David Steenblock, MS, DO is an experimentalist who loves to come up with non-invasive & minimally invasive ways to get people well & keep them well, and also to help them look and feel younger. In keeping with this passion of his, Dr. Steenblock devised a method (Youngering™) which gets people looking & feeling younger without resort to laser or nip & tuck surgery, caustic chemical peels or other staples of the aesthetic & plastic surgery industries.
If this interests you click the graphic to your left or use this link https://goo.gl/VnzYYb to access a newsletter devoted to Youngering™ (including some cost cutter savings for new patients).
Also: If you do get Youngering™-fied by his DO-ship & his band of renown, let me know how this method worked (or didn’t) for you by shooting an email to me at nativescienceguy at gmail.com.
PS No, Dr. Steenblock did not ask me to plug his brainchild on my blogsite. I am waving it about because it looks to be an advance in “aging management”.
Good News Network article on Dr. Steenblock’s work (with ALS)
Public Release: 21-Jul-2016
I have worked with a coenzyme called pyrroloquinoline quinone (PQQ) for quite a while now and think it is worth a “look see” by physicians and others for its preventative and therapeutic potential. Let’s dive into this now:
First, let’s “do the time warp, now”: During 1994-5 I worked in an Ag lab and large greenhouse complex outside Lincoln, Nebraska (Which was devoted to the testing of various nature-derived growth accelerants on culinary & medicinal mushrooms). One of the principle consulting researchers who rubbed elbows with me was Andy Anderson, PhD, who discovered a radioresistant bacterium back in 1956 while irradiating food at the Oregon Agricultural Experimental Station in Corvallis (As I recall from our chitchat, he was irradiating canned foods to see if this would reliably preserve them against spoilage). The bacterium was subsequently dubbed Deinococcus radiodurans and is indisputably the most radioresistant organism discovered to-date.
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Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS): Stimulating Proteasome Activity in Motor Neurons to accelerate degradation of misfolded proteins
http://bit.ly/wcr7bP Nota bene: Three (3) people with ALS who began using this regimen on their own have reported experiencing significant weight and energy gains plus enhanced muscle strength. All 3 have been on this regimen for more than 5 months as of 3-26-12.
Regimen subsequently improved with users reporting additional gains.
|Citation: Payne AG. ,’Experimental regimen targeting the ependyma slows disease progression in four patitents with ALS,’ Med Hypotheses (2009), doi:10.1016/j.mehy.2008.12.032
Dr. Anthony G. Payne*
In this paper the author proposes that at least some forms of sporadic ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis) arise due to the effects of neurotoxic compounds synthesized by defective ependymal cells in the brain. These cells produce cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) that is laden with neurotoxic compounds that bring about motor neuron die-off. Evidence is garnered from various animal studies to demonstrate the toxicity of CSF taken from ALS patients and by virtue of the proposed mechanism (defective ependymal cells). In addition, a regimen created by the author is introduced; a regimen that has been used by four (4) sporadic ALS patients since 2005 resulting in what appears to be a slowing of disease progression. All four patients have significantly outlived best estimates of their survival tendered by their neurologists. 2009 Published by Elsevier Ltd.