I've done some extensive research on life extension theories, and it turns out the key to extending human life spans is to extend the average life span of a cell. Ensuring the cell takes longer to mature is the key.
Cyclins, and other key factors determine the life span of a cell. Stem cells have the potential ability to restart the entire cellular life span from scratch, if given the chance. CR is effective at increasing life spans due to its ability to slow down the rate at which cells mature, and CR also increases the differentiation of MSCs into various cells.
I'm not going to post any studies regarding my findings.
I was hoping to start a research team to help me with the advanced research on life extension, anti-aging, cognition etc - elsewhere [not in these boards].
Money is involved too. Big money.
Get in touch with me if interested.