A number of studies suggest that light alcohol consumption may help to promote extended good health:
The incidence of age-related diseases in a centenarian offspring (children of parents who lived to be at least 97 years old) is lower.
Researchers from the Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior at the University of California Los Angeles (USA) reported that Internet surfing helps to stimulate, and may quite possibly improve, brain health and cognitive ability.
Anything organic is better for the skin than synthetic products - This is a myth. Natural products rarely exist in a form that is perfectly balanced for your skin's use.
The heart deteriorates with age, primarily as a result of lack of physical activity.
Skin care can be summed up by 3 steps; minimal cleansing; moisturizing as needed and photoprotection (avoiding sun damage.) Once the basics are covered should one then consider: agents that supposedly repair damaged skin; start a regimen of antioxidants that protect your genetic material
Containing less caffeine than black tea, green tea is most noted for an antioxidant compound known as epigallocatechin-3-gallate (EGCG), which has been shown to inhibit an anti-apoptotic protein involved In some types of cancer. Green tea may have a future interventive role in combating a number of diseases:
The Mediterranean diet is rich in cereals, fruits, legumes and whole grains, fish and olive oil. Numerous previous studies have shown those who follow the Mediterranean diet live longer, have less heart disease, and a reduced risk of cancers.