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It was Sinclair's research on resveratrol, a molecule found in grapes, that made headlines a decade ago when it showed promising results in keeping overfed mice as healthy as lean mice. Sinclair even chose to test resveratrol on himself, something he has been doing for the past 10 years, and he says he's feeling fit and healthy. Likewise, his parents, who are in their 70s, report similar results from taking resveratrol.
Today, Sinclair has taken his research even further. By prematurely aging mice, he is able to test new molecules on them in an attempt to return them to their younger, healthier state. He's hopeful that the molecules will one day help prevent or delay diseases like cancer and Alzheimer's in humans.
originally posted by: lightedhype
Rumor has it...young blood put into an old person's body will regenerate them, even repairing neurons and cells. Some people believe this is why so many children go missing and how TPTB behind the scenes stick around for so long.
originally posted by: flice
So… nothing comes without a price. Personally I would rather exercise than trying to prolong my life with resveratrol.
Personally I megadose some Liposomal Vitamin C everyday to stay feeling better - around 1 - 2.5g per day. Has worked wonders for me.
originally posted by: Xcathdra
Since some cover the sciences ill go the other route. There was a fringe video I was watching about human DNA that delved into how DNA is broken. I think it was an ancient alien episode so take it bow u want.
They talked about human life span being limited because our DNA is broken. Supposedly our DNA was a loop, for lack of a better word, which allowed humans to live for a very very long time. As things progressed our actions caused issues with our DNA causing it to degrade to the point we are at now.
Normally I would error on the side of science but considering science still does not understand why we need to sleep ill keep an open mind. Supposedly monoatomic gold had a positive affect on human cells.
Anyways I thought I would throw this out there. If its not your focus then please ignore.