Home / Juvenon Health Journal
Juvenon Health Journal
The Juvenon Health Journal (JHJ) has two goals. One is to present informed, authoritative summaries of emerging issues and serious investigation in the growing field of aging research. JHJ uses everyday language to illuminate science-based facts and isolate the hype that plagues much discussion of the physical and cognitive declines associated with aging.
Back in the day, we believed that brain function peaked in early adulthood, slowly declining with increasing memory lapses. Now, researchers have discovered that our modern lifestyle plays a significant… Continue reading
Did you know that your brain accounts for only 2% of your body weight, but yet it gobbles up about 20% of your daily energy intake? That’s right, the nerve… Continue reading
Anti-aging is a popular phrase, but many people fail to understand what it entails. In a nutshell, it’s all about putting the brakes on premature aging and illness. Our goal… Continue reading
Most of us harbor some nagging fears about the onset of dementia. To reduce the risk, you may take proactive steps like upping physical exercise, playing brain games and eating… Continue reading
Sweat Yourself Smart New evidence says exercise can reduce dementia risk Here at Juvenon, we are fascinated by scientific research that delves into mitochondrial function (AKA your energy metabolism). To that… Continue reading
For many people food is inextricably linked to emotion, and in particular stress and depression. It’s common for people to reach for comfort foods such as macaroni and cheese, cookies and ice cream when the chips are down.
It’s no secret that exercise is beneficial for the brain and the Juvenon Health Journal has explored the topic from many angles in the past. However, most studies that link exercise and brain health have concentrated on the effects of walking, running or other aerobic activities. But now exciting new research indicates that light strength training may stem the tide of age-related shrinking of the brain.
While American contends with a growing obesity epidemic, there is also a growing body of scientific research dedicated to finding a solution. A recent study, published in the journal Obesity, suggests that along with calorie reduction, the dietary supplement alpha-lipoic acid is a safe and effective aid in weight loss efforts.
In the never-ending search for a silver bullet to slow down the march of time and treat the chronic diseases of aging, comes exciting news from Emory University School of Medicine, published last month in Cell Reports.
Also known as vitamin B7, biotin is a water-soluble nutrient. Like others in the B vitamin family, biotin helps support adrenal function, help calm and maintain a
healthy nervous system.
Clinically proven to work
CNN Reports, “Juvenon tackles a universal aging problem.”
WebMD Reveals, “Age-related conditions may be REVERSED…”
Seen by Millions on ABC’s 20/20
Called a breakthrough by BBC NEWS
Results so effective, Juvenon is making headlines…
- National Geographic
- TIME magazine
- Linus Pauling Institute
- Discover magazine
- The Oprah magazine
- NY Academy of Sciences
- AND MANY, MANY MORE
A Lifetime of Creating True Medical Breakthroughs
“I Feel More Energetic…”
“After just two weeks on Juvenon, I feel more energetic and have a better sense of well-being and happiness.” —Delores S., age 66, Ohio.
“It’s Like I’ve Gone Back To 15 Years Ago.”
“Best I can explain it is like I’ve gone back to how I was 10, 15, years ago.” —Robert Ruth, 76
“sharp and mindful all these years−I am certain of it.”
“I just had my 80th birthday and truly feel that Juvenon has kept me sharp and mindful all of these years. In fact, I am certain of it. I love your product.” —Nancy Rick, 80, California