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Garlic’s “Dark Secret” to Even More Antioxidant Power

In All Health Watch, Anti-Aging, Diet and Nutrition, Featured Article, Longevity by INH Research4 Comments

We’ve told you before about the benefits of eating garlic. It’s one of the most potent allium vegetables you can find.

Garlic is full of antioxidants that may lower your risk for lung cancer by up to 44%. It even helps you keep a strong heart and solid bones. But there’s another way to experience the health benefits of eating raw garlic—and even more.

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Five Reasons to Start Eating More Papaya

In All Health Watch, Anti-Aging, Cancer, Diet and Nutrition, Featured Article, Heart Disease, Longevity, Skin Cancer, Skincare, Top 5's by INH Research0 Comments

You might think this tropical fruit is rare or exotic. But papayas are widely available across the U.S. And that’s very good news. Ancient healers used papaya to treat everything from upset stomach to burns.1 With good reason.

Here are five reasons to start eating more papaya.

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Five Vital Reasons to Get More Zinc as you Age

In All Health Watch, Anti-Aging, Diabetes, Diet and Nutrition, Featured Article, Heart Disease, Longevity, Prostate Cancer, Top 5's by INH Research2 Comments

40% of seniors in the U.S. are zinc deficient.1

It’s not surprising… As you age, your ability to absorb zinc declines.2 This means the older you get, the more of it you need. You might have to go a little out of your way to get enough of it. But it’s worth the effort. Zinc is a major supporter of your immune system.

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Skip the Botox with These 5 Anti-Aging Secrets

In All Health Watch, Anti-Aging, Featured Article, Longevity, Skincare by INH Research0 Comments

It’s scary what people will do to hide their age. They go under the knife or use expensive, toxic cosmetics that don’t work. They even poison themselves.

We’re talking of course about Botox, a concentrated form of poison. It temporarily paralyzes the muscles under the skin. This makes wrinkles appear less dramatic.

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