Wellness

For those not in the know, Ashwagandha is a herb used in Ayurvedic healing. Traditionally it has been used for a whole range of ailments across the span of some five thousand years. For generations, it has been ground up into a paste to treat surface wounds or taken as a supplement for diseases like rheumatism and arthritis, as well as being a general wellness supplement taken by many. We here at Ageless Nutrition put together our top 8 amazing benefits of Ashwagandha to share this amazing herb with the world!    Top Benefits Of Ashwagandha   1 – Ashwagandha regulates blood… Read More »


It seems that modern science is finally able to turn to the old world remedies and verify or nullify what they claim to be able to do. Valerian is one of the few herbs that has stood up to scientists scrutiny and does exactly what it promises to do. Valerian has been used for generations as a natural sleep aid, but there is so much more to it than that! We at Ageless Nutrition decided to take a look at this long fabled herb and find out what it is, what it does and what the benefits are! What exactly… Read More »


When it comes to making sure we are getting the correct balance of vitamins and minerals, we here at Ageless Nutrition have years of experience in advising our customers of the best products to take. One of our favorite supplements is Glucosamine. As we get older, so do our hips and joints, and Glucosamine is a key nutrient needed to help keep us flexible.   What is Glucosamine & its benefits? Unfortunately for us, the human body has joints and muscles that deteriorate over time. In the case of muscle mass, it can be easily built back up – not… Read More »


Horny goat weed is a herb native to China and grows in wild areas. Its scientific name is Epimedium. It is found in abundant amounts at altitudes. It was used as an infusion at that time for drinking purpose, but now it is available in other forms as well. Icariin is an active compound which is flavonoid in nature and gives plants the color along with providing health benefits. It is known for its therapeutic purpose for centuries. In traditional Chinese medicine, it was one of the most used herbs to enhance the sex drive in men and women and… Read More »


Joints are moveable parts of the body that helps in locomotion and mobility. There are many types of joints present in the body such as the: Hinge joint Ball and socket joint Elbow joint Knee joint Gliding joint They are classified according to their anatomy and their movement. Some joints are flexible and provide three-dimensional movement, but few joints have limited mobility. They are composed of cartilage, that cushions the bone ends and provides flexibility. Joint health is critical because any deficiency in body or inflammation in bones may cause several bone-related disorders such as arthritis, osteoporosis, etc. The primary… Read More »


Testosterone is the sex hormone of males, while estrogen is the female sex hormone. Both hormones are produced in both genders, but comparatively more estrogen is produced by women and testosterone by men. Testosterone plays many roles, such as the development of male organs and characteristics during puberty such as shoulder widening, a tone change, muscular development, and beard growth. Testosterone is an essential hormone for sexual excitement, and lower levels of this hormone may cause a decline in sexual performance. There are plenty of scientific studies from experts that discuss the uses and outcomes of testosterone therapy, which is… Read More »


Couch to 5k is a running program designed to get almost anyone off the couch and able to run five kilometers (or 3.1 miles) in only nine weeks. The secret is a gradual process that starts with a gentle introduction to getting the body moving, followed by alternating between walking and running small distances until one can finally run an entire 5k non-stop. Here is the breakdown for this running program as to its philosophy, testimonials, resources to help, and local events. Before you know it, you’ll be running a 5k of your own! Philosophy Couch to 5k was created… Read More »


You might have heard about testosterone and its role in sex drive, but it has other roles as well. Testosterone is a male sex hormone that is also responsible for sperm production, muscle health and hair growth along with libido. Although it is a male hormone but is important for females. With age and certain other factors, testosterone levels reduce which is also known as hypogonadism. This low testosterone levels may cause other health issues, to prevent this testosterone levels should be enhanced either by doctor suggested medicines or testosterone boosting medicines. Normally testosterone levels can be increased by taking… Read More »


An osteoporosis diagnosis doesn’t mean the end of an active lifestyle. In fact, exercise, together with proper nutrition, is often recommended as a way to help increase bone mass, therefore, preventing fractures in the future. As Dr. Leslie Morse, assistant professor in physical medicine and rehabilitation at Harvard Medical School and a physiatrist at Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital, writes in Harvard Women’s Health Watch, “Bone tissue responds to day-to-day signals, and when you stop moving, it gets the signal to start removing bone, so it’s important to stay as active as you can.” So you know your diagnosis and understand you… Read More »


As we get older back pain becomes more noticeable. When you live an active lifestyle, this pain can be miserable and hinder your quality of life. An ounce of proactive measures may be worth a pound of pain pills. Let’s look at some of the best tips to help you with back pain prevention. Exercise The first step of prevention is exercise. Exercise is essential to preventing back pain, especially when it comes to strengthening your core. That fundamental strength is critical to avoid dealing later with pain. One trendy choice is to practice yoga. Yoga is one of the… Read More »


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