One Truth 818 at RAADFEST 2017

After a successful inaugural event, RAAD Fest (Revolution Against Aging & Death Festival) will return to San Diego, CA, on August 9th for five days of inspiring talks and seminars from the innovators in the field of life extension. Billed as the largest event ever for life extension enthusiasts, it will allow visitors to: Gain vital insights into…

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Telomeres and the Nobel Prize

The science of aging has been under serious consideration for a number of years within the scientific community. Many of the smartest minds in the world have been attracted to this field of study to better understand its complexities and to find ways to, if not halt aging, than to age better. The Nobel Prize…

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A guide to anti-aging nutrients

It seems hardly a month goes by without a new anti-aging superstar emerging on the scene. It can be hard to keep up with them all and what it is they’re supposed to do for you. Well, help is at hand as we take a look at a few of the most celebrated anti-aging nutrients,…

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Staying young: anti-aging tips for your mind and body

Antiaging tips for your mind and body

As we get older, our mind and body begin to decline from their peak cognitive and physical abilities. Studies suggest that our brains begin to slow down from as early as our mid-twenties. In recent years, however, science and our understanding of the aging process have moved on drastically. Aging and its consequences are no…

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Anti-aging foods: 5 of the best to look younger for longer

We all know a balanced diet will keep us healthier for longer but did you know what you eat can make you look as well as feel younger too? For years we’ve been inundated with information on what to eat to live longer and keep our body and mind healthy. Unfortunately, one area often overlooked…

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Sedentary lifestyle linked to advanced biological aging

Sedentary lifestyle linked to advanced biological aging

A recent study by researchers at the University of San Diego investigated the impact of a sedentary lifestyle on cell age in elderly women and found that those who exercised the least had biologically ‘older’ cells than the more active participants. The findings were published in the February 2017 issue of the American Journal of…

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