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The Longevity Wheel: A Model for Supplementing Core Biochemical Pathways for Age Optimization (Part 2)

PART 2: Longevity Wheel Clinical Applications & Therapeutic Interventions Dr. Chris Shade continues his discussion of the "Longevity Wheel", a cutting-edge theory based on the most well-researched and interconnected areas of longevity. These include 1) AMPK activation to regulate metabolic health and flexibility, autophagy, and lipolysis, 2) NAD+ production to regulate energy metabolism, mitochondrial density, …

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Metals Testing Series Part 1: Is Heavy Metal Toxicity Ruining Our Health?

Metals Testing Series Part 1: Is Heavy Metal Toxicity Ruining Our Health?  Toxic metals can be found in our food and water, environmental pollutants, and through occupational exposure with the most toxic and common metals being mercury, arsenic, cadmium, and lead. These dangerous metals have the potential to accumulate in the body causing a wide …

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Metals Testing Series Part 2: Why Challenge Testing Is Unnecessary & Live Q&A with Dr. Shade

Metals Testing Series Part 2: Why Challenge Testing is Unnecessary & Live Q&A with Dr. Shade For over two decades, many clinical metals toxicologists have been relying on "challenge" or provocation testing, to diagnose mercury and other metal toxicities. The theory and diagnostic premise behind provocation is to show the “body burden” of the individual …

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Webinar: Membrane Health as the Determinant of Bio-Dynamic Power, Coordinated Communication, and Coherent Expression of Our Cells

Quicksilver Scientific 1960 Cherry St., Louisville, CO

Membrane health is an often overlooked yet crucial aspect of biochemical health. Cell membranes are the conductors, communicators, and in many ways the dynamic driving force of our biochemistry. They act as the vital functional interface between the interior of our cells and the extracellular environment, and between multiple dynamically separated domains. The capacity for …

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New Product Sneak Peek! Longevity Elite: A Master Adaptogen and Hormone Tonic for Age Optimization

Quicksilver Scientific 1960 Cherry St., Louisville, CO

The neuroendocrine system is the mechanism by which the hypothalamus oversees, regulates, and balances hormone production and activity throughout the body. As we age, this system, comprised of the HPA, HPT, and HPG becomes less resilient against stressors, creates metabolic dysfunction, and lowers overall sex hormone production. These imbalances manifest as common age-related symptoms and …

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