Wellness

In the modern world, we see celebrities on the TV and we want to be thinner, have smaller waistlines and more muscle or cleavage – and yet these are people who have spent thousands of dollars to look the way they do. For the rest of us (who don’t have that kind of money or a personal makeup artist), we have to turn to other means to keep us looking young. Since the Fountain of Youth has yet to be discovered; we here at Ageless Nutrition put together a list of the best natural supplements to keep you ageless, because… Read More »


Ashwagandha has long since been relied upon for its wonderful health benefits. This Evergreen shrub grows naturally in India and is a known vital component of Ayurvedic medicine. Not only do the roots and fruit of this plant have some fantastic health benefits for the body – but they also help to keep the mind cool, calm and collected too. We here at Ageless Nutrition put together this article for you to teach you how to use Ashwagandha to help reduce stress and anxiety! Ashwagandha – How does it work? The Ashwagandha plant is dried out and ground up to… Read More »


Fenugreek is an often overlooked herb which has a variety of fantastic health benefits; as well as its own unique taste. Traditionally, the plant is harvested and dried out before it is ground into a fine powder which makes a lovely curry spice – but Fenugreek is also useful to breastfeeding mothers because it contains properties which help boost milk production. Here at Ageless Nutrition, we wanted to share this good news about Fenugreek and to try and find as much information about it for you as we can! Fenugreek – How does it work? Fenugreek has a number of… Read More »


Here at Ageless Nutrition, we love to learn about the benefits of natural foods. Ginger is a fragrant spice that grows in the East, that we use the root form to grind up and produce this wonderfully flavored healthy spice. Although most of us are familiar with the flavor of this ingredient not all of us know that it has some health benefits, too. We sourced the top 8 of those benefits and put them together to help you start living your best life! 1. Ginger is high in Gingerol Gingerol is a powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory substance which the… Read More »


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 »


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 »


Swimming is a great low-impact, total body workout that is a great way to stay in shape. However, spending too much time in the pool can have negative effects on your hair and skin. Caused by chlorine and other chemicals, your hair and skin can become dried, damaged, brittle, and in some cases, your hair can even be bleached green. Luckily, these adverse effects are easily avoidable by following these seven prevention steps. Protect Your Hair and Skin Coconut Oil Applying coconut oil to your hair before swimming is a great way to protect it by adding a layer of… Read More »


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