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Monthly Archives: November 2018

Forever 29 with miracle herb Astragalus

Astragalus (Huang Qi, Astragalus membranaceus or Radix astragali) is a plant native to Asia. The part of the plant used medicinally is the root. Astragalus is one of the most important and commonly used herbs in Chinese medicine. Varieties of Traditional Chinese Medicines (TCM) formulations ranging from compositions for treating cold, cough, digestive illness, respiratory illness, to […]

Blueberry concentrate improves brain function in older people

Human cognitive function tends to decline as we get older.  Many researches have shown that risk of dementia is reduced by higher fruit and vegetable intake, and that cognitive function is better preserved in healthy older adults with a diet rich in plant-based foods.  The consensus from the scientific community is that flavonoids, which are […]

Exercise just ten minutes a day makes a difference in cardiovascular health

One hallmark of modern technology is the creation of sedentary lifestyle. Many of us sit in front of the computer all day working and typing away.  Coincidentally, occurrence of metabolic diseases such as obesity, diabetes and cardiovascular diseases has skyrocketed.  Of course, modern sedentary lifestyle is the first to get blamed. However, I have always wondered that […]

Coffee or beer? The choice could affect the pace of your aging

Coffee and beer are polar opposites in the beverage world: coffee picks you up, and beer winds you down. It seems that these two popular drinks may also have opposite effects on telomeres — the end points of chromosomal DNA, implicated in aging. Working with a kind of yeast that shares many important genetic similarities […]

Lack of exercise accelerates aging

We all know the signs of aging – starting with a few wrinkles showing up at the corner of the eyes and a few grays hairs popping up here and there, followed by back ache and knee pain. Pretty soon, you find yourself searching for names when staring at a familiar face. Have you ever […]

Mocca Shots High Caffeine Gummies Enter into Gregg’s Cycle

SEATTLE, Washington – As one of the biggest and oldest bicycle boutique stores in Seattle area, Gregg’s Cycle stores (https://www.greggscycles.com/) have become the most recent retail partner for Mocca Shots High Caffeine Gummies by Seattle Gummy Company (SGC). Gregg’s Greenlake Cycle first opened its doors in 1932 under the direction of R.V. Gregg. Today Gregg’s Cycles […]

Omega-3 Fatty Acids Prevent Depression In Coronary Heart Disease

Depression is known to cause coronary heart disease in healthy patients. In patients with existing coronary heart disease, depression could cause adverse cardiovascular outcomes. A study carried out jointly by the scientists from NIH, Stanford, UCSF and Emery University showed that lower levels of omega–3 fatty acids in diet not only increase coronary heart disease […]

Mocca Shots™ Boost the Taste of the Holidays with a Serious Caffeine Kick

SEATTLE, Nov. 13, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — To celebrate the holiday season, Seattle Gummy Company is offering limited-time seasonal flavors of Mocca Shots™ High Energy Gummies to keep consumers alert and focused at any holiday moment. These delicious chocolate chews have the highest concentration of caffeine available in a product, bringing consumers a whole new level of energy during […]

Seattle Beauty™ Tip: Anti-aging and Wrinkle Removal Herbs

In this post, I’d like to share some top ranked anti-aging and wrinkle removal herbs based on Chinese herbal medicine. All of these herbs have been extensively used in China both for medicinal use and as food. You should be able to buy these from many online stores.  Just copy paste the herb name into […]

Exercise boosts memory, and timing matters

For those of you who exercise regularly, you will know that exercise does great things to your mind and body. For me personally, I have to admit that I am going for the runner’s high. The collateral benefits are extra bonus, of course. A study published in the Cell Press journal Current Biology just gave us one […]