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Why you should take this course?
Until a 100 or so years ago average life expectancy barely exceeded 30-40 years:
Better life and hygiene standards helped, but mostly it is a medical progress we have to thank for dramatic gains in average life expectancy. Yet look at the picture below and see how sharply cancer and heart disease (“circulatory”) increase as causes of death, also from the age of about 40. That’s not a coincidence, but an imprint of evolution.
Causes of death vs. age:
Cancer, heart disease and neurodegeneration eventually cause over 80% of all deaths, and more people will get cancer despite “moonshot initiatives” (see recent NY Times Op-Ed “We Won’t Cure Cancer”).
Everyone waits for a miracle to extend life. Well, no need to wait – good options already exist. It is time to use existing methods to delay these major causes of misery and death.
The goal is to gain at least 10 additional years of high-quality healthy life over what is already expected at modern standards of living. The key is quality, not necessarily quantity of years past 50 or 60. And you can already achieve that with a few simple science-backed interventions. This is what our video course is about.
When you should start taking these 4 actions?
Consider starting these actions in your late 30s – early 40s. It depends on your personal health risks. But starting “today” is better than not starting at all. You have to understand that consistently doing simple small steps over many years gives you the biggest life quality gains. Investing in your life quality is perhaps like financial investment: small incremental steps over the long term give you better gains than dramatic short-term actions. The latter is symbolic of reactive high-cost healthcare. But the former will get you the best risk-benefit ratio to delay heart disease, cancer and neurodegeneration beyond your “baseline” genetic and lifestyle-linked risks.
We argue that you have to use a gentle nudge to help your body stave off vascular damage and slow metabolic deterioration leading to overt cancer. There are both pharmacological and non-pharmacological means of doing so. We discuss 4 specific science-backed actions in this course.
Is this information backed by science?
For every point we make in the course, we present evidence from scientific peer-reviewed international medical journals. There is a large body of basic science and clinical medical research backing every point we make. Medicine is becoming more proactive and there is evidence it’s happening faster than we expect.
We provide full references for all sources cited in the video course.
These compounds are NOT food supplements or vitamins.
They are FDA-approved compounds
See the evidence for doing these 4 specific actions and consider starting them today, perhaps after discussing with a doctor who has good knowledge of preventive medicine trends. We hope this course will compel you to gain an extra decade of highly functional healthy life over what’s “written in your destiny”.
Can I take the course without obligation to pay?
We are confident you will get great value from this course. In fact, I am making this course freely available via email, at least as an experiment – to see if we can share widely these preventive medicine suggestions and maintain a reasonable revenue from voluntary payments for the product. I have invested a tremendous amount of time and a lot of money into planning and making this course, and it takes 25 years of top-notch medical expertise to be able to make a careful judgment what is worth considering among an avalanche of information. So, if you find it useful and thought-provoking, contribute $49 in appreciation of my hard work. So we can make more useful courses. Of course, it’s your choice…
Thanks for watching and giving a thought to these useful actions (instead of buying useless or harmful stuff that’s marketed to you everywhere)
Anton Titov, MD, PhD, MBA
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