Seems like people buy the pill already even when studies aren't fully proven it could extend human life. There are also conflicting studies whether they stop or stimulate growth of breast cancer cells. So maybe when they finally prove that it can add 10 years to your life (unless you have an accident), I would still check out if other harmful side effects is worth it.
Anyway, the ingredient is also active in normal food. I might check that out and eat more of those meantime. :lol:
You can add 10 years to your life by just living right, not over indulging in things, etc. Plus your genetics have a hand in it anyway so if your family has a short lifespan I wouldn't count on it. It's just something else the drug makers are doing to try to suck the money out of hard earned peoples accounts.
I'm curious about the human trials though. Scientist have cured diabetes in mice and rhesus monkeys. Granted, about 80% of trials on animals fail on humans, there is a high degree of "what if" on this one.
Drug companies will be in trouble if it should cure diabetes. They loose all that money on diabetic meds!
Anyway, the ingredient is also active in normal food. I might check that out
That's what I was thinking. The link to the article I saw said you would have to drink 1000 bottles of red wine to equal what was in one of these little red pills. I apologize for not having this link, it was in a A&P class and the instructor provided it. I tried to find it but there are a bagazillion websites on it now.
Man, doesn't that tell you something about modern society when people would prefer to pay through the nose to purchase a completely experimental drug which might increase life-expectancy by 10 years, rather than eat properly and exercise regularly, which is guaranteed to increase life-expectancy by 20 years.
Like Pretzel said, why would I risk my health increasing my lifetime by 10 years, when for alot less money and less risk I can garuntee my health by eating right and exercising. The way my life is going, why would I want to add 10 years?
I have to agree... it'd be like selling an Air Purifying machine... You're selling a product that the consumer simply cannot prove is not working.
Even if it did work, I highly doubt I'd take anything like that. I'm very anti-medication whenever I have the option. And in this case, I'd much rather eat Flax and Blue Berries for the rest of my life then take my chances with a Magic Pill.