From: Metaqualia (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sat Dec 11 2004 - 09:31:33 MST
Not sure if this is off-topic, but I have just purchased Ray Kurzweil's book
"fantastic voyage - live long enough to live forever" in which he recommends
a special diet and particular supplements to extend life-span until more
radical life extension technologies become available.
In this book, the author recommends getting a full panel of genomic tests,
to find out anomalies in your genetic code and taking specific supplements
to counteract the effects of these mutations.
I was just wondering if anyone on the list is following this regime and if
they have noticed any difference, especially with brain supplements such as
phosatydil-choline and phosphatidyl-serine and intravenous shots.
PS: if anyone has done genetic testing, could you mail me privately and tell
me the cost, scope and location where you took the exams?
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