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Dietary supplement shows promise for reversing cardiovascular aging

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Scientists have long known that restricting calories can fend off physiological signs of aging, with studies in fruit flies, roundworms, rodents and even people showing that chronically slashing intake by about a third can reap myriad health benefits and, in some cases, extend lifespan. From a public health perspective, that advice would be impractical for many and dangerous for some. But a new University of Colorado Boulder study published today indicates that when people consume a natural dietary supplement called nicotinomide riboside (NR) daily, it mimics caloric restriction, aka "CR," kick-starting the same key chemical pathways responsible for its health benefits. Supplementation also tends to improve blood pressure and arterial health, particularly in those with mild hypertension, the study found. Recommended : One part of a Very Good Thing to reverse aging HPN Nutraceuticals Nicotinamide Riboside Metabolic Repair, Patented NAD Plus Booster with Niagen (Nr

10 fat burning foods

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I am much interested in weight loss at this time, I'm trying to walk every day to burn some calories. I'm the guy that I can never really diet, and instead of staying away from food that provides calories, I was thinking of including foods that could help me burn fat.  I researched and found that certain foods that help in reducing calories and increase metabolism so that the body does not store excess calories as fat. Let's see the top 10 fat burning foods in this post: 1 Banana: I was a little surprised to find banana as a fat burning food.  The bananas provide enough fiber for the body and can actually slow down your food cravings, making you feel full for a longer period of time. It also has a type of fiber called as "resistant starch" which resists digestion and therefore add no calories to the body, instead of it reaches the colon and act as a dietary fiber. This resistant starch, according to wikipedia, ferments in the digestive tract, producing