Category Archives: stay young

Turmeric and Curcumin

By Jonathan Galland

One natural product that is generating a lot of interest in the research centers is curcumin, the principal component of turmeric.

Turmeric is an outstanding example of the food as medicine concept, that foods can powerfully support the body’s healing processes.

The mellow flavor and bright color of turmeric are a highlight of cooking from India to Nepal to Southeast Asia, and it is a key ingredient in curry powder.

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Fall Beauty Wellness Wisdom Event

We are delighted to announce an amazing Fall 2014 Beauty Wellness Wisdom event at abc home here in New York City on Saturday, 9/13.


It is organized by our good friend Paula Gilovich, who is passionate about Integrated Medicine and everything that can help us move toward a more natural, sustainable and healthy way of life.

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Practice Tai Chi to Fight Aging

Dr. Shinn-Zong Lin

Tai Chi, a traditional Chinese martial art and sport, could be a choice of anti-aging exercise as it has been found beneficial in raising the numbers of a type of cell important to the body’s functions and structures.


To evaluate the potential life-lengthening effect of Tai Chi, researchers from Taiwan conducted a year-long study comparing the rejuvenating and anti-aging effects among three groups of Continue reading


Lipoic Acid Restores “Biological Clock”

Lipoic acid, a powerful antioxidant essential for aerobic metabolism, has been found to be able to reset the “biological clock” in most life forms.


Linus Pauling Institute researchers discovered that lipoic acid Continue reading


Do You Want Health Care or Disease Care?

By Dr. Jeffrey Bland


“Personalized Medicine.”


This term has come into frequent use, both in the medical field and in the media. But what does “personalized medicine” mean?


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Supplements to Boost Energy and Restore Mitochondrial Function

By Professor Emeritus Garth L. Nicolson


Fatigue and symptoms related to fatigue are the most common complaints of patients, and fatigue is also associated with aging.


Moderate to severe fatigue is usually related to loss of mitochondrial function and production of high-energy molecules needed for cellular function.

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