Today’s post highlights a research paper out of Italy published this past April. (1) The study compared fasting blood markers for the presence of zonulin, lipopolysaccharides (LPS) and the inflammatory immune protein CD14 between healthy 100-year-olds and two other groups: those under the age of 40 who had the misfortune of having suffered a heart attack Read More →

  Today I want to write about a couple of interesting studies linking probiotics to increased longevity in animals. As always, what’s true for another species may not hold true for us, but I found these papers intriguing nonetheless and thought I would share. The suggested connection between probiotics and longevity is nothing new. For Read More →