Woman With Mirror AgingThat’s the route that researchers are trying to go—after all, once you have a disease, treatment can often become a domino effect of more symptoms and diseases!

So researchers are exploring drugs that might possibly slow aging in the body, leading to delayed age-related illnesses. It’s not just the vanity of looking young—it’s keeping the body younger, working better, and extending the years of good-health. Right now old age and medicine can be a sad two-sided coin: living longer, but being very, very ill. So instead of just working to treat problems better, researchers are looking to delay them!

If you’re familiar with traditional herbs and medicines, this isn’t a surprising idea. It’s what many cultures have been doing for centuries! Read more about aging…

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Red Grapes On A VineA lot of different foods can support your health—including some that aren’t good to eat every day in high quantities!

For instance, red wine. Smoothies. Dried Fruit. Moderation is important for almost everything, but especially alcohol and sugar. And many people have diets that exclude these—they avoid alcohol, can’t have sugar because of a gastrointestinal issues, or just follow a specific diet.

But grapes (and the wine they can make) have super-powerful antioxidants in their skin, and there are berries that have high antioxidant content. But that doesn’t cancel out the sugar, alcohol, and general calories you’d get from them! Read more about antioxidants…

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Camping in the ForestPlan on doing some casual camping this summer? Maybe out of your car, or hitting the road in your RV? You absolutely need to have this with you!

Smelly Shoe Spray is about so much more than just shoes. Keep the camping experience less stinky, but still natural, by making sure you’ve got a bottle in your car, your camper, and your bag!

When will you use Smelly Shoe Spray? To freshen up your pet’s bed before loading it back in your car— you don’t want to be driving home with everything Fido rolled or splashed in filling your car with odors (Muddy puddle? River algae? Flowering groundcover or a bush full of pollen? What the more energetic pups getting into food, scat, etc. Have you ever seen a dog blissfully roll in goose splatter? I have.). Read more about Smelly Shoe Spray…

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Woman in SunshineIf you catch a break in the clouds, take it! And make the most of warm spring afternoons.

The sunshine will help raise your Vitamin D levels, which drop during the winter. Higher Vitamin D levels mean a better immune system, better mood, and more!

There are lots of ways to enjoy an afternoon—maybe golfing, tennis, basketball, or soccer is at the top of your list. Or maybe you just want to walk, or hike, and enjoy the scenery.

Here’s a tip to make the most of it: make sure you’re supporting yourself with MesoGold. Read more brain tips…

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Lyme Disease Word CloudWith tick season big and bad this year, most people are talking about Lyme Disease. But it’s just one of the tick borne illnesses you can get—and some of them can be mistaken for Lyme Disease.

Summer fever, and it’s not a sinus infection/head cold? It might be Borrelia miyamotoi—a newly discovered tick borne illness that seems to be somewhat common for being “new”. There’s not a lot of data yet, but symptoms include a fever, headache, and a weakened immune system—specifically, fewer infection fighting and blood clotting cells.

This new illness joins the heartland virus and the bourbon virus. Both of which are a reminder that tick diseases aren’t just on the west coast! Read more about tick diseases…

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