These are the conclusions of a recent study.

Ever heard of the LIFE diet? It’s a nutrient dense whole food plant-based diet. It includes drinking one 32-ounce (or 946 ml) LIFE smoothie every day, eating at least 5 ounces (or 142 gr) by weight of dark green leafy vegetables in salad or cooked vegetables per day, and limiting consumption of whole grains, starchy […]

All of them seem to have the same effect on our body. At least, according to a recent study. The study investigated how the powerful antioxidants in green tea, catehins ECG and EGCG, act in the worm C. elegans.

The main reason why a Western diet is bad for our health is that it stimulates oxidative stress. A recent study showed that this oxidative stress increases inflammation, which “switches off” the expression of the peptide NaKtide in fat cells (adipocytes), causing systemic inflammation through the signaling Na,K-ATPase pathway. This leads to changes in the […]

A recent study found that an oxidation-antioxidant imbalance in the blood is an early indicator of Alzheimer’s. The study showed that oxidative markers, known to be involved in Alzheimer’s disease, are increased up to 5 years before the onset of the disease in people with the APOE4 gene.

According to a recent study, strength training for your breathing muscles just 5 minutes every day lowers blood pressure and improves your heart health at least as good as medication and much higher as aerobic exercise.

What can possibly be good about migraines that cause so much pain and discomfort? Actually, migraines turned out to have a very important role in our brain. According to a recent study, migraine can be seen as a protective response to oxidative stress, caused by a lack of energy in our brain.

Nature provides us with a wide variation of beautiful medicinal plants that are used in different cultures for health support and disease treatment. Whether the plants could also be used to treat the uncurable Alzheimer’s disease remains poor investigated.

According to a recent large Australian study, eating more fruit and vegetables can lead to less stress across adults of all ages!

We know the common advice of living long and healthy. By saying ‘living long’ normally we understand living till 85-95 years old. But what about the extreme longevity? Why do some people manage to live 105+ years?