Anti-Aging Health Studies

e-cigarette | Longevity LIVE

Smoking can be extremely detrimental to your health – increasing the risk for various forms of cancer, raising your blood pressure, decreasing sexual performance as well as making you more addicted to nicotine. That being said, many individuals are looking to vaping (e-cigarette) as a healthier alternative to smoking. However,

early | Longevity LIVE

According to recent statistics from the World Health Organization, more than 300 million people of all ages suffer from depression in the world, with it being a major contributor to the overall global burden of disease. While this condition is more common in women, a recent study suggests that being an

keto | Longevity LIVE

With influential celebrities like Kourtney Kardashian being big fans, it’s no wonder that so many people are looking to adopt the keto diet. But what exactly is this new form of eating and what are its effects on the body? We went and uncovered all the details so you can make

antibiotic | Longevity LIVE

Despite numerous public health campaigns aimed at reducing unnecessary prescriptions for antibiotics, these medications continue to be prescribed at startlingly high rates and is set to surge again this winter as we enter the colds and flu season. In a national survey conducted by Pharma Dynamics – a responsible provider

L-cysteine | Longevity LIVE

L-cysteine, often referred to as “cysteine”, is a non-essential and sulphur- containing amino acid (building block of protein) found in the human body. It is found in beta-keratin, which is the main protein in our nails, hair and skin. According to the National Centre for Biotechnology Information in the USA,

alkaline | Longevity LIVE

Following Kelly Ripa’s proclamation on her morning talk-show that the alkaline diet helped turn her health around, many individuals are looking to adopt it. However, with so little evidence backing up the supposed health benefits that the diet can provide, it’s important to uncover whether this diet is all fad

vegetables | Longevity LIVE

Healthy, plant-based diets may be harder to maintain by 2050, at least in certain parts of the world. As a result of various environmental changes, such as water scarcity, climate change, air pollution and salinization, global agricultural production is likely to experience negative effects. Yearly average yields with regards to

green tea | Longevity LIVE

A highly potent South African green tea extract has been voted among the world’s top new products at one of Europe’s most prestigious natural health trade shows. Produced in the foothills of the Drakensberg in Mpumalanga and developed by scientists and medical experts, polyphenol-rich Origine 8 was voted as one

foods | Longevity LIVE

While sun exposure can help in providing a daily dose Vitamin D, excessive exposure to the UV rays can be extremely detrimental to our health. The UV rays can activate free radicals in the skin which can lead to premature aging, as well as increase the risk for skin cancer.

smoking | Longevity LIVE

Smoking kills, as the majority of literate people are well aware. Estimates show that it causes death for nearly six million people on a global scale annually, being the leading cause of cancer and death from cancer. Additionally, it is a known risk factor for both heart disease and stroke.