Free Shipping on All Orders $75 Or More! Ends January 31st.

Your Trusted Brand for Over 35 Years

Life Extension Magazine

June 2016

Launch Interactive Issue

How to Reverse Markers of Prostate Cancer

Despite prostate cancer being the second leading cause of cancer death in men, a raging debate has ensued as to whether men should have annual PSA blood tests. The scales are tilting in favor of Life Extension®’s multi-decade campaign to educate men about the importance of regular PSA screening. Not only are there proven ways to reverse rising PSA levels, but breakthrough treatments can enable safer diagnosis and curative treatment without the side effects associated with conventional surgery and radiation.

Reports

Oral Sunscreen Reduces Skin Cancer Risk

Researchers have discovered that a specific form of B vitamin can reduce the risk of skin cancer by 23%! This level of protection is unparalleled. When combined with two other natural ingredients, dermal DNA damage caused by solar radiation can be dramatically reduced.

Unique Magnesium Compound Reverses Brain Aging

In a new human study, a magnesium compound has been shown to reverse markers of brain aging by as much as 14 years! This finding corroborates recent discoveries by MIT researchers showing that magnesium-L-threonate concentrates in the brain to rebuild neuronal connections and youthful brain plasticity.

Major Advance in Screening and Treating Prostate Cancer

Life Extension® consistently seeks to identify more effective and less side-effect prone treatments for prostate cancer. Gary Onik, MD, has spent decades perfecting a diagnostic and treatment approach that may revolutionize prostate cancer treatment.

Solutions for Common Prostate Problems

Up to 80% of men will suffer from benign prostate enlargement, resulting in a host of urinary problems. Placebo-controlled human trials have identified natural extracts that can mitigate BPH (benign prostatic hyperplasia) symptoms and may reduce prostate cancer risk.

Topical Vitamin C for Skin Rejuvenation

Vitamin C is essential to the body’s production of collagen, but very little orally ingested vitamin C reaches the skin. Scientists have identified three stable forms of vitamin C that protect the skin against photoaging, restore skin hydration, and fade excess pigmentation.

Immune-Modulating Cancer Drugs Finally Get Some Respect

Newly hailed cancer immunotherapy drugs have been stifled in development for decades and patients have died while waiting. Now that they are approved to treat some forms of cancer, find out how their efficacy may be enhanced with an adjuvant immune-boosting drug.

The Insulin/Cancer Connection

Research has shown that higher blood insulin can result in increased cancer risk. High insulin levels trigger rapid cell division and can cause cells to lose control of their DNA regulator genes. The drug metformin and specific supplements such as fish oil and green tea extracts can help reduce insulin levels.

Departments


In The News

C-reactive protein increases stroke risk; B vitamin reduces pancreatic cancer risk; baldness linked to prostate cancer; magnesium inhibits diabetes; fish oil lowers homocysteine; magnesium inhibits sudden cardiac death; carnitine helps prevent autism; fish oil reduces depression.

Journal Abstracts