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The longevity gene
The longevity gene

The longevity gene

And when i say longevity i mean a bigger health span, as opposed to the well known life span. It is not enough to live longer, if you are not healthy, so do not forget what our immortal James Dean said: 'It is important to die young, but as late as possible!'. I will explore many unorthodox ways, ranging from gut microbiota manipulation to ancient Ayurveda ritual, trying to combine them in an ample resource, from which you can get and apply whatever is better for you at the present moment.


Latest supplements researched to help you sleep better (The miracle of a way too hot afternoon)

19 Jul 2021 3 minute read 3 comments Heruvim78

After all these Covid19 mess, my sleep quality was affected, and from my body falling asleep at command, anywhere and anytime, now something changed. I do not know if it is my newly perceived mortality, as I realised that I can really go to the forev...

A new series of articles about plant based diets and climate change connection

16 Jun 2021 1 minute read 5 comments Heruvim78

I just pushed through an 8 weeks uni class about nutrition, plant and meat based diets and environment impact in the last 3-4 days, as the deadline was tonight at midnight. It was quite interesting, a lot of numbers, and scientifically abrupt here an...

Is fast learning a primary need today?

28 Apr 2021 7 minute read 0 comments Heruvim78

 Everything around us is changing at unbelievable speed, and us, by us I mean the ones that are not kids anymore, we need to adapt to it. These past lockdowns made us vulnerable in terms of communication, and now we learned about Zoom, Microsoft Team...

Micronutrients and malnutrition - Food supplementation and fortification ( The End )

25 Jan 2021 4 minute read 2 comments Heruvim78

  Hello again, today i will write a bit about how to improve the food content and its nutritional value. You may have heard about futuristic methods like biofortification - crops breeded to improve their nutritional value (completely different than g...

Micronutrients and malnutrition - The infection cycle

19 Jan 2021 2 minute read 3 comments Heruvim78

I do not know how much good i do with all my specialized posts. I try to make the information accessible, and i would really like to find out if you used any the information from my posts related to vitamins, minerals or any other health related stuf...

Micronutrients and malnutrition: The miracle of birth - pregnancy, breastfeeding, infant and young child feeding

16 Jan 2021 3 minute read 3 comments Heruvim78

  This is a complicated subject, and i will try to keep it short and clear, if it is possible. But there are many important things to underline, so, let's get it started. During pregnancy the demand for micronutrients increases with 20-50%, but the e...

Micronutrients and malnutrition - The real issue

14 Jan 2021 2 minute read 2 comments Heruvim78

  Malnutrition is a complex problem, and there are many sciences involved in the war against it: medicine, agriculture, biology, sociology, education and economy, to name just a few.  The immediate causes are dietary intake, disease or both. Diet is...

Micronutrients and malnutrition - Global Issues II

6 Jan 2021 2 minute read 0 comments Heruvim78

How do we measure the deficiency level, you may ask? There are few methods, let's see them for each of the main micronutrients that are involved into this: Iron - you check for anaemia, low haemoglobin blood concentration or serum ferritin, but thos...

Micronutrients and malnutrition - Global issues

25 Dec 2020 2 minute read 7 comments Heruvim78

The most often deficiencies are the ones of vitamin A, iron, zinc and iodine. There are two main problems with the malnutrition. First, being malnourished increase the infection risk, and infections will destroy the micronutrients balance further. Se...

Micronutrients and malnutrition - B complex vitamins

23 Dec 2020 2 minute read 5 comments Heruvim78

We are getting close, slowly slowly, to the end of our series. But, until then, i will continue with the rest of the B vitamins.  Vitamin B6 - It is a coenzyme for 65+ enzymes. mostly involved in the aminoacid metabolism, but also in glycogen breakdo...