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Applying cryonics and cryobiology technologies and knowledge to cryolipolysis


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Posted 27 February 2017 - 04:48 AM

So I've previously experimented with anthocyanins from blueberries and bilberries and found that it gave preferential survival to healthy cells and could be used to enhance senolysis. But how would it effect senescence of adipose tissue in cryolipolysis? Would it protect the fat cells from dying? Would quercetin be expected to improve/accelerate weight loss in these scenarios?


I'm actually experimenting with this at home minus the pain meds and would like to know what to expect.

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