This Baby Will Live to be 142 Years – Part 4

Majid Ali, M.D.

Oxygen Model of Aging


Five Part Series

This Baby Will Live to be 142  – Part 1 * Longevity Genes

This Baby Will Live to be 142 – Part 2  * ADHD/Autism, Asthma, Obesity, Diabetes,Immunity

This Baby Will Live to be 142 – Part 3  * What You Eat, Not How Much You Eat for Life

This Baby Will Live to be 142 – Part 4  * Oxygen Model of Aging

This Baby Will Live to be 142 – Part 5  * Insulin Model of Aging


This Baby Will Live to Be 120. National Geographic May 2013

This Baby Could Live to Be 142. Times Magazine March 2015


          



Longevity Genes

FOXO Genes group, CETP , GHR, APOC-3, Humanin, Mitochines, Laron gene, and Others



The Oxygen Model OF Health and Aging

My grandfather forgot to die on time. We do not know how long he lived — 101 years, 102 years, or more. My grandmother was also a centenarian. With that genetic pool, I sometimes wonder about my own life span. Then I realize that my grandparents lived free of pesticides, refrigerators, and CNN. A large proportion of people of Hunza Valley and Okinawa Islands live for 110 or more years. When their children travel down to polluted plains of Pakistan or toxic cities of Japan in search of employment, they begin to fall prey to degenerative disorders within a decade or two. Their life span plummets. There is more to be learned about healthful aging there — in my view — than in all the hopes and claims of enthusiasts of gene and ‘longevity hormone’ therapies. In this column, I look at old and new theories of aging through the prism of oxygen metabolism, and marshall evidence for my view that healthful human aging is, first and foremost, a matter of compromised oxygen homeostasis.

http://aliscience.org/2014/10/05/the-oxygen-model-of-health-and-aging-majid-ali-m-d/


Longevity Genes

FOXO Genes group, CETP , GHR, APOC-3, Humanin, Mitochines, Laron gene, and Others


Suggested FREE Course 

Dr. Ali’s Course on Aging

Dr. Ali’s Course on Oxygen

Dr. Ali’s Course on Insulin

Dr. Ali’s Course on Obesity and Weight Loss

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