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Forever Healthy's "Maximizing Healthinitiative seeks to comprehensively review the world's leading medical knowledge on various health-related topics and turn it into actionable information to empower informed decisions about health and well-being.

The initiative covers a wide variety of subjects related to comprehensive health monitoring, mental well-being, integrative medicine, and personal prevention​.

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Currently available Practical Guides

  • NEW: Lipid Monitoring for Cardiovascular Risk

    Numerous aspects of lipid metabolism have been implicated in the development of cardiovascular disease. Therefore, it is important to identify biomarkers that allow reliable cardiovascular risk prediction. This Practical Guide aims to identify those markers, evaluate their relevance, and determine the best lipid monitoring protocol available at the moment.

  • APOE4 - Risks and Risk Management

    APOE is the gene responsible for coding Apolipoprotein E, a key player in our lipid metabolism. The APOE4 variant is well known for its association with a significantly higher risk of Alzheimer's disease. Numerous other conditions have been linked to it including different forms of dementia, cardiovascular disease, and decreased longevity. There are several important implications for carriers of one or two copies of the E4 variant, particularly concerning saturated fat and heavy metal detox.

    Our practical guide covers both the inherent risks as well as strategies to minimize their impact.

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Upcoming work

  • Iron Monitoring for Health & Longevity
    Testing & optimizing iron levels for lowering cardiovascular and diabetes risk

  • Colorectal Cancer Screening
    Early detection of colorectal cancer including modern alternatives to colonoscopy

  • Anserine and Carnosine Supplementation
    Use of anserine and carnosine for maintenance and improvement of cognitive function 

Open for Collaboration

The "Maximizing Health" initiative is set up as an international collaboration of scientists, doctors, and the team we are building at our foundation's headquarters. 

If you would like to collaborate, just leave us a note. If you are interested in joining the project team as a full-time member, please find the open positions here.

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