LIFE EXTENSION MAGAZINE
May 2018Launch Interactive Issue
Striking 50% Reduction In Cardiovascular MortalityLast year, the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) reported a 50% decline in cardiovascular disease deaths from 1980 to 2014. JAMA editors recommended prevention strategies (including blood tests) that have long been advocated by Life Extension® and other health publications.
Reduce Allergy MiseriesA targeted probiotic and yeast compound lowers the allergic response to pollen and other allergens, thus reducing irritating seasonal symptoms. Clinical studies reveal how this non-drug approach re balances immune function and slashes common allergy miseries.
Plant Compounds Protect Joint CartilageOsteoarthritis drugs do not prevent cartilage degeneration. Three botanical extracts can help repair joint damage and reduce cartilage loss.
Astaxanthin Slows Skin AgeingIn human studies, astaxanthin has been shown to improve skin wrinkles, elasticity, and moisture while enhancing collagen production.
Cancer Prevention Effects Of LycopeneRecent research demonstrates that lycopene can inhibit malignant transformation and help prevent metastasis. Life Extension® introduced the anticancer properties of lycopene in 1985.
NAD+ Reduces Alzheimer’s RiskResearchers at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and the National Institute on Ageing showed how boosting NAD+ improved cognitive functions and restored brain plasticity in a mouse model of Alzheimer’s.
Recent Ketogenic Therapy ConferencesCarbohydrates and proteins are greatly reduced in a ketogenic diet, which requires the primary source of food energy to be fat and ketones derived from fat. Scientists have discovered that a ketogenic diet can be used to treat obesity, diabetes, brain trauma, cancer, Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, autism, and many other conditions.