Is vampirism your key to rejuvenation?

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Just a quick comment about the use of younger donor cells to rejuvenate a host.  As this article shows, when a person with no functioning blood production (aplastic anemia) received donor white blood cells, longer white blood cell telomeres were associated with better clinical outcomes.     This shouldn’t surprise anyone because it would be like saying car parts from … Read More

Bob Seitz is 85-years young and getting younger

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Let me preface this posting by saying I’ve recently reviewed three consecutive LifeLength telomere reports showing slight deterioration while taking TA-65.  But it is noteworthy that none those patients’ tests resembled each others and like fingerprints, the results must be understood in light of an individual’s continuing stress, aging, possible inadequate absorption, or even a complete lack of TA-65 effect. … Read More

Telomere dysfunction linked to cancer – Dr. Sandy Chang, Part 2

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This is the conclusion of our interview with Telomere expert, Dr. Sandy Chang, MD, PhD from Yale University. He was interviewed by Dr. Ed Park at the American Academy of Anti-Aging Conference in 2014. In this segment, Dr. Chang discusses the science linking shortened telomeres to cancer formation with an emphasis on his area of expertise, the SHELTERIN complex that … Read More

Statins may not be as good as apples

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Wanna keep the doctor away? Stick to apples. In this brief video, I discuss why statins could be more harmful than helpful:     This opinion is becoming more and more mainstream as discussed in this article: http://www.webmd.com/cholesterol-management/news/20140818/statins-side-effects-news   For the unabridged explanation, watch this video that I did:

The “sourcing heuristic” part 2: Brian Williams’ confession

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Brian Williams has decided to come clean about his confabulation. He wasn’t shot down in a helicopter in Iraq.   Call me jaded, but this seems a bit like Christopher Reeve confessing he can’t fly or reverse time by causing the planet to reverse its rotation.    http://tinyurl.com/onnswyj   Why do we dislike liars?  They are confusing.  From the Easter Bunny … Read More

Pharma to join anti-aging…there goes the neighborhood

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Just a brief note about an article that discusses pharmaceutical makers becoming interested in anti-aging. First, they assume that aging is a thing, and not just many things.  Secondly, they presume that nature has nothing to offer because it is not easy to patent and own anything natural.  Finally, they hope to invest hundreds of millions of dollars to earn … Read More

Heavy Metals and telomere shortening & Dr. Norm Shealy Part 2: “the chakras”

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Here is an article about a study linking heavy metal toxicity with shorter telomeres. http://tinyurl.com/l8ggw63 So what could be causing this?  Interestingly, my own heavy metal values came back just awesome this summer, with an almost undetectable cadmium level after 7 years of telomerase activation: So was there a direct link between my low toxic metal count and my lengthening … Read More

Black mold can live in your sinuses for decades! (how to diagnose and treat it)

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This is Part 2 of our our interview with infectious disease expert and researcher, Dr. Joe Brewer. He discusses two landmark papers where he shows the high correlation between chronic fatigue and mold infestation and the paper in which they successfully diagnose and treat this condition in the biofilm of the sinuses. If you know someone with chronic fatigue, then … Read More