think about it: cancers, atherosclerosis and even some early signs of Alzheimers are already growing in my body, just very slowly. these diseases start up very early in life, which is why the idea of fixing them once symptoms manifest decades later is honestly not that smart.
think about it: cancers, atherosclerosis and even some early signs of Alzheimers are already…
Serge Faguet
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This line of reasoning maybe true, but our bodies are complex systems where we still don’t know many of the variables and the interactions that drive the outcomes.

Have you seen empirical evidence backing this up?

If your testing this on yourself, given how many different things you are trying at once how do you determine which one or combination is the determining factor?

How are making sure your not fooling yourself with a placebo effect?

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