Increase Your Healthspan

We are living longer than ever before. But along with these increases in life expectancy are increases in the occurrence of age-related diseases.

Our Purpose

Understanding the biology of aging, and knowing the genes and proteins involved with these processes, will help us increase our “healthspan” – the period of time that people can live in a healthy and productive state.

There are many theories on aging. Our purpose is to provide information and education on the future direction of science and medicine with regard to the aging process.

Don’t let age change you. Change the way you age.

“There is no biological law that says we must age. Those who say there is don’t know what they are talking about. We’re probably still a long way off from a world in which death is a rarity, but we’re not far from pushing it ever farther into the future.”

— Dr. David Sinclair, PhD, Harvard Medical Professor,
Author of Lifespan: Why We Age and Why We Don’t Have To

Oxidative Stress

The body is constantly bombarded by oxidative stress.
This onslaught of free radicals impact cellular function.
The body combats oxidative stress by
producing antioxidants.
Unfortunately the body’s production of
antioxidants slows down over time.

Mitochondrial Decline

The body needs constant power to run. Mitochondria are
responsible for producing the power for our cells.
Everything from the power to beat our hearts, inflate
our lungs or even think. Every cell requires
mitochondrial power.
The body is constantly fixing or removing damaged
mitochondria and producing new mitochondria,
in a process called mitochondrial biogenesis.
Unfortunately the body’s production of
Mitochondria slows down over time.

Sirtuin Activity

As the body runs, its cells create waste that can back up and slow the cell
if not removed. Sirtuins are responsible for this removal (a process called
autophagy). This process is responsible for a myriad of health benefits.
From mental and physical energy, to motivation, mood, cardiovascular health,
maintaining cholesterol levels, joint health, healthy DNA function,
a healthy inflammation response and more.
The body is constantly activating sirtuins and
producing additional sirtuins.
Unfortunately the body’s production of sirtuins
and sirtuin activity slows down over time.


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