Food additives ‘that could put ten years on your life’

Anti-aging chemicals could be added to food to offer at least an extra ten years of life.  A visiting professor at Oxford University suggests that eating food enhanced with isotopes could be the holy grail of defying the aging process.

Research published by Dr Mikhail Shchepinov shows that nematode worms on such a diet increased their lifespan by ten percent.

He believes the technology could be applied to pet food within three years, before being tried out on humans.

Dr Shchepinov suggests a longer life and protection against diseases such as cancer could be obtained by eating steaks, pork or chicken fillets high in the anti-aging chemicals.

More info:  Daily Mail article

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2 Responses to “Food additives ‘that could put ten years on your life’”

  1. David Says:

    Dr Mikhail Shchepinov is on to something that has actually been already discovered and commercially available for over 37 years, a product called Cellfood. Deuterium has been combined with other nutrients that cause a water molecule to be “split” and oxygen to be created in the body by scavanging free radicals.

    It’s a fantastic technology, and I hope the kind doctor discovers where he can find Cellfood and test it for himself.

  2. David Says:

    Dr Mikhail Shchepinov is on to something that has actually been already discovered and commercially available for over 37 years, a product called Cellfood. Deuterium has been combined with other nutrients that cause a water molecule to be “split” and oxygen to be created in the body by scavanging free radicals.

    It’s a fantastic technology, and I hope the kind doctor discovers where he can find Cellfood and test it for himself. It can be found at http://www.oxywave.com

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