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The Rejuvenation of Senescent Cells: recent experiments

New discoveries on  resveratrol analogs rejuvenating aging human cells,  lengthening their telomeres and making them look and behave younger. In this blog-article, I will first examine these new findings (Section A) and thereafter, weight its significance in terms of optimizing longevity. (Section B) Section A A team led by Professor Lorna Harries at the University of Exeter has discovered a

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MTOR & Aging and Cancer

In this article-blog, i will review the litterature on MTOR (Section A) and then analyses MTOR pathway in relation to the aging process (Section B) and cancer (Section C) Text under construction Section A Over the last decade, more than 5,000 papers have been published about TOR, an enzyme inhibited by the drug rapamycin—a drug used experimentally to extend lifespan,

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Friends & Dogs tend to be a stronger predictor of wellbeing and happiness than family

Text under construction Friends become increasingly important to health and happiness as people age, according to new research in the journal Personal Relationships. They’re so crucial, in fact, that having supportive friendships in old age was found to be a stronger predictor of wellbeing than having strong family connections. The new paper explores the findings of two studies about relationships.

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Pygnogenol (Proanthocyanidins) Benefits from Red Wine, Grape Seeds and Oak Barks

In this blog-article, i will review one of red wine’s key health promoting molecules, proanthocyanidins, also known as pygnogenol. As long as wine is made traditionally with its skin and especially grape seeds in the fermentation bin, these antioxidant molecules will bestow upon red wine lots of health benefits. (Section A).  Thereafter, I will analyse its therapeutic relevance and clinical dosing.

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The History of Longevity Research

In this blog article, i will first look at the History of the research on aging (Section A) and follow up with an update on where we are today. (Section B) Aging Research in History Although not many people will admit it, the fear of aging and death is extremely common (1). Throughout history, our fascination with mortality has contributed

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The Hayflick Limit and the Extension of Lifespan

According to the Hayflick limit, most of our cells divide from 50 to 70 times. With each division, the telomeres shorten.  70 population doublings equates to approximately 120 years of life.  Progenitor cells (also called stem cells) and differentiated cells are thus limited to Hayflick’s limit of 70 population doublings.  Although adult-derived stem cells, (i.e., totipotent stem cells, pluripotent stem

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Twenty Percent of the Elderly in the U.S. Medically Mistreated and Injured by Conventional Medicine

More Evidence that the Conventional Sick-Care Medical Model financially thrives on Complications and avoids Holistic Wellbeing and Lifestyle A study of more than 12,500 Medicare patients (with an average age of 76) found that nearly one in five suffer from medical injuries when receiving care  (1 )  (Source)  Those who had experienced a medical injury had a death rate nearly

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Cancer-fighting Phyto-nutrients and their Mechanisms

If the Cancer establishments assert that over 70 percent of cancers are related to Diet, then food can be part of the solution. In this blog-article, i will first look at foods that promote apoptosis (Section A), then cancer-fighting foods that inhibit tumor angiogenesis (Section B) and conclude with an analysis on metastasis and cancer stem cell fight foods (Section

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Homeostasis “Reset” with Nigella Sativa

One of the homeostasis “reset” holistic techniques that is used at the Holistic Rejuvenation Center and that the Institute teaches in its rejuvenation workshops is Nigella sativa, (commonly known as Black Cumin, Black Seed, or Black Cumin Seed) in combination with other superfoods and techniques.  In this blog-article, I will first examine a few of the health benefits of this plant

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The Gut, Diseases and Optimal Longevity

In this blog-article, i will first look at the evidence that shows that most mainstream elders’ microbiota are characterized by dysbiosis and gut imbalances, both of which are correlated with different types of diseases. (Section A) Thereafter, I will invoke evidence that shows  that elders and even super-centenarians who have a healthy lifestyle have a different microbiota composition and way

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Organic Soy: Its Health Benefits and Limitations: The Science

Soy has been both demonized as an anti-nutrient toxic food and praised for its many nutritional benefits. In this blog-article, i will first look at soys benetifs (Section A). Thereafter, i will examine its limitations (Section B) and make some recommendations.kkk

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The Health Benefits of Organic and Fermented Almond Milk

Almonds are both nutritious and healing. In this blog-article, i will show how almond milk and its fermented version (yogurt) are made (Section A). Thereafter, I will described a few of its benefits (Section B). Section A How to make Almond milk and Yogurt Almond milk is made by blending almonds with water and then straining the mixture to remove

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