Monthly Archives: January 2012

An Open Initiative for Longevity Biotechnologies

Healthy Life Extension An Open Initiative for Longevity Biotechnologies posted on January 31st, 2012 Dear Future Centenarian, The Problem¦ More than a dozen ways to extend life in mice have been demonstrated in laboratories Yet the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) forbids commercial therapies for aging Thus the best biotechnologies for human longevity languish,…
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Study Shows Supplements Slow Aging

Healthy Life Extension Study Shows Supplements Slow Aging posted on January 24th, 2012 Dear Future Centenarian, Recently, we™ve seen an increasing number of popular media articles citing studies discrediting nutritional supplements. This is contrary to the many tens of thousands of studies supporting beneficial effects of vitamins, minerals and herbs. Why is that? Are we…
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Would You Trade 15 Minutes for 3 Extra Years?

Healthy Life Extension Critical Health/Longevity Technology posted on January 17th, 2012 Dear Future Centenarian, You would think three years doesn™t translate to extreme life extension, but let™s dig a little deeper. First, we™re talking about three extra quality years. When people start down the declining slope from vigor to the all-too-common agonizing age-related deterioration that…
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Critical Health/Longevity Technology

Healthy Life Extension Critical Health/Longevity Technology posted on January 10th, 2012 Dear Future Centenarian, I™m sure you heard about the $10 million Ansari X Prize that was awarded to Burt Rutan in 2004. It was a space competition in which the X Prize Foundation offered a $10 million prize for the first private enterprise to launch…
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