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  • NEW: Dasatinib and Quercetin Senolytic Therapy

    Dasatinib is a well-established medication used in the treatment of cancer. Quercetin is a flavonoid found in many plants and foods that is often used as a supplement. It is supposed that intermittent dosing of D+Q leads to the elimination of senescent cells in humans and by doing so, has the potential to prevent, delay, or alleviate multiple age-related diseases and increase the healthy lifespan.

  • Vascular Rejuvenation using EDTA

    EDTA chelation therapy is the use of EDTA, a synthetic amino acid, to remove unwanted metals from the body. Observed "side effects" include rejuvenation of the cardiovascular system and a substantial reduction of adverse cardiovascular events such as heart attack and stroke. Proposed mechanisms include the stabilization and reduction of atherosclerotic plaque, prevention of epigenetic changes, and stabilization of membranes.

  • Skin Rejuvenation by Low-Level Light Therapy - old

    Low-level light therapy or photobiomodulation is the use of low-energy light at a particular wavelength to influence cellular processes. Targeting the skin, it is supposed to lead to a more youthful appearance through increased collagen and elastin production, and a reduction in age spots and wrinkles.

  • Fisetin Senolytic Therapy

    Fisetin is a flavonoid found in many types of fruits and vegetables that is readily available over the counter as a supplement. Used intermittently at high doses it is supposed to act as a senolytic agent to remove senescent cells presenting an easily accessible, inexpensive therapeutic option.

  • NAD+ Restoration Therapy

    NAD+ is a nucleotide found in all living cells that plays an important role in energy metabolism. Levels may decline markedly with age and restoring them to a youthful state using various oral precursors, transdermal patches or IVs is believed to have beneficial effects on health and longevity.

  • More: Currently available Practical Guides by the Maximizing Health initiative