(PRWEB) July 09, 2012
On Wednesday, July 11, at 7:30 PM ET, Supporting members of LivingTheCRWay.com will participate in a live teleconference with the visionary longevity scientists, Drs. Stephen Spindler and Joseph Dhahbi. These researchers study the dietary regimen of calorie restriction (CR), which has been shown to improve the health and longevity of all lab animals tested -- from insects to primates. Humans get the same benefits too.
These scientists have over 16 years of published results, identifying internal regulators that control calorie restriction’s beneficial effects. This focus enabled Spindler and Dhahbi to discover the first calorie restriction mimetic, metformin, a compound that produces the beneficial effects of calorie restriction, without limiting calories, as analyzed in this study:
Identification of potential caloric restriction mimetics by microarray profiling.
Dhahbi JM, Mote PL, Fahy GM, Spindler SR.
Dept. of Biochemistry, Univ. of California, Riverside, CA 92521, USA.
Physiological Genomics 2005 Nov 17;23(3):343-50.
Spindler and Dhahbi are poised to provide profound new insights for slowing the aging process. The results of their four years of studying candidate compounds for extending lifespan are just starting to be reported. Soon longevity activists will learn more about what is likely to extend life and why.
This historic conversation is open to all supporting members of LivingTheCRWay.com, which is at the heart of optimal health and longevity on the Web. Created by The CR Way authors, Paul McGlothin & Meredith Averill, LivingTheCRWay.com provides the most effective, scientifically proven ways to improve health, happiness, and the likelihood of living longer.
Held twice a month in a friendly town-meeting style, teleconferences with world-leading experts in health and longevity are a membership benefit.
New LivingTheCRWay content includes diet and lifestyle tips for preserving and activating adult stem cells and a Friends Forum for finding others who are seeking optimal health and longevity.