Will FDA Approve This Anti-Aging Drug?

By Lee Bellinger / December 26, 2013

Will Government Block
Anti-Aging Miracle?

Anti-Aging Pills Researchers have discovered one of the ways your body combats aging. And that discovery has generated more than a hundred new drugs that could extend the average human lifespan to 150 years.

The secret is a naturally occurring enzyme that counters aging in the body. Several classes of drugs can activate this anti-aging enzyme. Unlocking the method of switching this enzyme “on” could help prevent or even reverse many diseases. Cancer, cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes, Alzheimer’s disease, fatty liver disease, cataracts, osteoporosis, sleep disorders, arthritis… they may all become a thing of the past.

These drugs are in testing with promising initial results. In one test, overweight mice were given the anti-aging drug. A control group of healthy-weight mice were not. In running tests, though the test mice hadn’t lost any weight, they could cover twice the distance as the control mice before tiring. And in general lifespan studies, the overweight mice lived 15% longer.

In limited human trials, patients with type-2 diabetes taking the experimental new drug showed improvements in their metabolism that helped to counter the effects of diabetes. In another study, patients with an inflammatory skin condition also enjoyed an improvement in their symptoms.

Unfortunately, the research and development practices of pharmaceutical companies are still what they used to be 50 years ago. The process continues to be both slow and inefficient. Add to that the maze of bureaucratic red tape that it takes to get a new drug approved, and you’re looking at 7 years or more to move a drug from clinical testing to full approval… and that doesn’t even count discovery, research, and animal trials.

The full cycle for new drug creation can take decades!

Don’t Wait to Increase Your Lifespan – Start Now

If you don’t want to wait for government approval, or if you worry about the side effects of prescription drugs like we do, you can actually begin to slow your aging process right now. You have several methods you can use to activate this miracle, anti-aging enzyme within your body – no drugs required.

Strategy 1 – The Low Calorie Diet

Adopting a low-calorie diet can kick start your body’s production of anti-aging enzymes. The typical American eats between 1800 and 2500 calories a day. If you trim that back to 1200 to 1500 calories a day, you can help your body fire up these anti-aging enzymes. A calorie-restricted diet may also change your metabolism in a way that promotes a longer lifespan.

To safely begin a calorie-restricted diet, cut back your daily calories gradually and start taking a multivitamin if you don’t already. Look for foods that are high in nutrition, low in calories, and that help you stay full. Be sure to discuss a calorie-restricted diet with your doctor before getting started to make sure this strategy is right for you.

Strategy 2 – Vigorous Exercise

Run for your health! Doing vigorous interval exercises can pump up your body’s production of the anti-aging enzyme. It can also make your DNA healthier, and that can promote longevity, too. The best way to approach your exercise is to do short, intense intervals of activity followed by a very short period of rest.

You might try the Tabata technique. If you elect this approach, you’ll do 20 seconds of vigorous exercise follow by 10 seconds of rest. Repeat the same exercise for eight intervals – a total of four minutes. Rest for a minute or two, and then pick another exercise and do it again. You can use Tabata with almost any movement – push-ups, squats, sprints, squat thrusts, jumping jacks, crunches… whatever you like.

Whatever movement you choose, make sure you use good form and do as many repetitions as possible in each interval. We guarantee you’ll be feeling it by the end. Again, if you have any health issues, you may want to talk to you doctor before you start a Tabata routine… it’s very intense.

Strategy 3 – Resveratrol

For the longest time, doctors and researchers weren’t quite sure why resveratrol worked so well to prevent heart disease and other age-related diseases. Now they suspect that resveratrol helps turn “on” the production of your anti-aging enzymes. So, consider adding a resveratrol supplement to your multivitamin regimen. It may help you live a longer, healthier life.

More and more often, our government is attempting to put itself between us and the care we are able to receive. Incredibly long wait-times for new medical advancements are just one symptom of this broken system. But your good health doesn’t have to come only at the government’s whim… you can extend your lifespan through diet and exercise.

These techniques haven’t been regulated yet, so take full advantage while you still can.


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