More MPrize News

More news from the MPrize crew, with this from Executive Director Kevin Perrott:

Dr. Russ Hepple, one of the presenters at SENS2 who spoke about how caloric restriction helps preserve mitochondrial output in aged muscle has accepted the invitation to become an Advisor to the Mprize. Russ has been doing top work in the field of healthy life-extension and I am particularly pleased that his acceptance reinforces our mandate to be a global organization by the addition of a Canadian to our number. We are and will be grateful for his expertise when the need arises and are confident he will enjoy his association with us.

Many thanks Russ and welcome!

I should mention that Kevin Perrott is one of number of other Canadians amongst the volunteers, donors, supporting organizations and other folk who help out with the MPrize - it must be something in the air up North.

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Eating all raw food makes you look younger, ofter removes dis-ease.
My own experience has been 6 Month only fruits, another time, morning fruits and afternoon greens, juices and nuts and seeds 4 month. I have'nt figured out how to get free from the addiction of cooked food. There are wonderful websites for more info.
Also some go without food, called Breatherianism at the risk of death if not properly done.
Some drink their own urine on a daily ritual to stay healthy and young.
Personnally I do not want to prolong my life just have a better quality of live.

Posted by: Rose at January 1st, 2006 8:48 PM

At risk of death period - breatherianism is nonsense of the first degree, propagated by charlatans who prey on the credulous. If you don't eat, you die, no ifs ands and buts about it.

Whether a diet of raw food is better than a diet of cooked food is all a matter of the details of the diet.

If by better quality of life, you mean a healthier life, then you're certainly prolonging your life by those means.

Posted by: Reason at January 1st, 2006 9:42 PM

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