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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.

Micronutrients and malnutrition - Salt and blood pressure relation

8 Nov 2020 2 minute read 3 comments Heruvim78

There are researches pointing out that there is a link between sodium intake and blood pressure. The scientific evidence is strong enough to make the British researchers form Queen Mary University from London the underline that '' a modest reduction...

Micronutrients and malnutrition - Potassium and Sodium

7 Nov 2020 1 minute read 5 comments Heruvim78

  I will start with Potassium and Sodium food content. Most of the Sodium from food come in form of salt. As we know, salt chemical formula is NaCl and this is one NFT that our friend Robertoit didn't make it yet. Potassium is present in large amount...

Micronutrients and malnutrition - Essential functions of water

5 Nov 2020 3 minute read 0 comments Heruvim78

We can live weeks without food, but only few days without water. Adult women got around 50% of their weights just water, while adult men have around 60%. So, what are the essential functions of water? water is the life support for most of our body,...

Micronutrients and malnutrition - Minerals bioavailability and food content

4 Nov 2020 2 minute read 2 comments Heruvim78

What is the mineral availability? If you don't know yet, only a part of the total amount of minerals present in food can be available to the body, mainly because the minerals are bound to other compounds in the food that can limit their absorption. I...

Micronutrients and malnutrition - the chemistry of minerals

3 Nov 2020 1 minute read 3 comments Heruvim78

  Dietary minerals are inorganic molecules that are essential for the human body. They are also called dietary elements.  Out of 118 chemical elements on the periodic table, 21 are essential components of our diet. Basically life is possible because...

Micronutrients and malnutrition - how we discovered the vitamins

1 Nov 2020 2 minute read 2 comments Heruvim78

As i said, vitamins are essential nutritional molecules not made in our body, and they are required in small quantities. If the intake is inadequate, this can lead to vitamin deficiencies.  Our story starts in 1880 when Dr. Kanehiro Takaki reported t...

Micronutrients and malnutrition - What are the vitamins?

31 Oct 2020 2 minute read 1 comment Heruvim78

Let's start with the basics, and build on it. At the beginning you may know some of the informations, but after a while will get a bit more complicated, so, today's post is explaining what are the vitamins.  The vitamins are fat soluble and water sol...

Micronutrients and malnutrition - the hidden hunger

31 Oct 2020 2 minute read 8 comments Heruvim78

So, i have finished most of the research, and i think that i will start soon a series of articles that are unrelated to crypto, but related to keeping yourself healthy, and how to live long enough to enjoy your crypto going to the moon. I will try to...

Alzheimer's disease and what we can do to delay it succesfully

6 Jul 2020 3 minute read 3 comments Heruvim78

  On my last blog post I was talking about the tests needed to detect it early. Once we know that we are prone to some subtype of Alzheimer's Disease (AD), what can we do to succesfully delay it (or even keep it at bay, if we are really lucky, geneti...

Alzheimer's disease early detection - complete list of tests

5 Jul 2020 2 minute read 6 comments Heruvim78

I realised that all the tests where mentioned across few posts, sa maybe it will be easier if there is a list of them, with the normal values: Genetics - ApoE -Ideally negative for ApoE4   Blood tests:   Inflammation AD (Alzheimer's disease) -homocys...