You need to be proactive to slow ageing

As we age, cell damage increases while protective function declines From the age of about 50, most people experience a decline in immune function, DNA repair ability, cellular energy and the hormones testosterone and oestrogen over time. As all these decline, cell damage increases in parallel. If we superimpose the rise of diseases like cardiovascular … Read more

Why you should be a mitochondriac

Look after your mitochondria for higher energy Energy powers every function in your body – and that energy is generated in your trillions of mitochondria. So supporting mitochondrial health is central to keeping healthy overall – and in combating the decline in cellular energy that becomes an issue by your early 50s. Because it is … Read more

Maintain energy to stay healthy as you age

Cell energy is a top priority for healthy ageing   Colin Rose is a Senior Associate Member of the Royal Society of Medicine, and Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts. He is the Founder and Director of Research and Innovation of Uni-Vite Healthcare and author of a recent book: Delay Ageing: Healthy to 100, … Read more