Beyond Young

Jul. 8, 2017

“In a survey of people who live to be over 100 years of age, one of the only common factors is that they ate low- calorie diets. So, it would seem one of the key factors to maintaining good health is to ensure that you are not overeating.” 

Jul. 7, 2017

The process by which sugars and proteins couple in the body - called GLYCATION - is what really ages us.

According to a Journal of Clinical Anatomy on Aging, Glycation prevents the protein from working appropriately. If it occurs in the protein in your intervertebral disc, the disc dries out and degenerates. The same process is what ages all the systems of our body, our brain, our skin, our arteries, and our joints. Consequently, the more SUGAR that we put into our bodies, the more we glycate and speed up the process of aging.

Jul. 7, 2017
Apr. 18, 2017

STRESS is the greatest silent killer. Nowadays is hard to ignore those stressful situations like long working days, paying bills etc. but if you somehow manage to survive these modern obligations and complications, you should retire and slow down in some peaceful place, where you can reconnect with nature and try to live a calmer life.

Apr. 12, 2017

Fruit and vegetables have been shown to reduce cholesterol levels, blood pressure, and to boost the health of our blood vessels and immune system. This may be due to the complex network of nutrients they hold. For instance, they contain many antioxidants, which may reduce DNA damage, and lead to a reduction in cancer risk.
Studies suggest that although 5 portions of fruit and vegetables is good, 10 a day is even better.