Phil and Stephen discuss progress in anti-aging treatments and the role that regulations play in making treatments available.
Jose Cordeiro: In 30 years, I will be younger than today
- Telomere shortening: Liz Parish already demonstrating rejuvenation technology
- Doing it on her own dime
- Not legal in the US — had to go to South America
- Regulations prevent self-experimentation
Metformin could be the first FDA approved antiaging drug
Nir Barzilai, director of the Institute for Aging Research at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in the Bronx, like most in his field, was aware of the good news about metformin that had been trickling out year after year.
The FDA will not make its decision on whether metformin becomes the US’s first antiaging drug until the study, dubbed Targeting Aging with Metformin (TAME for short)
This Bio-Hacking Anti-Aging Product Has a Unique Cult Following: Doctors
So, what exactly is Basis? According to ElysiumHealth.com (where a one-month supply is sold for $60): “Cells need the coenzyme NAD+ to function, and NAD+ declines as we age. Basis is clinically proven to increase NAD+ levels.”