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Life Extension Magazine

December 2014

Launch Interactive Issue

Why Most Zinc Lozenges Fail

The Journal of the American Medical Association reported that taking the correct form and dose of zinc lozenge cuts duration of the common cold by about 50%! The key is initiating zinc acetate lozenges at the very first cold symptom. Delays of 24-48 hours may render zinc lozenges ineffective as too many rhinoviruses have already infiltrated your cells.

Reports

New Option For Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Today’s medicine has failed the nearly 4 million Americans suffering from chronic fatigue syndrome. A global team of scientists has identified unique molecules called roburins, derived from oak wood, that have shown promise in managing a majority of chronic fatigue syndrome symptoms.

Protection Against Environmental Cancer

We are surrounded by toxic environmental factors that contribute to as many as 80 to 90% of all cancer cases. Studies show that chlorophyllin neutralizes environmental carcinogens and binds to dietary mutagens, excreting them from the body before they damage DNA.

The Missing Link To Heart Health

Magnesium deficiency is dangerously common, resulting in increased cardiovascular disease risk. Studies indicate that restoring healthy magnesium levels reduces the rate of cardiovascular disease by 40%, of sudden cardiac arrest by 77%, of cancer by 50%, and of all-cause mortality by 40%.

Most Effective Zinc Lozenges For The Common Cold

Over 30 years ago, scientist George Eby discovered that only zinc acetate can be relied on to protect against the common cold, allergies, and throat congestion. Validated by a new report published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, zinc acetate represents a first-line defense against the common cold.

A Triumphant Failure

Despite their vast reserves of oil, Venezuela has no chemo drugs for its cancer patients and even its president fled the country for medical care. This is a classic example of how government bureaucracy can destroy a nation’s vital health care system and hinder the pursuit of longevity.

Departments

In The News

Resveratrol boosts memory; metformin increases longevity; vitamin D deficiency increases dementia risk; and more.

Ask The Doctor

Ask The Doctor: Choosing The Right Hormone Test

As you age, hormone testing is key to any longevity program. However, numerous factors can affect what testing methods you and your doctor choose. Scott Fogle, ND, explains how to assess the best hormone tests for your needs.

Wellness Profile

Wellness Profile

Miami Dolphins’ punter Brandon Fields has a driving mission to educate people, especially kids, about the dangers of concussions, which can cause dementia, Alzheimer’s, or chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE).