Researchers examine the role of muscle strength in aging cognitive health

Research is showing a strong link between handgrip strength, walking speed, and cognition, indicating how improved physical health could boost elderly minds.

Introduction of 5 NAD+ precursors(including NMN)

Nowadays, NMN is more and more popular. Some people know that NMN is one kind of NAD+ precursors.

Your Guide to NAD and NMN and Their Anti-Aging Benefits

For most people, information about anti-aging products comes primarily from television and magazine ads touting a more youthful appearance. However, the scientific definition of anti-aging refers to the process of slowing, stopping, or even reversing the process of aging in all your body’s cells.

Exercise, weights key to a better life and healthy ageing

Healthy aging is more than the absence of disease, according to the World Health Organisation: "For most older people, the maintenance of functional ability has the highest importance," they say.


AGING LEAVES NO ONE BEHIND, but humans all experience the process differently, based on genetics and lifestyle factors.

Why NAD+ Declines During Aging

NAD+ is a molecule that is present in all living cells and is essential for a myriad of cellular processes, including regulating metabolism, performing signaling, facilitating DNA repair and blood vessel growth, and regulating some aspects of aging.

Enhanced mitochondrial biogenesis is associated with rat soleus and cardiac muscles

The current study focused on the effect of creatine supplementation with/without exercise on the expression of genes controlling mitochondrial biogenesis in skeletal and cardiac muscles

6 anti-aging benefits of yoga for a healthier you

Aging causes physical as well as mental changes in the body. Some signs of aging are external and can be seen by anyone you interact with. Others are internal and are hard to recognize, such as your decreasing energy.

10 Ways to Boost the Powerhouse of Your Cells – Mitochondria

Mitochondria are specialized structures found in cells. They participate in many cellular processes, but their most important function is to extract the energy that is stored in the chemical bonds of nutrients (in the form of electrically charged particles called electrons) and transform it into a form of energy that cells can use to power their activity.