Kingsley: Thank you. We are familiar with the work of
Villeponteau and Spindler,
both of whom were speakers to the LA-GRG. I don’t like the
internal cancelation within metabolic pathways. — Steve Coles
At 01:12 PM 12/28/2013, you wrote:
On 12/28/13 12:44, Thomas Coote
> Any comments on this paper (critical or supportive) just released?
— Tom Coote
I like their monitoring of arterial stiffness,
endothelial function, and blood pressure. My
impression is that all are reasonable biomarkers of aging.
Their combination of supplements not working is
1. Bryant Villeponteau’s report of Genescient’s
2. Stephen Spindler’s results for Life Extension Mix
3. My own results for combos in general .
A possible explanation is that individual anti-aging
metabolic pathways tend to cancel
each other out.
However, Bryant seems to think the combo used in
StemCell 100[TM] works in fruit
A few months ago, he was hoping to test it in
Alzheimer’s Disease patients.
That’s what I think I know.
1. Stephen Spindler, Eurosymposium on Healthy Aging, Brussels on December
2. August 24, 2013, Interventions Tend To Combine Synergistically To
Extend Lifespan A Little, But
The Typical Improvement Is Statistically Insignificant, Kingsley G. Morse
Jr., B.Sc, MBA,
Bellingham, WA, USA
3. Stem Cell 100[TM]
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