Hi - With regard to the study mentioned at the beginning of this thread http://endomoribu.sh...Kanno_IWCTS.pdf, I thought I'd give my experiences with C60 Olive Oil over a 1 year period:
I'm a 38 year old male. 5'9 - 70 kgs - 15% body fat.
Relatively healthy, active lifestyle, fairly healthy diet.
Took 4 bottles of C60 Olive Oil over a year... At the beginning of that time, all blood results for all of the following were within normal ranges and now are abnormal results:
Asymptomatic normocytic anaemia (low haemoglobin levels)
Raised creatinine and slightly raised urea
Very raised ALT and AST results with AST being higher than ALT.
All of which point to Kidney Disease or Impaired Function.
I have no family history, am not diabetic and am slim and active which makes me fairly unusual for kidney issues.
I have a sweet tooth and despite eating a diet high in fruit and veg, I have a sweet tooth and certainly indulge in chocolate, biscuits, desserts and alcohol. So I've run a couple of 10 week courses of Metformin over the last year, along with taking some Curcumin Phytosome. Apart from that, I have not taken much else in the way of supplements.
The changes in my blood results have been on a worsening trend in the last 6 months.
I don't suggest that C60 OO is what's responsible for my blood results which point to a decline in my Kidney function but thought my results may be of interest to some people. I have not felt any benefits from taking the supplement - a few more wrinkles, a few more grey hairs, no improvement in athletic performance. My feeling is that C60 OO is a red herring and while probably not responsible for my ailing kidneys, it certainly didn't offer them any protection.