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02-18-2010, 12:34 PM
Researchers' 'Cocktail' Increased Lifespan of Mice by 11 Percent

They have called in heavy artillery in the form of an anti-aging "cocktail" that consists of 30 vitamins and supplements that are thought to play a role in fighting five debilitating, age-related losses in motivation, cognition, sensory perception, physical capacities and physical mobility.

For several years now the McMaster researchers have experimented with mice, and they have met with "profound" success, David Rollo, lead author of a study published in the current issue of Experimental Biology and Medicine, said in a telephone interview.

"We were more surprised than anybody," Rollo said, when their "cocktail" increased the lifespan of lab mice by 11 percent. Perhaps more importantly, the supplement increased the production of mitochondria and reduced the emission of free radicals, thought to be the basic cause of aging.


02-18-2010, 05:37 PM
Eliminate all free radicals ... Wasn't that a Bond assignment? :chuckle:

02-18-2010, 05:39 PM
Eliminate all free radicals ... Wasn't that a Bond assignment? :chuckle:
So what now, I cant heat up my chili in a styrofoam bowl anymore? crap

02-18-2010, 05:49 PM
Dr. Jeffry Life has the answers. Dude is 70 and he looks 20. 4 years and I am starting testosterone therapy (40th b-day gift to me)

02-19-2010, 02:27 AM
Don't listen to him ... Dr. Life is nosferatu.