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LongeCity Aging Biomarker Study - 2019

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#31 Mind

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Posted 20 August 2019 - 04:44 PM

The PhenoAge calculator is w/in the BASE questionnaire. 

 

Thus... 

 

1. Get LEF blood panel 

2. Complete BASE questionnaire (add LEF blood panel results) 

3. PhenoAge is automatically calculated 

 

Fairly simple ;-)

 

Okay. Got it. Automatically calculated. Excellent.



#32 samin

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Posted 03 September 2019 - 04:17 AM

Are we still continuing conversation here or are we using the other page now? https://www.longecit...e-landing-page/



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Posted 03 September 2019 - 03:20 PM

This thread was mainly for open discussion with members to hash out the basics. Thanks to everyone for the thoughts and contributions.

 

For the final touches, we will use the other discussion, the BASE landing page discussion.



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#34 Harkijn

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Posted 17 September 2019 - 11:18 AM

Are we still continuing conversation here or are we using the other page now? https://www.longecit...e-landing-page/

It's gone rather silent here and the link provided above is not accessible to me though I am a member.

 

Anyway, last year I participated by taking the MyDNAge test and I would like to participate again, like Droplet definitely in the budget class. Please let me know what is feasible for members in Europe. Thanks!


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#35 bobolander

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Posted 14 October 2019 - 12:52 AM

Yes Harkijn, same thing, no access although I'm also a member.  It looks like the bio marker program is dead, certainly no subsidies.  But sadly no consolidation of results.  I reported again this year's MyDNAge results but I fear they're just lost in the noise.  I thought Bruce Klein was working on a spreadsheet where we could all upload our results - what's going on??

 



#36 Harkijn

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Posted 14 October 2019 - 02:29 PM

Hi Bob, yes it's odd. Perhaps the Data-Beta project has asked LC not to compete?

http://data-beta.net/

I am glad you posted because from last year's testpersons we also only hear a deafening silence.....



#37 bobolander

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Posted 14 October 2019 - 04:14 PM

I had hoped the two groups would collaborate, but at least I'm glad to see Josh forging ahead.  At 84 I'm excluded from Josh's trial since he has a 65 year age cutoff.  I'll continue to share my results and supplement history on Longecity for those interested. Sad that Josh negotiated a free DNAm test but Longecity wasn't able to do something similar.  When I sent in my 2019 sample to MyDNAge they said a Longecity discount was not in place.  I'll copy my supplement use and DNAm data or those not able to find it elsewhere.

 

 

 Prescriptions & Anti-aging Supplements

        (Robert H. Olander, Oct. 2019)

        (Note:  Started and continued usage for ten or more years unless otherwise noted)

Prescription Medicine:

                Nexium - -             40mg 2x daily (GERD)

                Celebrex - -           100 mg 2x daily (Arthritis pain)

                Lipitor - -                10mg each evening (Maintain low cholesterol)

                Jalyn                       0.5 – 0.4   each evening (Control BPH, relax sphincter) Started 2017

                Carafate - -            1gm 4x each night (Protect from GERD)

                Cytotec - -             100mcg 2x each night (Protect from GERD)

                Retin A, 1% - -       Apply every other evening (Clear skin)

                Aspirin - -               162 mg once daily (Thin blood)

                Metformin - -        2 gm daily (Control slightly high A1c)

                Synthroid - -          75 mcg daily (Boost sluggish thyroid)

                Toprol                    12.5 mg daily (Maintain low blood pressure)

Vitamins, Herbals, Supplements:

            Life Extension Foundation (LEF) mix (see separate sheet) at least 30 years

                LEF Booster (oil soluble vitamins)

                LEF Cognitive mix

                D3 – 10,000 IU daily (plus in LEF mix)

                DHEA – 25mg daily

                Curcumin – 400mg daily

                A.L-Carnitine – 1,200mg daily

                Melatonin – 5mg nightly

                B12, sublingual – 5mg daily

                COQ10 – 200mg daily

                Omega 3 – EPA: 700mg; DHA: 500mg

                Magnesium – 144mg daily (plus in LEF Mix)

                Carnosine – 1gm daily

                Resveratrol – 250mg daily

                Extracts:  Blueberry, Grape, Pomegranate, Cruciferous Veg, Provinal, ++

                Creatine – 3gm daily

                Fiber supplement– 6gm daily

                NAD+ booster (Niagen) 250mg daily (Nicotinamide Riboside) Started 2015

                Acidophilus every morning

                J147 – 10mg buccally.    Started 2014 intermittently

                Reishi mushroom 980mg daily

                ALT711 – 100 mg daily (anti-fibrotic)

                Green tea extract 725mg daily

                GABA 750mg daily

                HMB 1gm daily

                Rapamycin 2.5mg once weekly  -  Started 2015 - MTOR C1 inhibitor

                Rifaxamin 200mg once weekly, started 09/15/2018

                Iron sulfate 375mg equiv. started 2019 to correct low ferritin level

                Senolytics cocktail

                      Desatinib (100mg, quarterly -  Started 2016

                      Quercetin 1 gm quarterly – started 2016

                      Azithromycin 500mg quarterly – started 2018       

                      Fisetin – 1 gm quarterly 09/15/2018       

Chronological age:  84

Zymo DNAm testing 2018:  Blood Age 74 (Urine: age 70) Teloyears: Age 66

Zymo DNAm testing 2019:  Blood Age 75  (Urine age 71) Teloyears:  Age 77  

      (Health good, tennis weekly, light gym weekly, married, low stress)

 


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#38 samin

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Posted 19 October 2019 - 03:03 AM

Hi @bobolander, we're trying to consolidate the data and create a form to enter data this year. I'll enter this information in a spreadsheet or see where Bruce's worksheet is so we can add this there. Thanks!







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