Can a Vitamin Combo Prolong Your Life?

Vitamins are nutrients that when synthesized or assimilated in the right quantities support our health and well-being. A new review suggests that a set of known and newly categorized vitamins can help prolong a person’s lifespan, and promote health well into old age.

“Longevity vitamins,” according to the researchers, are the nutrients which support the function of “longevity proteins,” and allow the human body to remain healthy, and live for an extended period.

Over 30 vitamins sustain longevity

Dr. Ames explains that these key nutrients — which include vitamin K, vitamin D, omega-3 fatty acids, magnesium, and selenium — contribute to the processes that keep the cells in our bodies healthy.

These nutrients play many roles in the body, including repairing DNA, maintaining cardiovascular health, and preventing cellular damage due to oxidative stress, the scientist argues…



13 Habits Linked to a Long Life (Backed by Science)

Many people think that life expectancy is largely determined by genetics.

However, genes play a much smaller role than originally believed. It turns out that environmental factors like diet and lifestyle are key…



Cell Signaling Molecules

Redox signaling (also called cell signaling) is vital to strengthening the genetic signal that keeps our cells talking. ASEA’s breakthrough redox signaling technology provides critical connection and communication between cells to ensure optimal renewal and revitalization, supporting the development of new, healthy cells in the body.


A Life Changing Technology

ASEA REDOX products are the first and only products on the market that contains active redox signaling molecules, cellular messengers vital in protecting, rejuvenating, and restoring cells. These molecules, native to the human body, are created through a groundbreaking, patented process that reorganizes molecules of natural salt and purified water into redox signaling molecules…


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The Best Detox Vitamins & Minerals for Removing Toxins from Your System

In recent years, the word “detox” has come to mean cleansing the body from every day “toxins” by sticking to a special diet and even avoiding food altogether. But in the true medical sense, detoxification is a process that the body undergoes naturally when removing harmful substances like drugs and alcohol from your system. And instead of restricting food, the best thing you can do is give the body what it needs to function. Detoxing isn’t just about removing the bad stuff—it’s also about replacing it with the good…



Rising to the Challenge of Recovery – Voyage Recovery

How we respond to both pleasure and pain is ruled by the limbic system, the part of the brain involved in motivation, emotion, learning and memory, and that’s ultimately responsible for our self-preservation. It is what helps us develop coping mechanisms, which are a means of defeating or evading physical, mental or emotional discomfort using memories of what has worked in the past…



10 Ways to Naturally Detox Your Body – Body Cleansing


Professional Athletes Use Cryotherapy for Faster Recovery and to Improve Athletic Performance

It sounds like it’s straight out of Austin Powers, but athletes are turning to cryotherapy to soothe their sore muscles — even though some say it’s dangerous…



Whole Body Cryotherapy Can be Hazardous to Your Skin

Whole body cryotherapy (WBC) involves exposing your body to subzero temperatures for 2 to 4 minutes while nearly naked. Temperatures can exceed -200° Fahrenheit.

If you’re wondering why anyone would do this, most people try it for the alleged health benefits. You may have seen claims that WBC can clear acne, eczema, and psoriasis — as well as give you younger-looking skin.

WBC proven to injure skin – While the benefits of using WBC to treat sore muscles and diseases remain unproven, there’s evidence that the extreme cold can injure your skin. Reported skin injuries due to WBC include: Frostbite, A frozen limb, Rashes…



Pros and Cons of Full-Body Cryotherapy

After being asked a few times recently and being quite interested in the topic myself, I wanted to take a few hours to dig through some research and reproduce the cliff notes for everyone on Whole-Body Cryotherapy…


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