Healthy aging is about more than just trying to stay looking young. Instead, it has a variety of more humble facets, including getting a good night’s sleep, carrying through your days with confidence, and yes, maintaining bladder strength.* The last factor mentioned in that list can seem like the trickiest. But it doesn’t have to.
Red ginseng (Panax ginseng) is one of the world’s oldest botanical adaptogens, but there’s some great news about red ginseng that can make it dramatically more effective and much healthier than it has been in the recent past.
September is Healthy Aging Month, and if that category seems especially personal, you’re definitely not alone. No doubt you’ve heard the slogans, “50 is the new 30” and “you’re only as old as you feel” plenty of times. Maybe you’ve even repeated them yourself in a moment when the world seemed to be catching up to you a little too much.
Winter feels like a time of accumulation and heaviness—it’s reflected in the weather, layers of clothes, food choices, and winter chores like shoveling snow and chipping ice from sidewalks. So, it’s no surprise that in the spring we all feel like lightening up a bit...
Most people—and if you’re reading this, you’re probably one of them—know how important it is to get your omega-3s every day. After all, omega-3s have been clinically studied for healthy heart, brain, skin, immune, vision, and nervous system support.*