Life Extension Foundation is a non-profit organization that funds research studies and public educations campaigns. It does this in part by selling nutritional supplements.
One of their publications we enjoy on a regular basis is their monthly Life Extension Magazine. It’s a mix between health and diet news and production information. It generally features three or four major articles on particular health topics plus news tidbits on recent medical research. Information on Life Extension’s products is mixed in as advertisements.
Recent articles have covered topics such as stopping and reversing age-related bone loss, the link between autism and vitamin D insufficiency, and a summary of research on quercetin which is another compound found in red wine that in conjunction with resveratrol may help explain the “French Paradox” of how the wine-drinking French live a little longer.
Since it’s free, the worst case is it is like getting a dietary supplement catalog delivered to your home every month. Best case, it may help you save a life — yours, or that of a family member or friend.
We’d encourage you to sign up for your complimentary subscription to Life Extension magazine today!