Posts Tagged ‘Phytonutrients’

If aging with radiance is on your agenda, add the word telomere to your vocabulary. My online dictionary defines radiance as “an attractive combination of good health and happiness.” I want that. A 2010 article in the Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry defines telomere as “the DNA-protein complex that protects the ends of human chromosomes. Telomere length is an indicator of biological aging. Telomeres […]

Why is it often our impulse to think that food grown in some exotic, far-off place is more super-duper than food grown in a modest garden out in our own backyard? Think about it. Himalayan sea salt. Amazon rainforest acai berries. Borojo pulp (AKA: jugo de amor) from the jungles of Panama. Noni, goji, mangosteen. […]