Monthly Archives: January 2012

Circadian Regulation, NMN, Preventing Diabetes, and Longevity

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By Victor Circadian Regulation is a fascinating topic with ties to many issues involved in antiaging research, including the regulation of stem cell populations.(See The circadian molecular clock creates epidermal stem cell heterogeneity, Biological Clock Controls Activation of Skin Stem … Continue reading

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Alternate-day Fasting – a better alternative

By Victor For humans who wish to live long lives, alternative-day fasting may be a better approach than following a restricted calorie diet.  The approach avoids premature induction of frailty most likely by periodically inhibiting myogenesis which encourages replenishment of … Continue reading

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Dietary factors and dementia – Part 3: plant-derived substances that can make a difference

By Vince Giuliano Like the previous two blog entries Dietary factors and dementia – Part 1: important recent researchandDietary factors and dementia Part 2: possible interventions, this blog entry is focused on research during the last two years relating dietary … Continue reading

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Dietary factors and dementia Part 2: possible interventions

By Vince Giuliano The first blog entry in this series of three Dietary factors and dementia – Part 1: important recent research dealt with research on a variety of subtopics such as the value of the relationship of dementia to … Continue reading

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Dietary factors and dementia – Part 1: important recent research

By Vince Giuliano This is the first of three blog entries focusing on research during the last two years relating diet, dietary substances and supplements to late-onset dementias including Alzheimer’s disease (AD), and to the potential roles of such substances … Continue reading

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