MAUI, Hawaii--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Steven M. Schorr, CEO and Chief Scientist of the anti-aging innovator Extended Longevity, Inc., has received scientific genetic biomarker test results that demonstrate significant age deceleration. The results, published at http://www.extendedlongevity.com, show genetic biomarkers that suggest he has reduced his biological age of 67 by an incredible 15 years.
Seeking the secret of a longer life has been a human pursuit throughout history, but science only recently found that this dream may be possible. “Instead of looking at aging as a single event, we now recognize that a synergy of biological events is happening,” Schorr explains, “by isolating each of the processes we have focused on reversing them, using our synergistic and mimetic phytotherapeutic formulations.”
Researchers point to the biomarkers of aging, including length of telomeres, thymic involution, stem cell exhaustion, increased inflammation, accumulation of senescent cells, mitochondrial NAD dysfunction, loss of pineal /melatonin production, blood signaling, and epigenetic expression. The Extended Longevity protocol consists of nine targeted phytotherapeutic formulations. When taken daily, third-party test results demonstrate a significant deceleration of aging. “We know what the biomarkers are, we know how to test for them, and our testing is suggesting that they are indeed reversible,” Schorr added.
After identifying the applicable biomarkers, Schorr set to work creating formulations to deal with each aging factor using knowledge gained from in silico bioinformatic research. He took baseline tests and set out to prove the hypothesis by taking the nine formulations daily for one year. The results have been profound and demonstrate that his telomeres have reached lengths equivalent to a 10 to 20-year-old, and his inflammation (Hs C-reactive protein) measurement is an optimal 0.43. The most spectacular results have been measured with an epigenetic test that checks 900,000 points of cytosine methylation on the epigenome. The epigenome records how the genome has instructed the cells to produce proteins over time and is often considered the most exact measurement of biological age. This test revealed that he has reduced his biological age by an astonishing 15 years. Additionally, Extended Longevity details a 74-year-old subject with results demonstrating deceleration by 14 years. The importance of these results cannot be understated.
Schorr is an inventor/entrepreneur and is an executive with 47 years of experience and a patented inventor and scientist.