Welcome to Live2AgeWell the healthy aging and healthy living website. We want to share ideas that can contribute to a health span that deliver a long and happy life.
We also give a friendly welcome to our new visitors from Hawaii and the combination promotion of Love's Bakery and Roman Meal Bread. Please, visit our special page set up to introduce you to diet and nutrition information with recipes and special downloads of articles and news. A few of our articles were even written from Hawaii. We hope you enjoy our website.
The purpose of this website is to give visitors information on healthy living, healthy aging, and health benefits of diet and exercise.* You'll find easy-to-read articles on nutrition, genes, tips on senior health, and suggestions to improve your health in general as well as specifics about particular conditions. which might be overcome by lifestyle and knowledge.
Learn what it takes to have a healthy mind, body and spirit from experts on the science of nutrition. If you're out to change your lifestyle to become a healthier, happier you, the you've come to the right place. If you haven't made that choice, yet, then this is a great place to start. Make this website your first step on the journey to better health . . . and share your successes with others.
We encourage comments and questions. There is a simple query form below. We will delve into our scientific sources for answers and post our responses. This website would not be possible without the help and assistance of the Linus Pauling Institute at Oregon State University.
Featured Healthful Aging and Healthy Living Article & News
Roasted Beets Fight Memory Loss . . . and
A favorite food in our home is roasted baby beets. These colorful root vegetables contain nutrients which are "cardiovascular health" friendly. Studies of beets also indicate that they may help defend against memory loss and promote healthy aging. When we roast beets, we roast them with other root vegetables like carrots, onions, leeks, and cauliflower for a healthy and tasty side-dish for lunch or dinner. Any left-overs, a rare occasion, are great to add to soups and sauces. (Spaghetti, anyone?)
The essential nutrient choline in red beets may be oxidized in the body and form a metabolite called betaine. Betaine is a helpful partner in good cardiovascular health. It helps convert homocysteine to methionine, which is thought to reduce the risk of cardiovascular diseases. Alzheimer's disease . . . Click Here to read the entire article.
Healthful Aging and Healthy Living News Headlines:
Here's an informative article on Colds and Flu from ABC News, which features scientific information presented by LPI researcher, Adrian Gombart
Healthful Aging Questions and Comments
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Upcoming Anti-Aging and Healthful Aging Articles
Scientific studies are being carried out all the time. In addition, previous studies are being updated with new information.
Here are a few that might make good articles for our blog:
5 things you didn't know about chocolate
Beer compound shows potent promise in prostate cancer battle
Older fathers passing along mutated genes to their offspring
Nutrients of concern with separate articles on potassium, dietary fiber, and calcium
Micronutrients and phytochemicals related to cognitive decline
Micronutrients and phytochemicals related to neurodegenerative diseases
Essentials for healthy aging
Supplement healthy aging
Mitochondria decline means declining health
What causes aging and mitochondria decline
Micronutrients related to rheumatoid arthritis
Elderly who eat better stay mentally sharp
What are the secrets to aging well
These scientific studies and reports look interesting to us, and we hope they will be interesting to you.
*The articles and blog postings on this website are an attempt to convert scientific studies into easily understandable material. The articles are for your information only. For any suggestions of supplements, dosages and treatments, please consult your regular physician.
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