ounded by Professor Valter Longo, its goal is to promote creativity in science and medicine so that everyone—even patients without financial means—can benefit from new knowledge. The Valter Longo Foundation is a non-profit organization that sponsors and carries out integrative research to translate basic science into clinical trials and novel therapies useful to patients who have exhausted other treatment options, seek to improve the efficacy of conventional treatments and wish to reduce common treatment side effects.
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Read the article and information in the USC (University of Southern California) Leonard Davis School of Gerontology.
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One-hundred percent of Prof. Valter Longo’s book royalties from The Longevity Diet and L-Nutra shares are assigned to Create Cures and other foundations supporting research into aging and age-related disease, assisting patients with life threatening conditions, and educating children and adults on lifestyles promoting healthy longevity.
From the scientist who revolutionized research on stem cells and aging and pioneered fasting-mimicking diets for healthy living to age 110 and beyond…
Can what you eat change how long and how well you live?
The clinically proven answer is “yes.” And The Longevity Diet is easier to follow than you would think.
The culmination of 25 years of global research on aging, nutrition, and disease, this unique combination of an easy-to-follow “everyday” diet and short periods of fasting-mimicking diet (FMD) is the key to living to a healthy old age.