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What can we do to ease and support our body's natural detox pathway? Bamboo forests may hold the answer to a cleaner life, in the form of detox binder—activated bamboo charcoal.

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We all wish to live longer but in good health, which is why science is exploring Calcium AKG as a possible solution to extend lifespans and delay age-related chronic health problems.
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Have you ever wondered how some people can be so active and lively well past their seventies? The status of our health is more to do with our biological age — how well our bodies function — rather than our so-called chronological age. 
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Everywhere in the world people are living longer, thanks in no small part to our ability to control infectious diseases. The next challenge will be to maintain good health in our later years.
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We all associate ageing with more wrinkles, greying hair, or finding it a little harder to spring up from a deck chair. But what does ageing look like in our cells?
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As people everywhere are living longer than ever before, scientists want to understand how and why we age? Their research has revealed that lifestyle — not just genetics — influences how long and how well we live.
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For most of human history we have conceivedage as rigid — andageing as inevitable. Now, three areas of science could change the way we think about ageing.
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Vitamin E is not just a lipid-soluble nutrient or the better known alpha-tocopherol. Read on and discover what may be vitamin E’s better half… Tocotrienol and more specifically Annatto Tocotrienol.

  • 10 min read
Spore-based probiotics colonizing habits, resilience to stomach acid and resistance to heat and light, it's no surprise they are fast becoming the probiotic of choice. Let’s take a closer look at some of the reasons why...
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You may be gazing out of your window, staring across your garden at the luscious trees or plants. Do you know we share something in common with them? 
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