Thanksgiving is no holiday for deprivation, but there are a few easy ways to make it through the meal without overdoing it. Here are some
You know that “I can’t believe I ate the whole thing” feeling? Perhaps you’ve been eating sensibly, but somehow you feel puffy and uncomfortable? This temporary abdominal distension is commonly known as belly bloat and it is different than the extra weight that many wrestle with.
Anticholinergic drugs are dementia medications to avoid if you want to lower your risk of toxicity. Learn more about what these drugs are and how
Depending on who you talk to, you may hear different opinions on taking vitamins. However, recent research indicates at least some of us, especially as we get older, may need more nutrition than our diet is providing. Certain vitamins may also help protect us from health concerns associated with aging. Take vitamin D3, for example, and its potential benefits related to type 2 diabetes.
The familiar adage “beauty comes from within” has been bandied about since time in memoriam. However, now there is a growing body of scientific evidence supporting the theory that youthful, beautiful skin is, indeed, a reflection of what is going on inside your body at the cellular level.
By now you probably know all too well that a healthy lifestyle featuring daily exercise, plenty of sleep and a nutritious diet is key to top-of-your-game physical and mental health. But as the song goes “you’re only human” when faced with social situations where enjoying a cocktail (or two) is the norm.
“Oh I wish I still had her metabolism,” laments a middle-aged mother, while watching her slim teenaged daughter tuck into her second helping of calorie-laden pasta.
Also known as vitamin B7, biotin is a water-soluble nutrient. Like others in the B vitamin family, biotin helps support adrenal function, help calm and maintain a
healthy nervous system.
If you feel “off” often, you may be growing old before your time. Keep reading to learn why it happens and how to delay the
We all know exercise is an important component of good health. But when it comes to bone health, not all exercise is created equal. Weight-bearing exercises are beneficial to preserve bone health and bone density. As you age, the structure and density of your bones is negatively affected, forming a weaker less mineral-dense bone.
Juvenon is dedicated to long-lasting wellness and healthy aging initiatives through non-invasive, non-surgical means. We strive toward this mission in several ways. First and foremost, we promote a healthy lifestyle and diet. Our website, www.juvenon.com is full of information to assist you in your healthy lifestyle including recipes, tips and analysis on the latest advances in healthy aging.
Secondly, we only promote products that are backed by science and most importantly: that actually work. Our products use the scientific dose based on proven research. Customers can actually feel the difference after using our products.
Thirdly, Juvenon proudly supports top quality scientific research in the area of “Healthy Aging”. To this end Juvenon provides funding to the Healthy Aging Program at the Linus Pauling Institute, and has provided substantial funding to the Children’s Hospital Oakland Research Institute, Oakland.
Ultimately, it’s through the continued support from loyal customers — like you — that allows us to give back. Together we are saving lives and improving the quality of life on a global scale, and for that, we honor you and can’t thank you enough!