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"Life has helped me regain my energy and my muscles. I’m turning 55 this year, and I’ve never looked or felt better. I take 2 scoops with breakfast every morning."
– Allan K., Amino Co. Customer
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With 2020 in the rearview and the limelight still on the COVID-19 pandemic, your New Year’s resolutions are likely focused on health goals 2021. The Amino Co team has committed to three wellness goals, and we’d love for you to join us!
The first research on neurogenesis—the ability of the brain to make new neurons, or brain cells—began in the 1960s. Since then, researchers have uncovered some handy tricks that increase neurogenesis. Keep reading to learn how to build a better brain that can stay strong against neurodegenerative diseases and depression.
Are you over 40 and losing muscle mass? Then preserving lean body mass should be a priority. Let’s find out what you can do about muscle loss after 40. The good news is that, with a few lifestyle and dietary adjustments, you can recoup the muscle you’ve lost (and then some) at any age.
If you’re wondering what you can do to keep your heart healthy, wonder no more. Here are some simple dietary and lifestyle adjustments you can make to keep your blood pressure low, high cholesterol at bay, and heart disease away.
Did you know that up to half of all men and women 65 years and older report having trouble walking or climbing stairs? So how do you keep mobility alive as you age? We've got your 2-step mobility plan here!
Aging well isn’t just about keeping your blood pressure and cholesterol levels in the normal range. Longevity depends upon far more nuanced dietary and lifestyle choices. The great news is that these choices are entirely in your control, which means healthy aging is up to you!
Is there an answer yet for how to live forever? Discover whether genetic engineering can make your cells immortal, whether cryonics and cyber life are any closer to reality, and which human stem cells can actually repair the body. Learn about the latest advances in medicine and technology regarding human life extension and what the oldest living people eat to stay alive.
What is the Hayflick limit of cell proliferation, and what does it have to do with the telomere caps on our chromosomes? Discover why some cells are immortal while others age and die, and what this knowledge may do for treating cancer and extending human life.
The functions of insulin in the body are widely misunderstood. In this article, we will explore the actions of insulin on a cellular level to gain a better appreciation for all it does as well as a clearer understanding of how to keep this hormone functioning in balance and at its optimal capacity.