Glycation and Stem Cell Function

Glycation and Stem Cell Function

Telomere, Glycation and Mitochondrial Dysfunction

“Mitochondrial dysfunction causes aging—but telomere shortening has turned out to be the primary cause of mitochondrial dysfunction,” says Dr. Andrews.

Glycation and Mitochondrial Dysfunction

What is Glycation? Part 1 of 5

What is Glycation?

There are many chemical reactions in the body that influence how it functions from the molecular to the cellular level, explaining how tissues, organs and systems work. At the same time, there are natural chemical reactions that occur in the body that explain how certain pathological processes evolve over time. These biochemical reactions include glycosylation and glycation.

Exercise affects men’s, women’s hearts differently: Study – CBS News

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Exercise affects men’s, women’s hearts differently: Study
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“Exercise physiology has been known to differ for men and women of different ages,” said Dr.

 

Dr-Dori Naerbo‘s insight:

Doctors now use the formula “220 minus age” to determine how hard patients should work out during exercise stress tests. Many people also use this formula to set their target heart rate during workouts.

Heart disease is more severe in patients deficient in ‘sunshine vitamin D’ – Daily Mail

Daily Mail Heart disease is more severe in patients deficient in ‘sunshine vitamin D’ Daily Mail Presenting her work to an American College of Cardiology meeting in Washington, she said vitamin D deficiency is an independent risk factor for heart…

 

Interaction between genetic predisposition to obesity and dietary calcium in relation to subsequent change in body weight and waist circumference

 

Dr-Dori Naerbo‘s insight:

Studies indicate an effect of dietary calcium on change in body weight (BW) and waist circumference (WC), but the results are inconsistent. Furthermore, a relation could depend on genetic predisposition to obesity. Calcium may reduce WC among people genetically predisposed to a high WC.

You really CAN die of a broken heart: Losing a loved one doubles the risk of … – Daily Mail

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You really CAN die of a broken heart: Losing a loved one doubles the risk of …

 

Dr-Dori Naerbo‘s insight:

Research shows that you can die of a broken heart. Losing a loved one really can break your heart. Research shows that the risk of coronary failure or stroke doubles in the first month of bereavement.  Experts believe the findings show how important the ‘broken heart syndrome’ can be.

Brands continue to target fast food marketing at kids

Companies are ploughing more and more money into marketing unhealthy foods to children. What will turn the tide?

 

Study Shows Obese Women Only Get One Hour of Exercise a Year

A new study suggests that the average obese woman only gets one hour of vigorous exercise per year, while obese men don’t fare much better with a little over three hours of exercise per year. [Tweet

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CoQ10: The Longevity Factor

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Dr-Dori Naerbo‘s insight:

I am a huge fan of CoQ10 and have been taking 300 mg. everyday since my last MI.  CoQ10 has been life changing. As I have pointed before, not all CoQ10s are created equal, so learn the difference, spend the extra money and get high quality.