April 2018

 Launch Interactive Issue

Combat Ageing via Artificial Intelligence

Ageing disrupts youthful cell signalling pathways leading to whole-body degeneration. Seeking to mitigate this cellular deficit, researchers used artificial intelligence (A.I.) to assess tens of thousands of signalling pathways. Their findings uncovered three nutrients that can modulate many of the same anti-ageing pathways as the drug metformin, and help restore youthful cell signalling.


Boron An Overlooked Micro-nutrient

Boron plays a crucial role in maintaining bone health and has important anti-cancer properties. Studies show that boron interferes with the life cycle of the human papillomavirus (HPV), a contributing factor in approximately 95% of all cervical cancers.

Benfotiamine Improves Cognition in Alzheimer’s Patients

Elevated blood sugar impacts the brain and can lead to cognitive conditions such as Alzheimer’s. A groundbreaking study showed that benfotiamine can improve cognition in these patients.

Are You Getting the Full Benefits of Drinking Green Tea?

The key factor behind green tea’s many health benefits lies in its rich polyphenol content. A patented processing technology has led to a rich-tasting new tea in quick-dissolving crystal form that boasts three times the polyphenol content of regular green teas.

Homocysteine and Hearing Loss

Recent studies indicate that hearing loss involves damage to brain cells that support hearing & that elevated homocysteine contributes to this loss. Low-cost B vitamins combat the dangers of high homocysteine & may help prevent age-related hearing loss.

Topical Melatonin Promotes Youthful Skin

The age-related decline in melatonin is a factor in skin-ageing. Human research shows that topically applied melatonin initiates nightly skin repair and renewal.

Who Needs Digestive Enzymes?

As we age, our body produces fewer digestive enzymes. Without these enzymes, undigested food passes into the colon, causing bloating, gas, and diarrhoea. Supplementing with digestive enzymes before meals assists in the proper breakdown of starch, proteins, fats, cellulose, and milk.

As We See It

Cellular Regeneration Strategy

Ageing results in altered cell-to-cell signalling that causes systemic degeneration. Utilising deep-learning artificial intelligence, scientists have identified a method to restore more youthful cell signalling. This may facilitate leaner body mass, improved cognition, reduced inflammation, more youthful gene expression, and improved cell protein stability.

As We See It

In The News

Processed meat linked to breast cancer; lithium may improve fetal alcohol syndrome; calcium and vitamin D lower risk of early menopause; and latest protocol in Disease Prevention and Treatment book.



A staple of Eastern cuisine for hundreds of years, ginger can ease arthritis pain and inflammation, fight certain kinds of cancer, and suppress obesity.

Healthy Eating

Bread Is Gold

Famed Italian chef Massimo Bottura has long fought against food waste. In his book, Bread is Gold, the world’s top chefs describe their experiences working with Bottura. We present some of their recipes.

Wellness Profile

Dr. Scott Hoffer, Outrunning Disease and Disability

Dr. Scott Hoffer has spent much of his life running marathons in an attempt to “outrun” his genetic predisposition to disease. Two key events transformed his life: his studies in the mind/body connection and his discovery of Life Extension®.