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Re: The Myth of Japan's Population Time Bomb (early 2014 ed.)

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Tks Todd -this is fascinating.  Tk you very much.

Kenneth Courtis
---- Todd Kreider <[log in to unmask]> wrote: 
> Kenneth Courtis wrote:
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> Todd
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> When will NAD or its equivalent be available for the public?  For when of us in this Forum will become consumers of this miracle potion.  Meanwhile, we have to deal with the way things are, which is Japan continues to face every day debt, deflation --some of which the AbeAso regime is desperately trying to export--, and demographic contraction.    
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> So far there, has hardly been any contraction in the population. The annual "Myth of the Population Time Bomb" posts that I have written since 2004 were to show that when one considers science and technological trends, Japan's future in 2025, 2040 or 2055 will look nothing like how Japan experts have described it over the past decade. I have often added that we live in the present so policy choices need to reflect that.
>  
> I'll probably continue to write an annual health/tech update with respect to Japan but maybe there is no more need for "The Myth of... " title if researchers have moved away from the linear projections that go out decades into the future.
>  
> NAD is available now but the Guardian quoted one of Sinclair's coauthors saying that the "magic pills" would not be available for a few years. For those interested in what a few scientists have been saying, go to the health blog, LongeCity's thread, "David Sinclair Strikes Again". (below)  Much is technical but not all of it. 
>  
> Resveratrol news is easy to find on the internet but a recent article quoted cancer expert Karen Brown (University of Leichester): "There is a lot of strong evidence from laboratory models that resveratrol can do a whole host of beneficial things -- from protecting against a variety of cancers and heart disease to extending lifespan." (Oct, 2013)
>  
> The resveratrol story is complex since human trials are expensive and unlike GSK who has SIRT1 activating compounds in many trials, vendors do not have the funds to conduct them. For now, Sinclar suggests 250mg a day or less for those who are interested in trying resveratrol, while several biologists who have looked into dosage over many years seem to think 200mg to 300mg might be effective for heart protection. They suggest brands with 99% purity. Again, this is complex, and I won't get into the details here. The above is a simple guide and unfortunately most doctors still don't understand the details. I'm not a resveratrol advocate but want to share what I know to those who have interest.
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> Todd Kreider
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> David Sinclair Strikes Again
> http://www.longecity.org/forum/topic/67625-david-sinclair-strikes-again/
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> Red Wine Chemical, Resveratrol, Remains Effective Against Cancer After the Body Converts it 
> http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2013/10/131002141113.htm
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