“Live Long Enough to Live Forever”

-Ray Kurzweil & Terry Grossman, M.D.

Major medical technologies are being developed as you read this. In fact, they are pointing to reversing the human aging process and restoring our youthfulness. In fact, some therapies are already reversing markers of aging.

We may not live forever, but the information here can get you as much wellness and energy out of life as possible… and add extra youthful years NOW. Those extra years could help ensure you will be alive and well long enough to take advantage of emerging rejuvenating technologies.

Many believe it is more dangerous not to use anti-aging drugs than to use them. Otherwise, your outcome is certain: all the effects of aging… and eventual death.

The following recommendations should add youthful, energetic years to your life:

Diet

An unhealthy diet is the biggest deathtrap for most of the population. The only diet shown to extend healthspan and lifespan is plant-based. If you want to stay youthful while extending your life, reduce or eliminate animal protein if you are over the age of 45. Also, eliminate all processed foods. Stay slightly underfed (stop eating when you’re 75% full) without being undernourished.

Exercise

Both cardio and weight or other resistance training become MORE important as you age. Interval training is the most effective and takes less time. You can do a session in 20 minutes. At a minimum, get 45 minutes of moderate activity each day, even if that only includes walking, housekeeping or gardening.

Gene Therapy

Gene therapy may reverse or prevent many aging related diseases… even aging itself. Gene therapy is the most powerful and effective anti-aging technology known to man. It may rebuild your immune system, rejuvenate organs from your brain to your skin, significantly increase muscle mass and make you stronger, healthier and enhance your stamina.

Stem Cell Therapy

Stem cell therapy shows compelling evidence for its contribution to longevity and healthspan in humans. It is used to treat any number of aging-related conditions and diseases.

Thymus Regeneration

After one-year, human study participants were 2.5 years younger, as measured by multiple DNA methylation aging tests, and resulted in multiple, system-wide, anti-aging benefits.

NAD+

NAD+ is a vital coenzyme. It promotes cellular repair and nourishes every cell, supporting all of you. Boosting NAD+ decreased senescence of brain and skin stem cells. You would die without it, and it declines rapidly in the body with age. This is an extremely important supplement.

GDF-11

GDF11 is a naturally occurring signaling molecule responsible for repairing your stem cell DNA. Adding exogenous GDF11 may repair enough of senescent stem cells to reverse your age 5 to 10 years.

Fasting

Studies show intermittent fasting (abstaining from food for 16 to 18 hours a day) could reverse the aging process and improve your overall health. It can also help with weight loss and prevent diseases. Fasting is a pillar of health and anti-aging practices.

Caloric Restriction

Caloric restriction is the only proven way to extend life in mammals. A low-calorie diet is one that restricts your intake to 1,200 to 1,600 calories per day for men, and 1,000 to 1,200 calories per day for women.

Senolytics

Senescent cells are cells that reached their maximum cell division, and instead of dying, they stay in a zombie like state, spewing toxins and poisoning healthy neighboring cells. They impede organ function, create chronic inflammation, and shorten healthy lifespan. Senolytics are compounds that clear senescent cells and extend healthy lifespan.

Rapamycin

Rapamycin is an immune suppressant drug that extends lifespan in aged mammals by up to 50%. Many people take it in low doses as an anti-aging drug.

Metformin

An inexpensive generic, widely available popular drug, metformin has garnered a reputation as a possible anti-aging wonder.

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