Why am I getting old? Molecular Changes Driving Old Age
Aging mechanisms interact within a network of complex feedback loops, leading to increased damage and degeneration over time.Read More >>
What is Positive Aging?
By applying the principles of Positive Aging, you can avoid disease and disability and lead a long, healthy, and fulfilling life.Read More >>
Want to become anti-frail? Then consider a Fasting-Mimicking Diet.
Fasting-mimicking diets induce a fasting state while providing essential micro-nutrients, significantly reducing the risk of malnutrition.Read More >>
How to Build an Anti-frail Mind: Combine Ikigai with Self-Directed Learning
By using your hobbies to inspire your education, you protect your mind as you age while enhancing meaning in life.Read More >>
How to Perform Efficient Strength Workouts
Lack of time to is the primary reason why people don’t regularly exercise. Designing time-efficient and effective strength workouts may help.Read More >>
How to use High-Intensity Exercise to Overcome Disability
Both resistance training and HIIT can improve the health, longevity, and quality of life of people with disabilities.Read More >>
How to Use Resistance Training to Become Anti-Frail
Resistance training helps you avoid frailty by making you stronger, improving your body composition, and increasing your physical performance.Read More >>
Training for Longevity
Endurance training protects you from cardiovascular disease, whereas power training protects you from cancer. Therefore, if you want to live a long time, you should include both endurance and power training into your exercise routine.Read More >>
The Mediterranean Diet for a Happy Gut
The Mediterranean Diet supports your intestinal tract and immune system, boosts your levels of beneficial bacteria, and keeps your guts healthy.Read More >>
Interval Training for Healthy Aging
Interval simultaneously increases cardiorespiratory fitness and muscle mass, making it an effective training method for healthy aging.Read More >>
To Keto or not to Keto?
Although ketogenic diets are a proven approach for rapid fat loss, they also cause muscle loss, even if you train hard and eat plenty of protein.Read More >>