalation. they typically inhale higher level of pollutants. For example, a fitness center study comparing the inhalation of pollutants of  indoor aerobics class vs. less intense activity, showed 2x's the amount of pollutants inhaled by the higher intensity aerobics class. (1) Moreover, the air pollutants tend to become trapped deeper into the lung tissue. Furthermore,  air pollutants are most often not apparent and the fitness ethusiast is unlikely to be aware of the inhalation hazard. Air pollutants have...

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Brown Adipose Tissue - Support for Obesity Diabetes and Longevity

June 06, 2016

 In humans, there are two types of adipose tissue. White adipose tissue and brown adipose tissue. White adipose tissue is associated with excessive fat storage, obesity, insulin resistance and diabetes. Whereas, brown adipose tissue has the opposite effect - producing energy, reducing fat storage and obesity, while increasing insulin sensitivity and reducing diabetes. Further, increasing expression of brown adipose tissue (adipocytes) may also be correlated with increases in longevity. Newborns have the greatest amount of brown fat, which helps provide a source of heat, but gradually decreases with age. Adults have a predominance of white adipose tissue which correlate with America's obesity epidemic. ADIPOCYTES COMPARISON White Adipocytes. Store fat (triglycerides) and is linked to obesity and associated metabolic disorders such...

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Remarkable Vinpocetine & Citrus Bergamot - Youthful Arteries and Suppressing Atherosclerosis

May 09, 2016

Arteries degenerate with age, via a process known as vascular remodeling, leading to atherosclerosis, stroke and other cardiovascular diseases.. Therefore, preserving youthful arteries is a very important factor in longevity. Two important supplements which have been shown to suppress degenerative changes to the arteries are vinpocetine and citrus bergamot polyphenols. VASCULAR AGING - Involves changes to the vascular endothelium and smooth muscle which promotes increased hypertension and stiffness of the arteries. The results is an aged vascular system  which is characterized by inflammation and atherosclerosis. As such, the arteries lose their ability to expand and contract, and becomes stiff, thickened and inflamed. When the vascular system ages it becomes more susceptible to hypertension, ischemic stroke and coronary heart blockage (heart...

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