Aging Matters

IAS News 3 February 2012 | 12 Comments

Aging Matters Issue 1

It is with great excitement that we announce that the latest IAS magazine ‘Aging Matters™’ is going to print today. Aging Matters is a 70+ page glossy magazine that takes over from where the original ‘International Antiaging Magazine’ left off (the IAM was produced by IAS for more than 8-years).

Articles in Aging Matters issue 1

In the first issue of Aging Matters- which should be mailed to IAS clients free of charge in January 2012 (it will also be available for free download from the IAS website), the lead story is all about TA65® and its ability to extend telomeres (through telomerase activation) in-vivo, in other words in humans. This technology has significant implications and represents the very cutting-edge of health product supplementation today. There is also a great interview with the endocrinologist expert, Dr. Thierry Hertoghe regarding the hormone oxytocin and its effects on passion, sex and longevity. In this interview Dr. Hertoghe explains how to use oxytocin, what the right doses are and other methods to get the best effects from it. In addition, there is an interview about a trial using the IAS Bio-Clip™ to measure arterial stiffness with before and after patient results who used a number of innovative supplements like aminoguanidine, carnosine and resveratrol. You can see for yourself how arterial stiffness can be improved in just a matter of weeks; an important fact since arterial stiffness is strongly correlated in cardiovascular health and as heart attacks still remain the biggest killer of individuals in the western world before the age of 70 it’s information is worth knowing about and acting upon! There is another must read article written by Professor Paul Clayton and it tells us how beta-glucans and oxythiocyanate ions can be used to fight off infections and in the case of the thiocyanates, (uniquely found in IAS’s 1st Line™ kit) how they have even been shown to kill viruses too. The Aging Matters magazine is expected to be released every quarter (4 times throughout 2012), to make sure you get your copy join the IAS mailing list today.

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12 Responses on “Aging Matters”

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  3. Anita@Brazilian Wax Video says:

    I’m certain that ‘Aging Matters’ will be a sensational hit and well-received by it’s readers! Best of luck with it, guys! :)

  4. Manisha says:

    Really an awesome boom on Aging…will say that yes Aging does matters !

  5. Adell says:

    Great post. I am going through a few of these issues as well.

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  10. kris says:

    That magazine got my interest I’ll surely find a copy of that hope I could. Yes, aging do matter and unfortunately it can’t be denied and definitely can’t run away from it but at least we can live with it…peacefully. Well yeah, peacefully. Great blog!

  11. Rodrigo Rojas, M.D. says:

    I would like to comment on Dr. Walker’s excellent article on growth hormone.
    The fact is that as we get older, GH deficiency is part and parcel of the ageing process, as well as deficiencies in all the other hormones in our bodies. We know that ageing is caused by the effects of chronic inflammation in the hypothalamus, and everywhere else in the body, with increased activation of NF-kβ as the promoter of most of these unwelcome changes. The article by Zhang, G, et al, in the May 9, 2013 issue of Nature (and other previous articles), clearly show that it is the increased activation of NF-kβ in the hypothalamus, as well as systemically, that causes the decline in GnRH. It also shows that treatments with GnRH improves neurogenesis and decelerates ageing. The use of growth hormone of course works much better if we decrease the chronic inflammation that is responsible for the arteriosclerosis, hypertension, obesity, insulin resistance, etc., that accelerates our ageing.
    It is clear that normal cellular function is impossible in an environment that allows chronic inflammation to go unchecked. That is the reason for the need to exercise, eat right, and the supplements that you provide, to keep chronic inflammation at the lowest level possible. We may never be able to stop it, but I do not think it is proper to wait until feebleness sets in, in order to consider GH treatments appropriate. There are many who are opposed to its use as an anti-aging tool, but the fact is that GH therapy should be made available to people who desire to have that form of therapy to alleviate, at least some of the effects of ageing.
    Rodrigo Rojas, MD.

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