I explain a new paradigm for cancer in which it is not rare, hereditary, nor incurable. Cancer is explained in terms of inevitable genetic mutation that is a normal feature of living but that is constantly being prevented and cured throughout our lives.
Researchers publishing in this week’s Nature show that telomere dysfunction triggers autophagy, which is also associated with intermitted fasting
How telomere erosion leads to chromosomal mutation, which causes dysfunction and cell death (we hope)
I would like to compare and contrast what life feels like with and without adaptogens and summarize the cumulative effects upon me.
This week, the future became the present, as scientists published a study showing that an engineered molecule that facilitates cell death could reverse signs of aging in mice and hopefully cure aging