In Human Cells and Live Mice Aging is Reversible

A new study reveals changes to gene activity that transpire with age can be reversed. New research implies it is possible to slow or even reverse aging, at least in mice, by undoing changes in gene activity—the same kinds of changes that are the result of decades of life in humans. As reported by a… Read More »

Alternatives to Resveratrol: The Anti-Aging NAD Trend

Ever wonder why children are bursting with boundless energy all day long?  The answer is: young Mitochondria. Mitochondria fuel our cells, providing them with energy originated from bacteria that colonized other cells about 2 billion years, they become fickle as we age. A prominent hypothesis regarding aging states that decaying of Mitochondria is a major expediter… Read More »