is a certain group of people that can be defined as those who would come to my
attentiion by dying, and then after a light search it seems that they practiced
a supplementing/and/or otherwise healthy lifestyle. I have no idea how big the
group is, but deaths are becoming few and far between, and at advanced
ages. Just three since 2006.
now add Denham Harman to the list.
Average age at death 95+ since 2006. Still nothing on heart disease. These
data are suggestive that the hearts of such people should last to about 100.
Cancer deaths are dropping as well, we are doing something better in this
regard, it seems.
my ongoing record. Can anyone add, or ammend it?
know of only 14 life extentionists who have died or contracted some serious age
related disease as of Jan 2012. 11 had cancer with nine dying of it, or
complications related to it. One, Jim Fixx, the jogger, died of congenital heart disease at age 52,
and was not known to have used supplements or a healthy diet. Jack LaLanne died
of ’09 the record shows 11 cases of age
related cancer, and no cases of another age related disease. The cancer deaths
are strangely grouped very closely to age 69. Three are deaths due to brain
cancer, and all three presumably took growth hormone. Mintz claimed to, while
South and Donaldson wrote an article and a book praising its use. Saul Kent has
apparently survived a brian tumor, and took growth hormone for a short while.
the 11 cancers vs no other age related diseases nor the four brain tumors can
obvious conclusions are, growth hormone causes brain cancer, and the
supplemental, and life style regimens developed in the ‘90’s are greatly more
efficous against vascular diseases than cancers. On these data alone the
efficacy could be strongly negative on cancer while being null on vascular disease,
or null/negative on cancer while being positive on heart disease. No affect on
both is statistically very, let me say very, very, unlikely.
literature as a whole is conclusive that life style and supplements protect
against vascular disease which would rule out the former possibility.
take home message is to continue or adopt the life style/supplementation
regimens popular in the late 90’s and look for more modern interventions that
protect against cancer. These would be low calorie diets featuring carrots,
apples, cruciferous veggies, and tomato juice simmered for one hour with olive
oil. Hi green tea consumption or extracts for women, (very hi for men), milk thistle, vitamin K2, and turmeric or curcumen. All of these have
been strongly documented in medically accepted literature except green tea and
curcumen which are on the verge of being further documented if ongoing trials
is a complete list of all the examples I know of. Can anyone add to it? Public
or private examples. I particulary seek
falsifying examples i e age related vascular diseases.
/age at death Condition L/D Regimen
Davis 70 D
bone can Diet, supplements
Mintz 69 D
Hess L neck can supplements
FM-2030 70 D pancreatic can ?
South 62 D
brain can growth hormone, supps
Fixx 52 D congential CVD Jogging
Pauling 93 D prostate can vitamin C,B
Pauling 76 D stomach can vitamin C, B
Pritikin 69 D Leukemia/suicide Diet, exercise
Kent L brain
D brain can supps, growth hormone
Lalanne 96 D
pneumonia supps exercise attitude
Bernard Strehler 76 D
Walford 79 D
ALS CR supps
Weider 93 D Amyloidosis exercise supps
Harman 98 ??
CVD cases. 7 cancers one pneumonia one ALS in 9
brain cancers for growth hormone users
and Kent took GH for a few months
of these (the ones with an asterisk) are reasonably well documented to have
supplemented heavily. 6 had cancer, one pneumonia, and one ALS.
last to have died of cancer is Thomas Donaldson in Jan, 2006, or James South at
about the same date. We have now gone six years without a cancer death. Could
something we are now taking, but were not before 2005 be protecting us?
only death since 2006 has been Jack Lalanne at age 96. Could we be suffering
death at a rate much lower than standard? If there are one hundred such people,
median age 60, we should be seeing a death every year on average. Now in 2013
Joe Weider at age 93. And now in 2014 Denham Harman at age 98