Optimal nutrition and a positive lifestyle are the key components to a healthier, longer life that is free from dementia, cancer and chronic ill-health.
Aging can be described as a slow decline of multiple biological functions. It involves numerous processes including DNA instability, telomere shortening, epigenetic alteration, and mitochondrial decline. Aging is also associated with inflammation and impaired cellular regeneration. The progression of aging and development of age-related diseases can be induced by triggers including an unbalanced diet, lifestyle […]read more
Cancer is a leading cause of death worldwide, however up to 50% of cancers could be prevented by avoiding key modifiable risk factors. It is well accepted that the chances of developing cancer are affected largely by lifestyle choice. How people chose to eat and live can have a powerful effect on health, including cancer […]read more