We know that exercise slows the aging process and helps with body composition. Yet, many people do the wrong balance of training – they emphasize cardio over weight training and that’s not optimal, especially for aging muscles. Here’s why.
One myth about women and aging is that you become less happy with age. Studies show that well-being often increases later in life. Read on and discover other myths about aging that too many people still believe.
Could an anti-aging supplement help slow down the aging process in humans? A supplement called NMN will now undergo testing in humans – and it looks promising. Find out more.
Exercise may help slow the aging process. Aging begins at the cellular level – and a new study shows high-intensity exercise may be just the ticket for keeping your cells fit and healthy.
You hear a lot about the role gut bacteria play in health – but could they impact the aging process as well? Read on and find out what happens to the bacteria in your gut as you age.
Hopefully, you plan on training for the rest of your life, but as you enter the second half of life, you might want to make a few changes to your routine. Here are five to consider.
Are you having a hard time getting your abs to show, thanks to a layer of belly fat? Why is belly fat so hard to lose, especially as you age? Find out.
Could an antioxidant your body produces help protect you against aging? That’s what research suggests and this antioxidant is called glutathione. Here’s why it’s important.
Where are your “problem areas?” Do you store fat in your buttocks and thighs or around your waistline? More importantly, what does where you store fat say about your health? Find out.
Your immune system ages too? Yes, it does and it can affect your risk of disease in several ways. Are there ways to slow down the aging of your immune system? Find out.