Articles under CoQ10


  • Living to Ninety Years and Beyond

    Living to Ninety Years and Beyond “In ancient times the people lived to be over one hundred years, yet they remained active and did not become decrepit in their activities.” Nei Chin Su Wen, The Yellow Emperor’s Classic of Internal Medicine, circa 2600 B.C. Even without using anti-aging medicine, it is possible to live beyond ninety years and do so in good health if you live a lifestyle indigenous to various islands such as Ok...
  • How to Maintain or Even Improve Your Vision as You Age

    How to Maintain or Even Improve Your Vision as You Age Vision may be the most precious of our five senses. Yet most of us may take it for granted...until it begins to deteriorate with age. As we get older we likely need greater amounts of light to perceive details clearly, and reading glasses to discern fine print which would otherwise be fuzzy. Night driving becomes difficult due to sensitivity from bright lights and glare, and it's challenging to visually adapt to the darkness. Th...
  • The Grim Reaper Came Knocking and I Answered by Correcting my Hormones and Peptides!

    The Grim Reaper Came Knocking and I Answered by Correcting my Hormones and Peptides! By Dr. Richard Lippman Death came calling when I suffered a minor arrhythmia. My damaged youth started when my close friends pushed me aside and sometimes retorted with irritating comments. I hadn’t realized how negative I had become and its unwelcome effects upon my friends. My neurosurgeon colleague diagnosed me with Asperger’s syndrome (a form of autism), but he had only part...
  • The Nuts and Bolts of Aging Part Four

    The Nuts and Bolts of AgingPart Four: Positive Correlation of Lifespan with Key Repair Substances In Parts One through Three, we examined human maximum lifespan and how it is determined by repair mechanisms that kick into effect during our youth. Subsequently, in Part Four, I will explain how the maximum lifespans of several mammals, including humans, correlate with concentrations of key repair substances such as hormones and peptides. Non-scientists often ask me if th...
  • The Nuts And Bolts Of Aging Part Three

    The Nuts And Bolts Of Aging (Part Three) Why our lifespan is limited to 115 years and how to get a better quality of life after age 40 In parts one and two, we established that our potential lifespans are determined by repair mechanisms that kick into effect during our mid-twenties. Subsequently, in part three, I will explain specific questions about the maximum human lifespan. I am often asked how long we can reasonably expect to live if we avoid ma...
  • CoQ10sr Patented Delivery System Doubles CoQ10 Blood Levels

    CoQ10sr Patented Delivery System Doubles CoQ10 Blood Levels in Three Weeks! Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) is a naturally produced substance found in every cell in the body and a popular dietary supplement with enormous therapeutic and anti-aging potential. It is an essential cofactor in mitochondrial energy production, a potent antioxidant, and an effective agent in supporting cardiovascular health. There are dozens of commercially available CoQ10 products for consumers to pick from, but due...
  • The Nuts and Bolts of Aging Part Two

    The nuts and bolts of aging: Part two (Waking up our vital cells with hormones and anti-cancer–inducing nutrients) In Part one of this article, I established that our potential lifespans are determined by repair mechanisms that kick into effect during our mid-twenties. At this benchmark, the aging process starts because random molecular damages begin to exceed repairs. Therefore, we should be examining the underlying causes of aging and the consequent repair of our disintegrating ...
  • Cardiovascular disease is America’s number one killer

    Cardiovascular disease is America’s number one killer, yet Doctors often ignore it until it’s too late! “Physicians have plateaued in their understanding of heart disease by limiting themselves to only five risk factors.” Mark C. Houston, MD, MS. My younger sister is sixty-two years young. Recently, I was shocked when she rang me from the cardiac ward of my local hospital. In a weak voice, she briefly explained that two days earlier she had collapsed in her kitchen; ...
  • Balanced cortisol, critical to health and longevity

    Balanced cortisol, critical to health and longevity Some hormones are too high and some too low Bursting with energy and enthusiasm, a 67-year-old elegantly dressed woman arrived at my office out of breath. Her glowing face framed a wide smile. She said that a psychiatrist had referred her to me since she was diagnosed with hypomania. She further explained that she spent her time with a boundless energy and enthusiasm for dinner parties and around-the-clock house cleaning....
  • Application of smart drugs - for enhanced health and longevity

    Application of smart drugs - for enhanced health and longevity Is the new film Limitless fiction or fact? ‘Limitless,’ the movie, is explained by the following synopsis. A young writer has been down-and-out on this luck for several years. He has writer’s block, thus he cannot complete his half-finished novel. He is threatened with eviction from his apartment, his girlfriend leaves him, and he mope...
  • Improving Your Cardiovascular Health And How To Know How Hard Your Arteries Are

    Improving Your Cardiovascular Health And How To Know How Hard Your Arteries Are It’s amazing to think that as long ago as the 17th Century Dr. Thomas Sydenham wrote that; “a man is as old as his artery.”[i] It’s taken the best part of 300 years to prove that he was correct and yet even today arterial health is not as heavily ‘relied upon’ as other cardiovascular markers- for example cholesterol. Perhaps that’s because arterial stiffness measurement has been difficult a...
  • Synergistic Programs - Nutrition pack

    The world’s most comprehensive all in one optimal health program Our nutrition pack contains an incredible program of supplements that provides the basis for optimal health. Furthermore, the three products in the IAS nutrition pack are enough to last for up to 2 months (depending on the dose required). Beyond Chelation Improved; the world’s leading all in one multiThe first of the essentials is Beyond Chelation Improved (BCI); a remarkable dai...
  • NeySkin CoQ10, A Unique Combination For New Skin?

      NeySkin ® CoQ10, A Unique Combination For New Skin? By Phil Micans PharmB Skin aging is one of the most noticeable effects of getting older. As each cell of the body only exists for a certain period of time (as defined by our genetic material). It therefore depends on how we take advantage of this present time frame and that depends on various circumstances. NeySkin ® and skin aging...
  • A Patient's Assessment for Anti-Aging Medicine

      A Patient's Assessment for Anti-Aging Medicine By Marios Kyriazis M.D.   Ed.- Dr. Kyriazis is one of the UK's leading Anti-Aging Physicians and the founder and medical advisor to the British Longevity Society. He is also one of the few physician's worldwide who has conducted tests on aging but otherwise healthy individuals and the effective low dose use of L-carnosine, (as reported in the Winter 2001 IAS Anti-Aging Bulletin). Dr. Kyriazis spo...
  • Tired of Being Tired?

    Tired of Being Tired? According to Dr. Michael Schmidt in his book Tired Of Being Tired, chronic fatigue, tiredness and low energy plague millions of people in the Western world. Indeed, fatigue, chronic tiredness and low energy are the most common reasons which lead people to seek medical care. Dr. Schmidt notes that a 1987 survey found that 24% of adults who visit primary care health clinics "always feel tired" (1). Constant fatigue and low energy are not restricted t...
  • Skin Aging: When the dimples become wrinkles

    Skin Aging: When the dimples become wrinkles While all components of the skin are affected by age without exception, some segments are more vulnerable than others. It is well accepted that components of the skin age at different rates and in different degrees. This is because of individual genetic variations, (mosaicism) which are superimposed upon variable external factors and influences such as sun exposure, diet and pollution (1). For example, the skin under the eyes may ap...
  • The Mitochondrial Theory of Aging

    The Mitochondrial Theory of Aging The mitochondrial theory of aging (MTA) was first proposed in 1972 by Denham Harman, the "father" of the free radical theory of aging (FRTA) (1). The MTA was further refined and developed in 1980 by Jaime Miquel (2). There is such a strong connection between the MTA and the FRTA that they are often discussed together as if the MTA was just one f...
  • Aging and Immunity by James South

    Aging and Immunity We live in a world of entropy. Entropy is the tendency of complex structures to gradually decay or break down with time. Entropy is one of the brute facts of existence. It is "codified" as one of the basic laws of physics: the second law of thermodynamics, which governs both living and inanimate matter. We humans normally call the process of entropy "ageing." The anti-ageing movement is literally an anti-entropy movement. Modern science has discovere...
  • Interview with Denise Bruner, M.D.

    Obesity and bariatric medicine interview with Denise Bruner, M.D. AAM: Dr. Bruner, I would like to thank you so much for your time today- to share your thoughts with the readers of the Antiaging Magazine. Perhaps I should start by asking you to please tell us about your experience and your credentials? DB: I am a second-generation physician who attended Howard University College of Medicine, which was my father’s alma mater. My intern...