A new human technique that will help reduce aging by 50 years is complete and sold for the price of a daily coffee. Sydney researchers administered the pill to mice and the results were amazing as the mice lived 10% longer.
A new process that reprogrammes the human cell has been developed by Harvard Professor David Sinclair and researchers from the University of New South Wales. Like Dr. Sinclair said, "The technique could allow humans to regenerate organs and even allow paralysis to move again, with human trials due within two years."
The researchers also found that giving a vitamin B derivative pill to mice could extend their lifetime by 10%. They also said that the pill also helps in reducing hair loss. The professor of genetics at Harvard Medical School warned that people would not take a pill before the science was published.
"We do not recommend that people take NAD precursors because they have not been formally tested for safety. (19659005) What lies behind the new technology is the molecule nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD), which plays a role in energy production in the human body. The chemical is already used as an adjunct to the treatment of Parkinson's disease and to combat jet lag.
Professor Sinclair, who uses his own molecule to reduce the aging process, said his biological age had dropped 24 years after taking the pill. He said that his father, 79 years old, had been white water rafting and backpacking after using the molecule a year and a half ago.
The professor also said that his sister-in-law was fertile again after the treatment, even though she had gone into menopause in her 40s.