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  • Youth Pills Start To Go Mainstream And The World Yawns

    April 12, 2015: by Bill Sardi

    Bet On Poor-Man Anti-Aging Technologies

    I wrote on this topic just a little over a month ago, but the pace of change in the anti-aging field is so fast that it seems like a decade ago. [ Feb 15, 2015]

    The focus of my report last month was more about breakthrough developments and commercialized products now available that address what would be considered the greatest challenge that mankind has ever faced – the quest to conquer mortality.

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  • A Diet To Go Along With Resveratrol Pills

    : by Bill Sardi

    Recently this author has underscored the importance of sugar restriction in the control of cancer. [] Newly published science provides further insight into the importance of low-carbohydrate (bread, rice, pasta) and low-sugar diets to improve cancer survival. A new finding is how a restricted sugar/carbohydrate diet enables anti-cancer molecules such as resveratrol to exert their anti-cancer properties.

    Investigators wondered if a low-carbohydrate diet combined with molecules that genetically mimic a limited calorie diet would improve cancer survival rates.

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  • Resveratrol Latest Nutrient Found To Reverse Brain Shrinkage, Improve Memory

    March 28, 2015: by Bill Sardi

    The red wine molecule resveratrol (rez-vair-ah-trol) has just recently been added to the growing list of nutrients (fish oil, B vitamins, vitamin C, vitamin D) that improve mental performance and slow and even reverse brain shrinkage with advancing age. [Journal Neuroscience June 4, 2014]

    Resveratrol didn’t just improve the ability of laboratory mice to remember how to navigate through mazes but actually improved the memory of healthy seniors (word recall scores) which was correlated with decreases in blood sugar (hemoglobin A1c test) and body fat and improved connectivity between the memory formation part of the brain (the hippocampus) and the emotional control center of the brain (frontal cortex).   Resveratrol also increased the size of the hippocampus and frontal cortex, critical areas of the brain that facilitate memory.

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  • Sorting Out The Science Behind Modern Medicine’s Newest Anti-Aging Pills

    February 23, 2015: by Bill Sardi

    A decade after the red wine molecule resveratrol (rez-vair-ah-trol) was introduced as an anti-aging pill, molecular biologists, as they are called, have introduced a whole new strategy that promises to produce nearly ageless humans who will live an indefinitely long and healthy lifespan.

    These new “high-brow” youth pills come sans all the hype and hyperbole that accompanied resveratrol dietary supplements when they were first introduced and marketed by online hucksters who offered a free bottle of red wine pills to consumers who suddenly found their credit cards being billed each month without their knowledge.

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  • Resveratrol Decreases Brain Micro-Hemorrhages Despite High Blood Pressure & Improves “Sixth Vital Sign” (Walking Speed)

    February 19, 2015: by Bill Sardi

    After a decade of scientific misdirection the discoveries involving the red wine molecule resveratrol unrelentingly continue to be published in scientific journals.  Human studies are beginning to show resveratrol is relatively safe (safer than aspirin) and remarkably effective in human studies involving maladies of the eyes, brain, liver and heart, particularly when taken in modest but higher-than-dietary-level doses.  Its versatility to address so many biological factors that affect aging is nothing less than remarkable.  Among these reported advances is an astonishing discovery involving the aging human brain.

    Small hemorrhages in the brain are now believed to be the cause of age-related mental decline, not the widely reported beta amyloid brain plaque or excessive acetycholinesterase enzyme that literally erases the brain chemical acetycholine, known as a memory molecule. [Nature Reviews Neurology May 2006; MedScape June 17, 2011]  Acetycholinesterase inhibitors (Aricept, Exelon, Cognex, Razadyne) have been a flop for Alzheimer’s disease memory loss.  [European Journal Clinical Pharmacology July 2005]

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  • Anti-Aging Dietary Supplements Finally Gain Respectability But Only Because They Are Now Endorsed By Scientific & Financial Elites

    February 15, 2015: by Bill Sardi

    In the wake of the Attorney General of the State of New York maligning herbal supplements, to claim herbal remedies sold in major store chains are mislabeled and often contain nothing more than powdered rice and houseplants as fillers, an MIT-based nutraceutical (aka dietary supplement) company has been spawned to introduce a scientifically valid anti-aging pill.

    Dietary supplements, widely dismissed by physicians for not being “FDA approved” and unfairly maligned by the research community and the news media, may finally be getting some respect.  But only in the context that an anti-aging pill is beyond the  charter of the FDA which is to approve molecules, both natural and synthetic, that are safe and effective in the prevention, treatment or cure of disease.  Aging is not considered a disease per se and conclusive evidence an anti-aging agent works might take decades to validate.  So the more economical, more practical route of introducing an anti-aging pill as a dietary supplement has been taken by one of the most esteemed scientific centers in the world – Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

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  • Resveratrol Re-Wires The Brain Even Weeks After Its Use

    February 9, 2015: by Bill Sardi

    When Will Resveratrol Science Become Any More Convincing?

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  • We Already Know How To Cure Cancer

    February 2, 2015: by Bill Sardi

    Delivered at the Sixtieth Annual Awards Dinner, National Health Federation
    Woodland Hills, California, January 31, 2015

    Public speaking coaches suggest you size up your audience before you deliver a speech. I’m told there are three ways to segment an audience; those who already embrace what I have to say; those who stand in the middle and need further convincing and those who oppose or disagree with what I have to say. I’m told those who oppose or disagree will not move all the way to embracing my thoughts, that the best I can expect is for them to move towards the middle and those in the middle move towards what I am going to suggest here tonight.

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  • Got KLOTHO? You’ll Think Smarter Not Got KLOTHO? Get Some Vitamin D & Resveratrol

    January 29, 2015: by Bill Sardi

    About 1 in 5 people are walking around with a gene variant that confers them with extra brain power in the area of decision making, planning, working memory and problem solving. That is the remarkable discovery being reported today and there may be a way for others who don’t carry this variant gene to get the same superior brain power effect by supplementing their diet with vitamin D and the red wine molecule resveratrol.

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  • Inhibit One Gene Among 25,000 And Add 12 Years To Your Lifespan & Healthspan

    January 28, 2015: by Bill Sardi

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