Exciting News About Nerve Regeneration

We are excited to bring you exciting news about nerve regeneration from the scientific community. How many of us know someone who has been affected by a brain injury or a disease like Autism, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s, ALS, Alzheimer’s, or Dementia? Or how many of us wish we could just focus better, improve our brainpower, […]

Your Minimum is Not Your Maximum

What is your minimum life expectancy? Your maximum? How about for your children? What will your quality of life be like along the way? These quick calculations and facts can be a real wake up call for you and your loved ones. Calculate Your M-PYR™ [Pronounced “empire”] M-PYR stands for Minimum Potential Years Remaining. It takes […]

If You Had 24 Hours to Live

What if you were told that you only had 24 hours left to live? Once the shock wore off you would urgently pursue, do and handle everything that was important to you in your life. Would you prepare or acknowledge your most important relationships? Would you do something exciting like parachute from an airplane? Would […]

A Picture Worth 1000 Words

These x-ray pictures are worth 1,000 words about how people age that every person should know. The three pictures represent neck x-rays of three different individuals who are in their mid- fifties with a very similar history of trauma over the years including mild sports injuries, car accidents, and head trauma. The x-ray image on […]

Genetic and Lifestyle Misinformation

Do you have a family member who redefined your family’s longevity potential, outliving everyone else who’d come before them? Do you want to be the next one to break that barrier with quality years? If you have bought into misinformation about genetics and lifestyle, some of the fiction you’re believing may be keeping you from […]

Trends, Casualties, and Control

A finger pointing at a domino effect

Longevity trends continue to show that people are living longer than ever. A recent article in The Atlantic (featured image) titled What Happens When We All Live to 100 reveals that life expectancy has increased by three months per year since 1840. If this trend continues, and it appears to be, life expectancy will be […]