Jane Fonda on aging successfully. “The most important thing to do as you age is to stay physically active. Lots of people just throw in the towel if they can’t do what they used to do and that’s terrible. If you can’t run then walk; if you can’t downhill ski then cross-country ski; if you can’t lift ten pounds, then [...]Read more ›
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Vegetarian diets can extend life expectancy, according to early findings from the Adventist Health Study-2. Vegetarian men live to an average of 83.3 years, compared with nonvegetarian men who live to an average of 73.8 years. And vegetarian women live to an average of 85.7 years, which is 6.1 years longer than nonvegetarian women. This study is ongoing and includes [...]Read more ›
At best, some therapies can drain your wallet. At worst, some can harm your health. The anti-aging industry is booming. Twenty years ago, there was no such thing as an “anti-aging” or “longevity” clinic. Today, many major cities house dozens. Step inside one, and you’ll likely encounter an assortment of remedies ranging from multivitamin cocktails to hormone injections to miracle [...]Read more ›
In its latest WealthSurvey, “Age Obsession,” the New York City-based Luxury Institute, in cooperation with skincare brand ReVive, asked U.S. consumers earning at least $150,000 per year about their attitudes on aging and what they’ve done to make them feel younger — from spending money on vitamins and chemical peels to products that restore hair or sexual prowess. More than [...]Read more ›
Dr. Helen Vlassara, a pioneer in diabetes and aging research, has dedicated much of her recent scientific work to the paradox of today’s chronic diseases that are spreading amid plentiful nutrition and unprecedented medical progress. Popularly known as the new “epidemics,” obesity, diabetes, heart and kidney disease, dementia and other forms of premature aging are viewed as the next “tsunami” [...]Read more ›
Ski industry pioneer Klaus Obermeyer turns 92 today. Klaus founded Sport Obermeyer 64 years ago in 1947 in Aspen, Colorado. Vegan Magazine recently interviewed him to find out his longevity secrets. His employees coined the term ”Be Like Klaus” and put it on a bumper sticker. Robert Yturri, SVP Product & Brand Management at Sport Obermeyer tells us about it, “You’d be hard [...]Read more ›