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Would you want to live forever?

Would you want to live forever?
Would you want to live forever?

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 Posted 3/18/2012 5:44:53 AM
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Found this article from Kenneth Hayworth (Brain Preservation Foundation) very well written and clear (attached). How hard is to realize (as I do), as in his conclusion, that "..... you, gentle reader, decide for yourself that you wish to have your brain preserved and participate in this “greatest adventure imaginable” you will find, as I have, that your ability to do so is being blocked at every turn."!

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 Posted 8/26/2013 7:31:34 PM
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With these three products you would be helping regain growth in telomere length associated with age-related shortening caused by time. Lots of studies show this is the most cost affective way help anti-aging at the moment?Way cheaper than TA 65

Omega-3 fatty acid metabolite inhibits angiogenesis and fish oil may enhance immune function  with a Q10 in the mix 

Vitamin D improves muscle function calcium magnesium and good multi

Resveratrol NEWS on Telomere length associated with a number of age-related diseases    http://tinyurl.com/bs7em3q

And with that valuable information you will be able to live 30 to 40 % longer plus there's a lot more. Let's talk and I will explain everything 

One question though do you think I should go on DHEA too and how much thankyou 







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 Posted 8/27/2013 4:26:35 AM
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In answer to your question, it is advised that you have a blood test for DHEA first, which will assist you in determining how much to supplement with.  See http://www.lef.org/protocols/metabolic_health/dhea_restoration_01.htm for more information, including cautions.

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