Could caloric restriction be the most reliable health and longevity approach that we have available right now while we wait for medical technology to progress? A new review suggests that “calorie restriction is the most reasonable anti-ageing intervention”. Is this the best we can do for now? A new meta-analysis of caloric restriction studies has…

Contrary to certain sensationalist articles declaring that video games are harmful, there is, in fact, growing evidence that playing video games may have a positive effect on cognitive health, particularly in older people [1]. Today, we will be taking a look at the scientific evidence to see if brain training or hitting your favorite video…

Researchers at the Penn State College of Medicine believe that the health and longevity benefits seen in animals on sulfur amino acid-restricted diets could also work in humans. The concept of dietary sulfur amino acid restriction has been of interest to researchers for almost 30 years when the first studies showed health benefits in animals…

Nobody has yet been able to prevent or avoid time’s effects on our bodies and minds, and they are inevitable until science finds the solutions to aging. However, before then, we can do some things to try to slow the processes of aging down. One potential approach is to follow the Mediterranean diet. This diet…

We have all heard that exercise is good for our health. However, it can not only keep you healthy, it can also slow down some aspects of aging. Some researchers even think that it might be possible to use this knowledge to develop new therapies against aging. While waiting for that to happen, we need…

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