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

Nutraceuticals in the New Year

  With the new year comes a lot of new resolutions. Many people focus on the New Year, New Your mindset.  But as we all know, many of us find ourselves slipping after just a few weeks in.  It could be the diet that cracks first, as we make that spontaneous decision to hit the Read More

Connecting Telomere Length and Prader-Willi Syndrome

If you read our news column here at Longevity By Nature, you know the importance of telomeres and how their length plays a direct role in a person’s lifespan. We were intrigued to learn of a new study surrounding telomeres and Prader-Willi Syndrome (PWS).   For those not familiar with PWS, the National Institute of Health describes 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

Free Radicals: Are They Harmful?

You may not realize it, but at any time, you could be living in oxidative stress because of free radicals.  What happens during this process is that you have oxygen in your body, splitting into single atoms with unpaired electrons.  Since electrons like to exist in pairs, they search your body, trying to pair up Read More