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Healthy Long Life

Ageing is a physiological and biological process that concerns a good part of eukaryote beings and corresponds to progressive losses of functions and adaptability at a cellular, tissue and body level, which translates into a progressive increase in fragility and consequential morbidity and mortality.

The longevity of a organism depends on both its genetic makeup and the environment in which it lives.

It is possible to intervene in the ageing process, within the limits of genetic programming, to reinforce and maintain the functions that are characteristic of youth for as long as possible.

1. Everyone ages and this depends on genetics (35%) and the environment around us (65%)
2. By intervening with the environmental factors, it is possible to get the best out of our genes, which means getting the best out of the longevity that our genes allow us, both in terms of lifespan and retaining our functions.

A common feature of chronic ageing diseases is the dysregulation of control mechanisms of inflammatory processes.The progressive loss of functions corresponds to cells’ progressive incapacity to carry out defence mechanisms and fundamental repairs which maintain cellular homeostasis.

It is possible, however, to stimulate these defence and repair functions, and therefore also cellular adaptation (hormesis),through various types of intervention aimed at providing the cell with mild, positive stress (eustress stress and cell training).

1. Nutrition: in addition to providing all the elements the metabolism needs to function correctly, it is possible to stimulate cells through interventions on macronutrients (a slight reduction in calories) or specific active ingredients that are present in different foods (essential fatty acids, xenobiotics - ormetine), encouraging survival skills and thus longevity.
2. Physical activity: through physical activity we can induce metabolic stress on the body which results in an increase in cells’ adaptive skills (mitochondrial biogenesis). Regular and continuous movement can also increase neural plasticity and improve cognitive skills and out emotional state.
3. Thermal heat: this works like positive stress stimulation, activating defence mechanisms and cell repairing.

These three systems are not three things that should work separately however, but rather their integration results in stimulating cells, tissue and organs and getting the best longevity out of them.

The Longevity Short Programs are directly derivated from Longevity Program. They have the same innovation characteristics, typicals of Preventive and Predictive Medicine, but they are focusing on specific thematics. The genomic tests of scusceptibility (SNP’s) allow us to assess the proper functioning of some metabolic systems. Diagnostic differentiated techniques allow the definition of a personalized plan of prevention. The thermal treatments and training techniques are a valuable complements.


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