The global skin care industry generated $121 billion in 2016. But that money might have been better spent on a little known antioxidant supplement called molecular hydrogen. It’s not fancy, but studies show it helps keeps skin better hydrated, elastic, and wrinkle-free.
Everything around you is slowly ruining good your looks and youthful glow. Take better care of your health and skin with these all-natural anti-aging tips.
Learn how you may be able to benefit from H2’s unique anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties by simply dropping a pill in water.
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Shea butter has both short-term and long-term beauty effects – from moisturizatizing to promoting a youthful look.
Switzerland has both the highest chocolate consumption and the most Nobel Prize winners per capita. Is this just coincidence, or can eating chocolate actually make you smarter?
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Reishi used to be considered gold when it came to medicinal properties. It fights cancer, inflammation, high-blood pressure, boosts the immune system, and much more.
The health benefits of royal jelly range from anti-inflammatory benefits, to reducing the risk of cancer, and to improving brain function.
Want to join the estimated one million Americans expected to have lived to 100 or older by the year 2050?
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We all know our diet has a direct effect on how we look and feel. Now, surprising new research shows that mice develop a certain sexy “swagger” after eating probiotics. Does this apply to humans as well?
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It turns out, feeding your body the right nutrients rather than stuffing it with “empty” calories will not only help you lose unwanted pounds, it’s a key ingredient for living a long and healthy life.
A simple test that looks at how easy—or difficult—it is for you to sit down on the floor and then get back up may help predict how long you’re going to live.