Blood Study: Biomarkers Predict Parkinson’s Disease

Can you tell the future of your health by a blood test?  A recent study published by the Journal of Parkinsons’ Disease (PD) revealed that testing blood for inflammatory and cell senescence biomarkers could be a sign of cognitive decline. Lead investigator, Dr. Gabriele Saretzki, Ph.D., stated, “we sought to replicate this finding as well Read More

Heart Health: Diet, Exercise, Stress, and Family History

February is Heart Health Month, which is the perfect opportunity to renew your motivation on your New Year’s resolution on being healthier or a great way to start and continue a healthy year. Every day we take for granted the amount of strain we put our hearts through because of unhealthy habits, such as: not Read More

Delay Alzheimer’s by Promoting Cell and Brain Health

In past blogs, we have discussed the importance of stable cell replication and maintaining healthy cell structure. Each cell in your body contains a chromosome made of your DNA, which has a protective tip to aid during the replication process. These tips – called telomeres – protect the chromosome during cell replication and shorten over Read More

Decrease Oxidative Stress with Yoga and Telos95®

We have mentioned in previous Longevity By Nature blogs that oxidative stress can overrun your cell replication. This can lead to aging at a faster rate. The effects of aging can cause many issues, such as immobility or forgetfulness.  If you are seeking secrets or tricks to hack your way to impeccable health, your research Read More

Telomeres and the Hayflick Limit

As you age, your cells replicate and divide to produce new cells from your chromosomes. All of the information in your DNA remains the same. However, the tips of the chromosomes – your telomeres – shorten after each division.  These telomeres, as well as the enzyme telomerase that rebuilds them, are linked to the process Read More

Free Radicals and Their Attack on Telomeres

As you may have read in a past Longevity By Nature blog, free radicals can be harmful to the body. They enter our system in the foods and liquids we ingest. They also infiltrate us through the air we breathe and when we exercise. Because they are everywhere, free radicals can overwhelm the body’s ability Read More

Telomere Health and Stress: Are We Worrying Ourselves to Death?

  We talk a lot about free radicals breaking down our health.  While they can contribute to our bodies breaking down in lots of ways, we are most concerned about telomere heath and our wellness.  Just in the last few weeks, we’ve brought you scientific-backed articles on the connection between telomeres and cancer, and the Read More

Telomere Length Alters Brain’s Structure

We often discuss the importance of telomere length.  More importantly, we have shown how extending the length of telomeres can lower cellular age.  We will share more on the TeloYear Age clinical trial shortly. First, our team at Longevity By Nature wants to share with you important news. It comes from the Max Planck Institute, Read More

Biohacking Your Way to Longer Telomeres

In this modern world of health, wellness, and science-minded thinking by the average person, an annual physical at the doctor isn’t cutting it anymore. People want more.   We are seeing a society where each person is redefining his or her personal care.  People want for health what the iPhone is doing for technology-minded individuals. They Read More

Do I Need My Telomeres to Stay Healthy?

Telomeres are an extremely important part of the human body. Although you can not see them from the outside, they are still there keeping you alive.  So, yes. You need your telomeres! But why?  Why Do I Need My Telomeres?  Telomeres are located at the bottom of each chromosome. As we age, our DNA splits Read More