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In this post:

  1. Living in SURVIVAL vs. Living in CREATION wit Dr. Joe Dispenza
  2. How Greg Fahy decelerates ageing
  3. The latest trial on NMN human supplementation
  4. Why new type 2 diabetes drugs aren't necessarily more effective
  5. Using calorie restriction mimetics to live longer
  6. Is ageing reversible? A scientific look with Dr David Sinclair

1. Living in SURVIVAL vs. Living in CREATION

Watch Dr. Joe Dispenza as he brings together his many years of research into the brain and human biology to present the latest findings on what is humanly possible for creating massive transformation in our lives.

 

 2. Decoding the secret of ageing

With his research on the thymus gland, California’s Greg Fahy managed to not only decelerate the aging process, but reverse it. His initial study on humans showed that a particular drug cocktail took an average two-and-a-half years off their age.

 

Related: Longevity Researchers Are Working to Help Your Pets Live Longer Too

3. Sixth NMN human trial

In this latest NMN human trial over 12 weeks, the safety of NMN supplementation was verified. Indications of increased muscle mass and reduced body fat were observed. NAD+ levels increased at 4, 8 and 12 weeks, with the highest increase observed at 4 weeks.

The exact mechanism of action of NMN being converted to NAD+ is not fully understood. It is thought that NMN may possibly be altered by the gut bacteria before being absorbed into the bloodstream.

Watch the YouTube video below where Dr Brad Stanfield reviews the study and interprets the results in detail.
 

Related: NMN as an Anti-Ageing Supplement

 4. Diabetes - A Lucrative Disease

A medical focus on blood glucose levels has led to an over-reliance on medication, sometimes without due concern for dangerous side effects. Patients become trapped in a cycle of treatment, which in many cases still does not halt the disease’s progression. This can lead to amputations, blindness and heart attacks.

An improved diet can be a preventative measure, and strict adherence to the diet can also bring about remission in the case of type 2 diabetes. But these solutions require effort, as well as a complete rethinking of chronic disease management.

 

Related: Low Carb High Fat - The Effect on Weight Loss, Diabetes, and Metabolic Risk Factors Compared to Other Diets

 5. Fasting Your Way To 100 Years Old

Fasting studies suggest it can improve your health and lifespan. But one hurdle remains: very few people want to do it. Now scientists are finding ways to mimic a fasting state without actually fasting.

Caloric restriction mimetics, such as NMN, Spermidine and Oxaloacetate, can imitate calorie restriction without reducing the calorie intake.

In the video below, Valter Longo talks about the longevity diet created by combining scientific research with the study of centenarians around the world (including the Blue Zones).

 

Related: Intermittent Fasting for a Longer and Healthier Life

6. Is ageing reversible? A scientific look with Dr David Sinclair

David Sinclair, Australian biologist and professor of genetics at Harvard University, shares his research on slowing and reversing the process of ageing in mice, and how the same technology may someday be transferable to humans.

 


 
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