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Life Extension Magazine

January 2010

Launch Interactive Issue

Startling Findings About Vitamin D Levels in Life Extension® Members

Inadequate vitamin D intake is linked to virtually every age-related disorder including cancer, vascular disease, and chronic inflammation. People with higher vitamin D levels contract substantially fewer viral infections. An analysis of over 13,000 vitamin D blood tests reveals that most Life Extension members are not taking enough of this critical nutrient.


The Secret Behind the Mediterranean Diet

People who follow a Mediterranean-type diet have sharply lower degenerative disease risks. While Americans try to eat healthier food, most still lack one essential protective component of the Mediterranean diet.

What To Do If You Contract Influenza: Including H1N1 (Swine) Flu or the Common Cold

While a debate rages about the flu vaccine, a glaring omission from the medical establishment is what one should do if influenza or common cold symptoms manifest. The missing piece (overlooked by so many) is the urgent need to initiate immediate treatment with specific nutrients, hormones, and antiviral drugs. In this eye-opening report, William Faloon reveals his personal attack regimen to combat infectious disease.

Multi-Targeted Disease Defense Using Phytonutrients

Often called superfoods, phytonutrients have emerged as a frontline defense against a vast array of age-related diseases. Chia has been proven to be a potent cancer and disease fi ghter. Other phytonutrients, from spirulina to mushrooms, support the body’s immune function to resist infectious disease and cancer.

A Conversation with Sanjay Gupta, MD

Dr. Sanjay Gupta talks to Life Extension Magazine® about the remarkable insights that went into the writing of Cheating Death. He also discusses the current state of research into conditions normally considered irreversible by conventional medicine.


In The News

How vitamin C protects the skin; reduced premenopausal vitamin D levels predict hypertension; tea catechins promote fat loss in overweight individuals; green tea drinkers less depressed; and more.

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