It’s always exciting to read about a new anti-aging food with great potential in the area of human health. Fortunately, you don’t have to twist yourself inside out or spend a mint to enjoy the health benefits of anti-aging foods.
Mexican researchers studied the properties of avocado oil on yeast cells, and discovered that the oil allowed the yeast cells to survive exposure to high concentrations of iron, which produces a huge amount of free radicals—even up to the higher levels found in some types of human diseases. Avocados are also high in vitamin E, which is essential for glowing skin and hair, and is an alkalizing food—perfect to help counteract today’s highly acidic diets. We featured these in a former post, connected with a study that showed they helped improve blood vessel function in diabetics. Recent studies have found that cinnamon extract promotes collagen synthesis in skin, rejuvenating cells and activating growth hormone. These nutritious fruits are a great source of anthocyanins and ellagitannins, both of which are powerful antioxidants.
Researchers from Denmark found in 1994 that human skin cells exposed to garlic extract were healthier and lived longer than non-supplemented cells.
Given the therapeutic qualities of Coconut Oil and its benign relationship to Alzheimer’s Disease, I envision this to be an essential ingredient in aging gracefully for all to consider and not only as an ingredient in food but also and ingredient for your skin! Medical and Site Disclaimer: The information on this website is not intended to replace a one-on-one relationship with a qualified health care professional and is not intended as medical advice. Geoff Huggins is Acting Director for Health and Social Care Integration at the Scottish Government.
Prior to establishing Baccus Consulting, Lynda was Head of External Affairs at Pfizer with responsibility for all aspects of External Affairs for Scotland and Northern Ireland.
Before working in the pharmaceutical sector with Pfizer, Lynda spent twenty years in the NHS as a nurse and a manager and three years as Regional Manager of the Institute of Health Services Managers (now Institute of Healthcare Managers) and has a strong working knowledge of the NHS and the public sector, its successes and challenges.
Before joining Nesta, Peter was Director of the Policy Unit at Common Weal - a think and do tank committed to transforming Scotland. Dr Angus Ferguson is Lord Kelvin Adam Smith Fellow in Social Sciences and an Associate Academic of the Institute of Health and Wellbeing at the University of Glasgow. Leslie is a qualified California attorney and is currently working as an ESRC Research Fellow at the University of Edinburgh, School of Law for the Administrative Data Research Centre Scotland. I am currently employed as Head of Information Assurance and Security at NHS Dumfries & Galloway.
My Information Assurance role includes developing, implementing and managing information governance and security policies which are designed to ensure compliance with relevant legislation and government requirements.
My role in the new Hospital build is that of senior professional design lead for technology integration into the health care model. Andy is currently on contract to the Scottish Government as the Scottish Wide Area Network (SWAN) Programme Manager.
He was previously the Head of Architecture, Technology and Assurance for the Division within the Welsh Government that delivered the PSBA Network (the Welsh PSN) and other public sector ICT solutions that formed elements of the Welsh Public Sector ICT Strategy, including consolidated data centers, voice and unified communications and collaboration, and Identity Management, authentication and authorisation. During this period, he sat on the UK CTO Council and Chaired the Remote Access and Collaborative Working Group, a CESG sponsored CTO-C sub-working group, as well as a number of Public Service Network working groups. Fiona is the Associate Director for National Information & Intelligence in NHS National Services Scotland. Our role is to provide analysis of health and care data in Scotland, support transformation of that information into intelligence and support evidence into action, working with partners nationally and locally. Scott is the Associate Director for Data Management Services in NHS National Services Scotland.
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So many times, however, these foods are exotic, and can be found only in other countries, through specialized programs, or on the Internet through questionable sites. Scientists concluded that the oil may possess the same kind of anti-aging properties as olive oil, and could potentially be used to help battle cancer or heart disease. Another study from Penn State found that including walnuts and walnut oil in the diet lowered both resting blood pressure and blood pressure responses to stress.
The USDA also found that cinnamon extract, which contains antioxidants, could help reduce risk factors associated with diabetes and heart disease. Studies have found that dark chocolate helps protect heart health, regulate blood pressure, reduce risk of death from heart attack, and help prevent age-related dementia. Just one cup of cooked red kidney beans provides a third of the daily recommended intake for folate. Studies have found the fruit to enhance nitric oxide production in endothelial cells—which may help reduce the risk of heart disease.
Another animal study in Japan the same year found that mice supplemented with garlic lived significantly longer than those who did not receive garlic. He started seriously researching personal and preventative natural health therapies in 2002 when he was struck with the reality that cancer ran deep in his family and if he didn’t change the way he was living — he might go down that same path. Maureen works with a variety of organisations, providing awareness-raising events to promote the Data Protection Act as a standard for good processing of personal information rather than it being viewed as a barrier. During her ten years with Pfizer, Lynda managed a number of highly successful partnership relationships and sought to identify new approaches to policy development in her field.
He has worked for the Royal Voluntary Service, Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations and in the Scottish Parliament.
His research interests include interdisciplinary work focused on detailing and analysing the evolution of the boundaries of medical confidentiality and privacy.
She is also undertaking a PhD in Law at the University of Edinburgh on data protection and the public interest and serves on the Mason Institute's Executive Committee as the PhD convenor. I am also leading on the Voice and Data Technology design for the new Dumfries & Galloway District General Hospital. It is a public sector organisation which provides primary, secondary and tertiary health care to a population of 147,000 people in a region which extends 120 miles to East to West and 50 miles North to South. I am senior professional lead on all matters concerning Information Assurance and Security.
I am responsible for designing the data centres, data networks and associated technologies. I gained certification to ISEB CISMP in 2008 and ISEB BCS Certification at Practitioner level on the Data Protection Act in 2014.
I am Chair of BCS Health Scotland and am Northern Events Co-ordinator for the BCS Information Risk Management. Reporting to Anne Moises, the SG CIO, he is responsible for the day-to-day SWAN Programme activities that will ensure resultant infrastructure and services meet the recommendations from the McClelland Review, other Scottish Government policies and the wider public sector drivers and business requirements for communication networks. Previously Andy worked in the private sector, on the equipment supply side including Mitel Telecom, Newbridge Networks and Ubiquity Software Corporation. She is responsible for the majority of the Information Analysts and the intelligence that they produce. He is responsible for the majority of the national data which is collected about health and care services in Scotland.Our role is to ensure that the data collected and used in Scotland is of a high quality and consistency and we achieve this through supporting data providers in the processing, validation and quality assurance of information, helping them to meet the national data standards. Key to this is to have business processes which facilitate access to robust data and other information to ensure the efficient running of the organisation and the effective delivery of its services. Below are ten that are tasty, easy-to-find, and have shown in studies to have solid potential in preserving youth and vitality.


New York State researchers also discovered that walnuts help destroy harmful free radical chemicals implicated in dementia, preserve mental skills, and may help delay or slow the progression of Alzheimer’s disease. Researchers went on to state that broccoli may protect the immune system from typical aging factors like cardiovascular disease, degenerative joint diseases and diabetes.
According to research from the University of Illinois, pomegranate also has potential in helping to prevent breast cancer and prostate cancer, and in helping to retard the growth of cancerous tumors. A later 2006 study found that antioxidant-rich aged garlic extract helped prevent cardiovascular disesase and lowered the risk of dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. Since then, he’s written and edited 6 books on the subject of natural health, diet and fitness.
We encourage you to make your own health care decisions based upon your research and in partnership with a qualified health care professional.
Maureen has a particular interest in the development of IT in respect of cyber security and the growth of cloud technology and works closely with colleagues from the health, education and local government sectors.Prior to joining the ICO, Maureen worked in the Scottish Parliament as parliamentary researcher for Dennis Canavan MSP until his retirement in 2007.
He has particular interests in intergenerational politics, higher education, health, citizens' income and participatory democracy. His responsibilities have varied from leading sales organizations to coaching and developing sales teams and sales processes. I am also the main point of contact for investigating the use of new technologies to ensure safe, efficient and effective care for the health of our patients.Prior to this role I offered consultancy services in networking and security. Information governance is a vital aspect of our work, ensuring personal health and care data is handled safely and securely. Introducing and applying good information management procedures will undoubtedly help assist achieving these aims. Ranked number one among fresh and frozen fruits and vegetables in antioxidant power, blueberries improved short-term memories in aging rats in a USDA study.
Kidney beans are also full of antioxidants, particularly flavonoids, which are known to have anti-aging properties. Pomegranate seed oil was also found to help promote regeneration of skin cells, reducing the visible effects of aging on the skin. During this time, he’s constantly been humbled by what experts claim they know and what actually is true. Coming from an academic background, Maureen lectured and researched in public administration with specific interests in education and health. He chaired Transition Scotland Support, the infrastructure organisation for Transition Initiatives in Scotland from 2008-11.
In addition to his academic work on the subject, Angus is a member of the Public Benefit and Privacy Panel (NHS Scotland) and the Privacy Advisory Committee (National Services Scotland). A statistician by background, Scott joined NHS NSS in 1996 and has spent his career working across the full spectrum of health and care information. The flavonoids are believed to be responsible, enhancing neural connections in the brain and stimulating neural regeneration.
This has led him to experiment with many diets and protocols — including vegan, raw food, fasting, medical treatments and more — to find out what is myth and what really works in the real world. He is also currently the "Head of Profession for Statistics" within NSS, ensuring that the statistical work of NSS adheres to the UK Statistics & Registration Service Act. Another study out of the University of Cincinnati found that drinking a couple cups of blueberry juice each day gave aging memories a boost.



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