Ask yourself this: What good is looking younger than your real age if you feel physically and mentally older nonetheless? That’s the problem with most so-called “anti-aging treatments” that merely focus on cosmetic appearance or on relieving an individual’s age-related symptom (e.g., fatigue, brain fog, joint pain, etc.) after it has already occurred and is
For centuries, people have been searching for the proverbial “fountain of youth.” As medical science evolved, researchers found ways to extend life expectancy, but not necessarily slow down the aging process – until the advent of regenerative medicine. Since aging occurs on a cellular level, the key to maintaining one’s youthful appearance, vitality, and overall
Aging is an inevitable fact of life, a natural biological process brought on by oxidative stress, glycation, telomere shortening, side reactions, mutations, aggregation of proteins, and other progressive damage to our bodily structures and functions. But just because you are getting older by the minute, doesn’t mean you have to look and feel older prematurely.
The key to slowing down the aging process lies in the fact that aging occurs at a cellular level, starting with each cell in the human body. That’s because our cells have the innate intelligence to remain healthy and strong. This explains why many so-called anti-aging treatments don’t work – because they attack the problems
Alopecia (hair loss) is a widespread problem for many men and women alike. While some people are genetically predisposed to losing hair at a certain age, others simply experience alopecia as part of the natural aging process. In either case, the root cause of hair loss is cellular in nature. It is that cellular element