Ageing is a part of life. Like it or not, that’s a fact. However, growing older does not necessarily mean that your health and physical appearance must fall apart too. In fact, the ageing process can be a perfectly pleasant experience… and growing old gracefully is completely within your reach no matter what you’ve been led to believe by the mainstream.

With the sheer amount of new research being undertaken by scientists all over the globe, it’s unsurprising that there is an endless stream of brand new natural health solutions that you can start to implement into your life today. You will uncover the simple and natural alternatives that can help prevent and even reverse the signs of ageing. For instance, malic acid has been shown to counteract some of the visible signs such as the sagging of the skin as well as boosting the action of anti-ageing enzymes.

New research has shown that effectively addressing your stress levels and dealing with emotional challenges can have an effect on maintaining a healthy, youthful appearance. Effective treatments aren’t just limited to lifestyle changes – your diet can have a significant impact on the ageing process too. Previous studies have shown that omega-3 fatty acids can help improve age-related muscle loss, also known as sarcopenia. The possibilities for staying younger for longer are truly endless. Hopefully now you are beginning to see the sheer number of weapons in your arsenal to counteract some of the nastier aspects of ageing.

When it comes to the most up to date alternative breakthroughs on how to keep your independence and vitality deep into your golden years, the Daily Health’s extensive anti-ageing archive is your perfect ally. Don’t let the simple truths that could lead to you living a longer, healthier life pass you by – see for yourself!

Latest Articles in Ageing


Heart Disease: Why Aspirin Isn’t Harmless

Doctors that prescribe aspirin to prevent heart attacks would have you believe that low dosages of the 20th Century wonder drug are as sweetly benign as drinking water from a high...

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Vitamin B12 Can Help Prevent Memory Loss and Dementia

I've always been of the opinion that memory loss shouldn't have to be part of the ageing process. Life slows down as we get older but if we can maintain a healthy body through exer...

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L-Carnitine for Living a Long and Healthy Life

Will you still need me, will you still feed me, when I'm 104? You may recognize that question as a slight rewording (or rather, renumbering) from the Beatles song 'When I'm 64.'...

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HRT: Know the Risks and the Alternatives

Hormone replacement therapy (HRT) has been a bone of contention with menopausal women all over the world for years. As we have discussed in previous e-alerts, hormone replacemen...

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Menopause: Safe, Natural and Effective Alternatives to HRT

If, like millions of other women in the UK, you are going through the change of life or menopause, you will probably be only too aware of its distressing symptoms of hot flushes, n...

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Exercise Capacity Is Key To A Long And Healthy Life

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Alternatives To HRT: How To Protect Your Bones

Here's a story with a happy ending. Last week I received an e-mail from an HSI member named CL, who wrote: "A number of years ago my physician suggested I go on hormone replacem...

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Regular Exercise Has Multiple Health Benefits

According to a new US report from the Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), only a very small percentage of older adults are doing enough to keep their muscles strong....

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Osteoporosis: Don’t Let Age Destroy Your Bones

Most of us (especially women) have a tendency to lose bone mass density (BMD) as we age increasing the likelihood of both developing osteoporosis and breaking a bone. One way to...

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Alternative Solutions for Osteoporosis

Osteoporosis causes your bones to become thin, weak and brittle. Because the loss of bone happens so gradually, it has been dubbed the 'silent killer', as there are no symptoms or...

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