Now, a Japanese researcher has cracked the code… and… we now know how to unleash its full potential at will. This monumental innovation earned him the Nobel Prize in 2016.
And it’s already making diseases that were once considered “death sentences”… things of the past.
The 2016 Nobel Prize Assembly called it “A new paradigm in the understanding of cell physiology with major implications for human health and disease.” 3
UC Davis Dr. Valter Longo said in a CNN interview, “It turns on the body’s ability to renew itself. It can reprogram your body and put it on a path to live longer.”4
And when Time magazine interviewed one of the most respected medical researchers on the planet — Dr. Mark Mattson, National Institute on Aging Lead Neuroscientist and Johns Hopkins professor — he said, “In all organ systems… there’s reduced inflammation. Brain neurons [become] resistant to the kind of damage associated with brain aging, and even stroke.” 5
It doesn’t stop there.
The worst health challenges simply weaken when your Second Immune System comes into play.
Is that what U want in U?
|Nobel prize 2016|