The term “life extension” (or anti-aging) sometimes has unscrupulous overtones since it’s often been associated with hucksterism or illegitimate science. That’s too bad, because aging is the biggest risk factor for virtually every significant human disease.
Admittedly, the term has sometimes earned its poor reputation, but OHMG is here to rehabilitate it and give it back its respectability.
True life-extension science doesn’t involve hypobaric chambers or transfusions of mysterious elixirs, nor is it based on creating a society of centenarians. Yes, the goal of legitimate life extension is to extend life, but more than that is the goal to improve the quality of life, making 60, 70, and even 80 and beyond feel like 30, 40, or a healthy and robust 50. We don’t just want to give you a long life, but a long life worth living.
This can be done through testosterone replacement, growth hormone or growth-hormone stimulating therapy, and targeted pharmaceuticals and adjunctive nutritional therapies to improve insulin sensitivity, organ function, brain function, mitochondrial function, and mobility. It also includes proper nutrition and exercise, and when warranted, genetic testing to determine which therapies best suit an individual.
OHMG is imminently qualified for this exciting new area of science. Dr. Keith Vaux is associated with geneticist Dr. Craig Venter’s highly renowned Human Longevity, Inc., a company that’s building the world’s most comprehensive database in human genotypes and phenotypes so that they can address the diseases associated with human aging and decline.
Likewise, Dr. Mike Nielsen, a member of the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine, is an expert in the field of endocrinology and bioidentical hormone replacement and is at the forefront of life-extension medicine.