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Hack Your Metabolism. Aging is inevitable, but it’s also one of the main reasons we get sick. Our bodies naturally start taking more and more time to recover, our metabolism starts slowing down, and cells have a harder time rejuvenating. That leaves plenty of room for our bodies to start making unintentional mistakes on a cellular level, increasing our risk of disease and infection. 

David Sinclair, A.O., Ph.D. one of the top scientists and researchers in the aging field is known  for his Information Theory of Aging, which is based on the premise that aging is the result of losing essential instructions that your cells need to continue functioning. 

So, how can we hack our metabolism to slow down the aging process and why does it play such a huge role in our lifespan? 


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15 February 2023 adminAllHealthy Living0

Medicine Cabinet. People keep all sorts of products in their medicine cabinet, from prescriptions they really need for an existing health condition and exercise supplements, to multivitamins and other medicine that shouldn’t be there. Here’s how to determine what to keep and what to throw away. 


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1 February 2023 adminAllGut health0

A Healthy Oral Microbiome. You’ve probably heard of the gut microbiome, the trillions of microorganisms living in your digestive tract. They dictate almost every single function in your body and without a healthy balance, you’re at risk of developing diseases and illnesses. 

That’s why taking probiotics and fermented products is crucial in order to sustain a healthy gut microbiome and help promote overall health and longevity. 

But, diet and nutrition start from the mouth, and even though we know there are microorganisms living in our oral cavity, we’ve only recently discovered the importance and role a healthy oral microbiome plays in our systemic health. 


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