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"The doctor of the future will give no medicine, but will interest his patients in the care of the human frame, in diet and in the cause and prevention of disease."

- Thomas Edison

Overeating shortens lifespan and increases incidence of disease. - Dr Roy Walford

Wisdom does not show itself so much in precept as in life - a firmness of mind and mastery of appetite.

- Seneca

Highly oxygenated people require less food. - McCabe, page 87.

Warm, damp recesses of the lungs, with little or no airflow, are perfect breeding grounds for all types of infections. - Dr. David Williams

You breathe an average of 28,000 times a day. So you have 28,000 chances to get it right.

Breathing deeply, fully and completely energizes the body, calms the nerves, fills you with peace and helps keep you youthful.

- Paul C. Bragg

With ample oxygen your muscles, tendons and joints function more smoothly. Your flesh becomes firmer and resilient...your skin clear and glowing...your hair lustrous. You radiate with greater health and well-being. - Super Power Breathing page 13.

Studies have shown a direct relationship between the life span of a species and its ability to repair damaged DNA. - Dr. David Williams

Fluoride (often found in drinking water and used in dental offices) actively interferes with DNA repair enzymes. In the lab, a fluoride concentration of one part per million reduces DNA repair enzyme activity by 50%.

“In point of fact, fluoride causes more human cancer death, and causes it faster than any other chemical.�

- Dr. Dean Burk, Congressional Record 21 July 1976

Mercury (eg. from dental amalgams) also inhibits the repair of DNA.

Free radicals can damage any part of the cell, including the DNA. Free radical damage to the DNA is thought to be one of the causes of cancer. In the absence of oxygen, the DNA self-repair mechanism does not function. - Diamond, page 1038.

Vitamin C is "the first line of defense against free-radical damage, more effective than beta-carotene, vitamin E, glutathione, or other antioxidants in plasma." - Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, U.S.A. 1988;85:9748-52

"Oxygenation of the tissues is the name of the game for good health and longevity." - Dr. Douglass, page 50.

"There is a big push toward eternal youth and life extension in America and other parts of the world. A major key to postpone aging is moderate exercise." - Dr. Robert J. Rowen

Human cells can divide approximately sixty times before they can no longer divide and die... Cells divide to provide new cells to replace old, warn out, damaged cells. To the extent that optimum nutrition can extend the useful life of existing cells, the need for their replacement slows and so does the aging / replacement process. - David W. Gregg, Ph.D.

"If you could avoid all stress and air pollution while eating a perfect diet, your body could last 600 years." - Dr. David Williams

"If you get those herbs, and live a certain lifestyle, and this is the kind of house where you live, you can not only cross 100 years, but 200 or 300 years old." - Ayurvedic Physician

Hearing loss can occur when hair cells in the inner ear are damaged by free radicals. Antioxidants can prevent this damage.

Resveratrol helps prevent the amyloid deposits associated with Alzheimer's disease. - Free Radic Biol Med 03;34:1100-10, Neuroreport 97;8:1499-502.

Resveratrol is the only substance that has been found to break down beta-amloid plaques. - J Biol Chem 05;280(45):37377-37382.

Curcumin is the yellow color in turmeric, an ingredient of curry powder. Curcumin is found to be very helpful in both treating and preventing Alzheimer's disease.

- J Neurosci 01;21(21):8370-7, Neurobiol Aging 01;22(6):993-1005.

Regular consumption of blueberries can prevent age-related memory problems.

- Nutr Neurosci 03;6(3):153-62, Nutr Neurosci 04;7(2):75-83.

The amyloid plaques in the brain characteristic of Alzheimer's disease are associated with oxidative damage from free radicals. The amyloid-beta molecule is a neurotoxin that destroys nerve cells.

People receiving the flu vaccine five years in a row are ten times more likely to develop Alzheimer's disease. Vaccines contain forms of mercury and aluminum that are neurotoxins.

Glyconutrients help slow down aging; increase endurance, sexual function, and fertility; reduce body fat and build muscle...

- Dr. Mondoa page 165

Dr. Zoltan Rona recommends these anti-aging nutrients:

- CoQ10

- Acetyl-L-Carnitine

- Ginko Biloba

- Vitamin B5

- Vitamin B6

- Vitamin C

- Grapeseed extract

- Green tea

- Fish oil

A tablespoon of lecithin each day can help with memory lapses, poor sleep quality, plus it cleans your arteries and protects your liver.

Much of the degeneration that accompanies aging is associated with chronic, systemic inflammation.

Anti-inflammatory foods include:

- turmeric

- chlorophyll (green leafy vegetables)

- omega 3 oils (flax, sardines, walnuts, pumpkin seeds)

- omega 9 oils (olive oil, avocados)

- Gamma-linolenic acid (GLA)

- coconut oil

- ginger

- anti-oxidants

- flavonoids (brightly pigmented fruits and vegetables)

- natural source vitamin E

- vitamin C

- low glycemic index foods

- St. John's wort

- silymarin (found in milk thistle)

- rosemary

- cat's claw (Uncaria tomentosa)

- water

Like many other diseases once relegated to the elderly, the beginnings of Alzheimer's and Parkinson's are now showing up at 50 years of age. After age 65, the risk of dementia doubles every 5 years. - Dr. David Williams

Every 7 seconds someone in the US turns 50. Would you like to extend your lifespan? Did you know that the Hunza people frequently live to between 120 and 140 years of age, and are HEALTHY for all that time? Some people say it is the water they drink, the minerals they consume, certain foods they eat, their non-toxic environment, or stress-free life. We address all of these issues on this web site. What we are suggesting is that those who follow the 8 step program to prevent cancer could easily live 40 - 60 more years than is presently the norm, and enjoy good health all that time. A longer, more active and healthier life is the carrot, and cancer and other disease is the stick to get people to adopt a healthy diet and lifestyle. Are you interested?

In 1900 life expectancy in the United States was less than 50 years. During the past 100 years life expectancy has increased by 60% due mostly to lower infant mortality, plus better diet and improved hygiene which together resulted in reduced infectious disease. If we can increase the present day lifespan of 80 years by 60% the result is nearly 130 years of life, which is in our target range. A 60% increase was achieved during this past century as an unexpected side benefit from other changes in society. Can we do it again by putting conscious attention on it?

Several studies of healthy people over age 50 indicate that the death rate from all causes (including cancer and heart disease) can be reduced by about 50% and longevity increased an average of eleven years by taking nutritional supplements. The higher intake of vitamin C is most important, and also valuable are two of the B vitamins (B6 and niacin), vitamin E and vitamin A.

In fruit flies and rats, a 30% reduction in calories eaten results in a 30% extension of life span, and the rats experienced a one third reduction in cancer tumors. The physiological changes in the rats on the reduced calorie diet are also seen in an ongoing (since 1987) study of monkeys on a reduced calorie diet, suggesting that systematic under eating ("under nutrition without malnutrition") may be a useful part of an overall plan for human life extension.

People tend to over eat when the food they are consuming does not contain sufficient nutrients to satisfy the requirements of the body ("empty calorie foods"). Overeating depletes digestive enzymes and reduces the efficiency of the digestive system. What is needed is a nutrient-dense diet that provides abundant nutrients with fewer calories. Attaining such a diet for individuals and our whole society is the purpose of the nutritional supplements and superfoods we recommend, and the information on our fresh juices and agriculture pages.

"So far, there's not much hard evidence on whether taking additional enzymes will extend lifespan. However, we do know that laboratory rats that eat raw foods will live about three years. Rats that eat enzyme-less chow diets will live only two years. Thus, we see diets deficient in enzymes caused a 30% reduction in lifespan." - Dr. Edward Howell

The nutrient-dense diet promotes freedom from cancer and increased longevity. Other benefits from this reduced calorie diet include more "good" cholesterol, lower blood pressure, reduced triglycerides (bad cholesterol and triglycerides are risk factors for stroke and heart attack), 1 degree lower body temperature, more DHEA and DHEAS (hormones that decrease with age), improved glucose tolerance, improved insulin sensitivity, plus a favorable redistribution of fat away from the central regions. Rats on the calorie restricted diet continue to quickly learn mazes long after the more copiously fed controls lose the ability to learn.

"You don't have to walk around hungry. If you change the quality of what you eat, you can be satisfied with lower calories. There have been experiments in both people and rats that if you give them the so-called "cafeteria diet" - a junky American diet - and let them eat as much as they want, they will eat about 3,000 calories. If you take the same people and give them a high-quality diet, and let them eat as much as they want, they'll settle for about 2,500 calories. So right off, you can knock off 500-600 calories just by eating better food." - Dr. Roy Walford.

The Hunza Diet

"The energy and endurance of the Hunzakuts can probably be credited as much to what they don't eat as what they do eat. First of all, they don't eat a great deal of anything. The United States Department of Agriculture estimates that the average daily food intake for Americans of all ages amounts to 3,300 calories, with 100 grams of protein, 157 grams of fat and 380 grams of carbohydrates. In contrast, studies by Pakistani doctors show that adult males of Hunza consume a little more than 1,900 calories daily, with only 50 grams of protein, 36 grams of fat, and 354 grams of carbohydrates. Both the protein and fat are largely of vegetable origin (Dr. Alexander Leaf, National Geographic, January, 1973).

That amounts to just half the protein, one-third the fat, but about the same amount of carbohydrates that we Americans eat. Of course, the carbohydrate that the Hunzakuts eat is unrefined or complex carbohydrate found in fruits, vegetables and grains, while we Americans largely eat our carbohydrates in the form of nutritionless white sugar and refined flour.

Needless to say, the Hunzakuts eat no processed food. Everything is as fresh as it can possibly be, and in its original unsalted state. The only "processing" consists of drying some fresh fruits in the the sun, and making butter and cheese out of milk. No chemicals or artificial fertilizers are used in their gardens. In fact, it is against the law of Hunza to spray gardens with pesticides. Renee Taylor, in her book Hunza health secrets (Prentice-Hall 1964) says that the Mir, or ruler of Hunza, was recently instructed by Pakistani authorities to spray the orchards of Hunza with pesticide, to protect them from an expected invasion of insects. But the Hunzas would have none of it. They refused to use the toxic pesticide, and instead sprayed their trees with a mixture of water and ashes, which adequately protected the trees without poisoning the fruit and the entire environment. In a word, the Hunzas eat as they live - organically." - Death Rides a Slow Bus in Hunza. You can read this article in our Library.

Fruit flies with more antioxidants in their body enjoy a life span extended 66% from 45 days to 75 days. Moreover, they have a higher level of oxygen consumption and are more active than controls, suggesting they get more out of life. Anti-oxidants neutralize molecules called "free radicals" that cause damage. Also, purification techniques such as hyperthermia can prevent the build-up of toxic chemicals and free radicals in the body.

The ancient Ayurvedic herbal formula from India called Maharishi Amrit Kalash was specifically designed to promote longevity. The Sanskrit word "amrit" means "the golden cup of longevity". Modern scientific research suggests that Maharishi Amrit Kalash (MAK) is the most powerful antioxidant available and it is being used by many cancer patients.


"We've already found dozens of ways to live an extra decade or two - in good health. The easiest and surest way: Increase your body's supply of glutathione, a natural compound that is a tripeptide (combination of three amino acids). Buy the tablets or just eat more cruciferous veggies (broccoli, kale, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, etc.) Of course, we recognize that some people would much prefer dying to eating Brussels sprouts." - Dr. David Williams.

The anti-oxidant glutathione is composed of the amino acids glycine, glutamic acid, and cysteine. Foods that increase glutathione levels in the body include cruciferous vegetables (Brussels sprouts, cauliflower, broccoli, cabbage, kale, bok choy, cress, mustard, horseradish, turnips, rutabagas, kohlrabi), avocados, ripe seeds of green beans, red beets, the herb rosemary, grape seed extract, bilberry extract, curcumin found in turmeric, whey protein powder, and Pycnogenol from pine bark. A food that is particularly high in glutathione precursers is whey made from milk.

Glutathione plays a role in removing various toxic chemicals from the body. As a result, glutathione levels in the body are reduced by exposure to heavy metals such as mercury, lead, cadmium, and the chemicals used in chemotherapy. Maharishi Amrit Kalash maintains healthy glutathione levels in the body even during chemotherapy, resulting in improved survival and reduced side effects, without interfering with the tumor shrinking effect of the chemotherapy.

In animal experiments, increased glutathione consumption increases longevity by about 40%. Glutathione is an antioxidant. Alpha Lipoic Acid (ALA) promotes the synthesis of glutathione in the body. As we saw on our Oxygen page, Alpha Lipoic Acid is one of five nutrients necessary to maintain healthy mitochondria for cellular respiration and energy production. Food sources of ALA include spinach, broccoli, tomatoes, peas, Brussels sprouts, and rice bran.

Diseases linked to free radical damage due to low levels of glutathione include cardiovascular disease, cataracts, macular degeneration, Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, the destruction of immune cells associated with AIDS, and inflammatory bowel disease. Most diseases are preceded by glutathione deficiency.

Glutathione is depleted by toxic chemicals and drugs as it helps remove them from the body. In experimental animals, glutathione was reduced 70 to 80% within four hours after administering acetaminophen (Tylenol). - Drug Chem Toxicol 81;4(1):37-48.


There is a direct relationship between longevity and the ability to repair DNA. Nucleotides are the sub-units from which the body creates DNA and RNA. Your body may or may not be able to create nucleotides (depending on your age and other factors), and so it is good to get nucleotides from your diet. Foods providing nucleotides include breast milk, sardines, brewer's yeast, anchovies, mackerel, lentils, most beans, animal liver, oysters, chlorella algae and spirulina algae.

Benefits from eating nucleotides include:

aging process slows

health improves

toxins neutralized

skin more elastic

increased ability of body to heal, shorter healing time, shorter hospital stays

effect of antioxidants is enhanced

better response and efficiency of immune system, dramatically increased ability to fight infections

increased cellular metabolism and energy

better memory, reduced senility

Dr. David Williams (Alternatives newsletter June 2004) recommends eating at least two tins of sardines each week. This is because sardines are one of the richest sources of nucleotides, and because they are also a good source of omega-3 oils (such as DHA), vitamin D and calcium. Unlike larger and more long-lived fish, sardines are not likely to be contaminated with mercury. Plus, they are readily available, economical, and can be eaten directly from the can. Dr. Williams writes, "For about 1/10 the cost of most fast-food meals you can substitute a tasty tin of sardines a couple of times a week. And, it may be one of the least expensive and easiest ways I know of to put the brakes on the aging process and all the problems that accompany it." Dr. Williams also recommends brewer's yeast or nutritional yeast mixed in a cup of hot water with some seasoning, making a delicious "soup" offering lots of B vitamins and minerals.

For more information on nucleotides read the book No-Aging Diet by Dr. Benjamin Franks.

Mice who receive hydrogen peroxide in their drinking water grow much larger and live twice as long. - McCabe, page 34. Hydrogen peroxide is water with extra oxygen in it.

Rebounding is a zero-impact aerobic exercise that improves blood circulation, increases the capacity of both the heart and lungs, and improves physiological efficiency. With regular rebounding the resting heart rate can decline 10 beats per minute, which means 5,000 fewer heartbeats in a single night's sleep.

"Years ago, exercise was rarely recommended for people who were sick. Patients with asthma, heart trouble, or cancer were advised to avoid physical exertion and rest as much as possible. While this may be appropriate for some individuals, a growing number of physicians have learned that most patients can participate safely in a wide variety of physical activities, including aerobic exercises, and that it is vital for good health." - Altman, page 186.

The hormone called Human Growth Hormone (HGH) is associated with a youthful physiology, including reduced body fat, increased lean muscle mass, thicker and more youthful looking skin, improved energy and sex drive. Experiments with increasing the level of HGH in the body produced many damaging results. Recent research indicates that the body's production of HGH does not decline with age. Rather, it is our ability to utilize HGH efficiently that is declining. Many of the dietary and lifestyle defects that help lead the way to cancer are also found to interfere with the body's utilization of HGH. To maximize the beneficial effects of human growth hormone and increase your youthfulness:

Eat more grains, nuts and seeds. Eat less animal products - meat and milk.

Increase your dietary potassium relative to sodium. Processed foods almost always have more sodium than potassium (read the labels), so avoid them. Eat a diet of fresh whole foods.

Avoid sugar. Sugar interferes with the release of HGH. Eat low glycemic index foods.

Exercise induces the release of HGH.

Try to not eat much within two hours of going to bed.

"Juice fast" one day a week. This not only gives your HGH a boost, but also cuts down on your calories eaten.

In Hunza, the drinking and irrigation water for farming flows from the melting glacial ice sheets. Clouded by the mineral rich glacial silt, it is revered as the "milk of the mountains" (38). On the average, a Hunzakut will drink 4 liters a day. A missionary chemist who was there some years ago analyzed this glacial water for cesium and found it to be abundant. The diet of the Hunzakuts appears to be rich in the minerals and transport enhancement nitriles which would be expected to reduce the incidence of cancer in accordance with the high pH theory. - Dr. A. Keith Brewer, High pH Cancer Therapy With Cesium, page 17.

There are five isolated areas in the world where people live to a great age. Dr. Henri Coanda concluded after studying them that the only factor they shared in common was the quality of their drinking water. This water has an abundance of alkaline minerals, a negative electrical charge (so it acts as an anti-oxidant), and a small cluster size which helps it to penetrate body tissues to rehydrate the body and transport nutrients. Duplicating this water became a life-long task which he passed on to Dr. Patrick Flannagan. Dr. Flannagan developed a product called MegaHydrate that he claims re-creates Hunza water in your home.

The practice of Transcendental Meditation has been found to improve many of the parameters associated with aging. When comparing "physiological age" with "chronological age" TM meditators are found to be physiologically younger than their chronological age, and the degree of youthfulness (relative to chronological age) increases with the number of years the person has been meditating. See the charts here:



The expected impact of our 8 Step Cancer Program on longevity is summarized here:

8 Step Cancer Program Impact on Longevity

1. More oxygen Increased mental alertness, visual acuity and relaxation. Mice grow larger and live twice as long.

2. More alkalinity Alkaline minerals bring mental and physical relaxation. Alkaline body fluids bring increased oxygen to the tissues.

3. Less free radicals Toxic chemicals that create free radicals are an irritant in the system. Antioxidants such as MAK and various nutrients help to neutralize free radicals. Life span extended up to 66% in the laboratory.

4. More exercise Improved circulation of the lymph resulting in nourishment and purification of the body tissues. Increased heart & lung capacity and physiological efficiency.

5. Hyperthermia Helps to remove toxic chemicals from the body, thereby reducing free radicals. Improved circulation.

6. More enzymes Enzymes facilitate digestion and all metabolic activities. Possible 50% extension of lifespan compared to those who are enzyme deficient. Use herbs to regenerate your pancreas and liver.

7. Nutrient-dense diet, B17, F, C, D & glyconutrients Relief from many "hidden hungers" that cause agitation and discomfort at the cellular level. Less demand on the body's store of enzymes. Increased calmness. In experimental animals: 30% extension of life span by eating less. Vitamin F promotes increased oxygen to all areas of the body. Average 11 years longer life in people who take vitamin C and other supplements.

8. Transcendental Meditation Release of stress resulting in calmness of mind, body and emotions, together with increased attention span. Many parameters such as faster reaction time, lower blood pressure and improved near-point vision verify the increased youthfulness of individuals practicing TM.

"His days shall be one hundred and twenty years." - Genesis 6:3

Man is very lucky. We have a very long life span for a mammal. In the Bible it says seventy years in one place and 120 in another. I wrote a whole book on this once, but to summarize. If you drift, eat as the masses eat, do not exercise and have a bad attitude, your chances of making it to seventy are not that bad. This is sort of a given age. The systems most prone to break down and cause death, will keep going until this age most of the time. If a person is unlucky, has a genetic weakness, smokes or does other things this can be shortened. On the other hand if you do it all right. If you are born into a strict living foods vegan household, exercise, do yoga and think right all your life, at age 120 you should be in the same physical shape as those born at the same time who do not care for their health, were at seventy. The difference is not only that your potential life span is fifty years longer. You will very likely have had a much better quality of life. As I said earlier, I had a (heart) valve that was making my life much less enjoyable six years ago. I could not run. Playing with my kids was difficult. The defect in my heart affected the quality of my life. This is also very true of smokers, overweight people, etc. They all have a lower quality of life as well as quantity. If you live perfectly, your life is not just longer, it is longer and better. A 100-year-old that can climb mountains, and is lucid and contributing to life has a better life than a 50-year-old with emphysema and oxygen starvation to the brain. Living well is not just a matter of living longer it is living better. Part of that living better and longer is reducing the chances of developing cancer.

- Dr. Jerry Glenn Knox, www.healthandlifestyle.com/cancer.html

For more information on longevity see:





Campbell, Ph.D., T. Colin, The China Study: The Most Comprehensive Study of Nutrition Ever Conducted And the Startling Implications for Diet, Weight Loss and Long-Term Health, Benbella Books, 2005.

Delaney, Brian M., and Lisa Walford, The Longevity Diet: Discover Calorie Restriction - The Only Proven Way to Slow the Aging Process and Maintain Peak Vitality, Marlowe & Company, 2005.

Franks, M.D., Benjamin, Dr. Franks No Aging Diet, Doubleday, 1976.

Fuhrman, M.D., Joel, Eat To Live: The Revolutionary Formula for Fast and Sustained Weight Loss, Little Brown, 2003.

Fuhrman, M.D., Joel, Fasting and Eating for Health: A Medical Doctor's Program for Conquering Disease, St. Martin's Griffin, 1998.

Sahelian, Ray, Mind Boosters A Guide To Natural Supplements That Enhance Your Mind, Memory, and Mood, St. Martin's Press, 2000.

Tombak, Ph.D., Mikhail, Can We Live 150 Years? Your Body Maintenance Handbook, Healthy Life Press, 2003.

Walford, M.D., Roy, and Lisa Walford, The Anti-Aging Plan: The Nutrient-Rich, Low-Calorie Way of Eating for a Longer Life - The Only Diet Scientifically Proven to Extend Your Healthy Years, Marlowe & Company, 2005.

Walford, M.D., Roy, Beyond the 120 Year Diet: How To Double Your Vital Years, Four Walls Eight Windows, 2000.

Weatherby, Craig, Goodbye Vioxx, Hello Anti-Inflammatory Foods. "Silent" Inflammation Drives Aging and Drugs Aren't the Only or Best Remedies, Vital Choices, Volume 1, Issue 15, November 2004. (Read this article on the Internet).

Mind and Memory Boosters

Dr. William Campbell Douglass, II, offers a formula called Ultimate Brain Support which contains Vitamin E, B vitamins (B6, folic acid, pantothenic acid, B12), Acetyl L-Carnitine HCL, Phosphatidylserine, and DHA. L-carnitine is an amino acid that boosts memory and is a kind of "fuel" for the brain. PS (phosphatidylserine) is a fatty acid that improves memory. DHA is an omega-3 fatty acid that is essential for brain functioning. The B vitamins improve blood flow to the brain. Vitamin E is an anti-oxidant.

The bottom line for extending your long and healthy life is understanding that hardly anybody dies of old age. Nearly everyone dies of disease or the failure of a particular part of the body. Putting one's attention on maintaining good health by giving the body what it needs: good fuel, moderate exercise, adequate rest, and practicing a technique to dissolve stress, people can reasonably expect to live far longer than is generally the case at present. Our anti-aging program is really a pro-health program. Similarly, our anti-cancer program is really a pro-health program with a different starting point. All pro-health programs are likely to have much in common, with certain points emphasized a little more depending on the health situation you are starting from.

Modern medicine studies disease and places very little attention on health. Then it attempts to remove disease without simultaneously creating health. In fact, medical treatments often further destroy health. Without health, the disease-free state has a very weak foundation.

In the ancient Vedic civilization, the time of "retirement" had a profound purpose - the attainment of ever higher levels of enlightenment. Retired people have time to meditate, and if they are wise enough to do this then their wisdom may grow without bounds, and society will begin to find in them the enlightened leadership that is so sorely lacking today. Enlightenment is perfect health.


Pro-inflammatory foods include:

- omega 6 oils (corn, sunflower, safflower, etc.)

- rancid oils

- trans fatty acids (hydrogenated oils)

- wheat products

- sugar

- high glycemic index foods

- red meat

- eggs

- junk foods

- foods cooked at high temperatures

- nightshade plants (potatoes, tomatoes, eggplant)

- dehydration

- food allergies (common allergies include milk and dairy, wheat, corn, eggs, beef, yeast, and soy)


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