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Archive for the ‘Anti-Aging’ Category

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05
Aug

A worried reader wrote in to express his concern over a recent article that raised concerns over the use of Metformin: Dear Dr. Dean: Your friend Dr. Sears has come out against metformin, citing a recent European study. Do you know about this study and do you still recommend Metformin? On your advice many years […]

10
Jan

I previously received two inquiries within days of each other, regarding Progressive Supranuclear Palsy, a rare neurodegenerative disease related to Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, Multi System Atrophy, Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, and MS. I combined those questions and provided a single answer which was previously published in Life Enhancement Magazine, which covered potential natural treatments for PSP, and […]

06
May

By Ward Dean, M.D. Deprenyl (aka seligiline, trade names Eldepryl®, Jumex®) was discovered in Hungary in the 1950s and was patented by Professor Jozsef Knoll of Semmelweis University in Hungary in 1962. Deprenyl was shown to extend maximum lifespan in animals, enhance cognition in normal healthy animals, reduce the symptoms and delay the progress of Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s disease […]

08
Dec

By Ward Dean, M.D. Acarbose (Glucobay®, Precose®) is a drug approved for use in (1) insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus (Type I), (2) adult-onset diabetes mellitus (AODM, or Type II), and (3) those who suffer from “impaired glucose tolerance.” As I’ve previously pointed out, virtually everyone over the age of 35 is probably functionally glucose intolerant to […]

11
Sep

Misleading Study Ignores Risks of Combining  Statins and Laropiprant with Extended-Release Niacin Q. Dear Dr. Dean, I’ve read a lot of your stuff over the years, and know that you’re a big fan of Niacin (Vit B3, nicotinic acid) for normalizing blood lipids. What are your thoughts regarding the recent study in the New England Journal of Medicine, which […]

01
Mar

Q. I am most interested in the glycation theory of aging- whereby because of proteins cross-linking they become impaired etc. I am a 50 year old male who has been tested by BioCLIP™ and found to have hardening of the arteries. I also have mild cataracts and a potential pre-diabetic (type-II) development, (hence my interest in this […]

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