The human life span, with or without modern medicine, averages around 85-95 years. Some people live to be 120 or even 130, but this research regards averages you may want to learn how to “defy!” What if your long healthy life was attributed to a good night’s rest, every night? When does your body “create” longevity? When do you “replenish” your supply of daily melatonin? It’s time to start answering these questions:
Human Clock: All living creatures have their inner clock that measures their daily (circadian) and their seasonal (circannual) time. These time changes are negotiated by the adjustment of levels of melatonin, an evolutionary ancient hormone, which is produced in many body tissues, mainly by the brain’s pineal gland, the retina and the gastrointestinal tract (GIT).
Light blocks the production of melatonin in the pineal gland, but darkness stimulates it.
So, the daily changes of light intensity of melatonin provide a “daily clock,” and the seasonal changes provide a “seasonal clock”.
Finally, the reduction of melatonin, as observed with aging, may indicate the presence of an “age clock”.
Melatonin is a strong antioxidant (scavenger of free radicals), which protects the body from the effects of noxious compounds. Therefore it appears that the reduction of melatonin levels with age contributes to the aging process.
So far, the only remedy found to extend the life span was a 40% reduction in caloric intake, which prolonged the life in mice, rats, dogs and monkeys by 30-50%. A large group of people are imitating these experiments performed on animals, and the results of these trials will be available soon.
How is being hungry prolonging the life span?
There is a connection between caloric reduction and melatonin levels in the gastrointestinal tract (GIT). Several experiments indicate that fasting in animals substantially increased their production of GIT melatonin.
Therefore, instead of people being permanently hungry, a prolongation of human life could be achieved by a replacement melatonin therapy. A daily intake of melatonin (or improved intake as MelaCinn) before bed time will achieve the same effect as fasting – e.g increase the body’s melatonin levels, which will in turn protect the individual from the ravages of old age.
That includes Parkinson’s disease and Alzheimer’s disease!
There’s a large group of people taking melatonin or MelaCinn daily who believe that melatonin is the “fountain of youth”. Those are the subjects which will one day provide experimental evidence of the efficacy of melatonin.
One testimonial is by the CEO of Person’l Health Systems who has religiously followed the daily regiment for over fourteen years,, has enjoyed perfect health, and looks basically the same as when he began.
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