A person’s risk of death slows and even plateaus above age 105, a new study reports, challenging previous research saying there’s a cutoff point past which the human life span cannot extend.
Over the past century or so, science has gradually revealed many of the secrets of health and longevity. Notably, from 1929 onwards, at least ten Nobel Prizes were awarded for the discovery of vitamins and their roles in protecting human health. Today, the United States National Library of Medicine’s PubMed website lists many thousands of studies documenting the effectiveness of vitamins and other micronutrients in the prevention and treatment of diseases.
Through the Cellular Medicine research conducted by Dr. Rath and his scientific research team over the past two decades, we now know that the primary cause of today’s most common chronic diseases, including various forms of cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, cancer, and others, is a long-term deficiency of micronutrients. This discovery opens up the breathtaking possibility that, by taking advantage of Dr. Rath’s Cellular Medicine research, everyone can increase their chances of living a long and healthy life.
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