Live Longevity

According to the published and soon-to-be published findings in The Youth Pill: Scientists at the Brink of an Anti-Aging Revolution, by David Stipp, two powerful antioxidants that promote longevity are: Resveratrol and Rapamycin.


Resveratrol has been shown to lower the risk of Alzheimer’s, heart disease, hearing loss, strokes and osteoarthritis.


Resveratrol is found in large, naturally occurring quantities, in: red wine, dark chocolate, peanuts, cherries, grape juice and apples.


Rapamycin, though not directly related to slowing human aging, has been shown to postpone the many diseases associated with aging.  Such as heart disease, bone loss, neurodegenerative disease and cancer.


Rapamycin is found in coffee and caffeine (aspirin has a similar effect, but to a lesser degree).


Shanti and Metta!

Yogini Valarie Devi



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