Intermittent fasting, the process by which the body is deprived calories from food for period of time then followed by feeding and the process repeated, has been associated with various indicators of extended lifespan and sustained youth. Such indicators include … Continue reading
Monthly Archives: March 2013
Hydrogen sulphide – the gas that gives rotten eggs their distinctive foul smell could lead to fountain of youth and block damaging chemical reactions inside cells, say scientists. The scientists, who reviewed studies on the malodorous gas and its effects … Continue reading
The risk of developing autism may be passed on through – and not just to – future generations, researchers say. The international study suggests older fathers are more likely to have grandchildren with autism than their younger counterparts.
Spring can bring real problems to those who tries to abide diet. How can you say “no” to one or several donuts when the weather grows colder?
You can’t exactly now when and where you will find your death. But it’s clear that you can bring it closer through the diets high in processed meat. Diets high in processed meats like sausages, ham, bacon, etc. were linked … Continue reading