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The Art & Science of Aging Well

Everyone knows if they are left- or right-handed, but did you know that it's the same for molecules? 
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We feel very privileged to be able to sponsor the Oxford Longevity Project webinars on Autophagy and Aging and their most recent, on cell renewal and heart health, was no different. Two global leaders in cardiovascular health, Oxford's Professor Robin Choudhury and Rutgers' Dr Junichi Sadoshima, both cardiologists and lab researchers, gave us the lowdown on how to keep our heart healthy as we age: with fasting.
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Today, hair loss is still problematic for men and women as they age, but thankfully we now know a thing or two about the multiple factors that can lead to hair loss and how to correct them. 

Some of you may know first hand that spermidine encourages hair follicles that are in the resting (catagen) and shedding (telogen) phase to return to the growth (anagen) phase, where pigmentation also takes place. But hair loss has multifactorial roots and spermidine will be only one part of the solution. 

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Beetroots are known for their earthy flavor, vibrant color and culinary versatility. They are packed with essential nutrients and antioxidants and can add a pop of color to your diet. In this recipe, the combination of bright beetroots, cauliflower and sesame paste makes for a creamy, nutrient-dense plant-based side dish, which of course also has spermidine.
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Over the past few weeks I have received a number of DM’s and messages asking why synthetic spermidine is so cheap and by contrast, the concentrated, de-fatted wheat germ derived spermidine we use in Primeadine is more expensive. 

This is such an important question!

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With the Spring Equinox on 20th March, Spring is firmly in the air, which also means that Love is too. 

And what better way to prepare for this than to contemplate how the ancients viewed love as a sacred practice? In an article titled, “Slow Sex, Long Life,” published by the Australian journal, Aeon, one of our scientific advisers, Oxford University Emeritus Physiologist, Denis Noble, examines Eastern wisdom on intimacy from the perspective of a physiologist and demonstrates how science now backs what the ancients knew.

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