“A diet low in grains, beans and certain vegetables, combined with anti aging supplements, improved blood vessel function, in a study presented at the American Heart Association’s Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis and Vascular Biology 2013 Scientific Sessions.” …
Anti Aging Supplements:
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Of all the subjects concerning living a long and healthy life, none is more prevalent than that of anti aging supplements … and whether or not they work. After all, if we want to use ourselves as a yardstick, we need to take them for several years to see how we’re doing, right? Even then, how do we compare that to what our life would be like without them? And so the discussion goes on with some folks swearing by their supplement regimen and others “poo poo-ing”.
Well, that’s exactly why we do scientific studies: to help us quantify and evaluate the results of things like nutritional supplements on the human body. And today … we’ve got a good one for you.
The American Heart Association recently held it’s annual “Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis and Vascular Biology Scientific Sessions” for 2013. At that conference a study was presented by Steven R. Gundry, M.D., lead author and medical director of the International Heart & Lung Institute at The Center for Restorative Medicine in Palm Springs, Calif. The study found that anti aging supplements, combined with a diet low in grains, beans, and certain vegetables (those containing the sugar-binding protein lectin), can lead to improved blood vessel function in people who suffer from endothelial dysfunction. This is a condition that is serious, and can lead to heart disease. The study focused on determining the results of this modified diet when combined with anti aging supplements containing the antioxident polyphenol.
Here’s an article from Science Daily, detailing the study, the results, and what to look for in an effective anti aging supplement:
May 1, 2013 — A diet low in grains, beans and certain vegetables — combined with “anti-aging” supplements — improved blood vessel function, in a study presented at the American Heart Association’s Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis and Vascular Biology 2013 Scientific Sessions. The blood vessel abnormality, or endothelial dysfunction, occurs when cells lining the interior wall of blood vessels malfunction. It’s a serious condition that’s often one of the first signs of heart disease. Of the