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How To Live Forever

Living Long Enough to Live Forever

Right now it’s not possible for a human to live forever. However, medical technology is progressing so fast (due to exponential growth in hardware and data) that it is estimated it will be a real possibility around 2035.

Your chances of dying in any year double every 8 years, so that does mean the older you are the harder you’re going to have to work to make sure you’re the right side of medical technology advances. Therefore it’s critical to take measures TODAY to improve your life expectancy and make preparations to maximise your chances of being able to live forever.

What options do you have to slowing ageing to make to make sure you are around then full blow rejuvenation treatments arrive? The best place to start is the Live Forever Manual - a introduction to life extensionism along with 101 practical tips on how to live forever.

Remember, there’s no such thing as nearly living forever – immortality is an all or nothing game.

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Smart Ageing Summit


Enhance your health span and longevity with these expert talks organized by Oxford Longevity Project

Ani Biome

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Longevity-driven start-up that creates daily rituals for gut microbiome health management

Leveraging the power of senolytics to eliminate senescence cells

Longevity Technology discusses senescent cells with Steve Matheson, CEO of Combilytics (YouTube)

Longevity Med Summit report – Talk & Discussion (online)


Presentation of key points from the conference followed by discussion (FREE)

Fantastic Voyage: Live Long Enough to Live Forever


Comprehensive investigation into the cutting-edge science regarding diet, supplementation, genetics etc., written by Ray Kurzweil

The Singularity Is Near: When Humans Transcend Biology


Examines the next step in the evolutionary process of the union of human and machine

Oxford Healthspan

Anti-ageing supplements - including spermidine based Primeadine

Dr. Leroy Hood + Dr. Nathan Price—How Assessing Biological Age Improves Wellness

Longevity By Design podcast discussing how to integrate scientific wellness into the healthcare system

Longevity Cafe : Longevity Med Summit report - Coffee and Chat


The club's Longevity Cafe Meetup group will be discussing the latest in longevity medicine (FREE)

Age-Related Disease Therapeutics Summit

31-May-2023 to 02-Jun-2023

Event about aging and aging related diseases organized by Hanson Wade

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How To Live Forever Blog Posts

Jinfiniti NMN Supplements Personal Case Study

Jinfiniti NMN Supplements Personal Case Study

A good jump in NAD levels and grip strength during this one month trial, but not everything improved

Spermidine review – Primeadine tested a for 1 month

Spermidine review – Primeadine tested a for 1 month

What is the impact on physical biomarkers from taking spermidine supplements?

Antioxidants in ageing and health

Antioxidants in ageing and health

Reactive oxygen species (ROS) have a positive role in some processes, complicating research, but unlikely that antioxidants slow ageing

Spermidine - the little known, but big hitting anti-ageing supplement

Spermidine - the little known, but big hitting anti-ageing supplement

History and mechanisms of this calorie restriction mimic that promotes autophagy

Being a bit of a Grinch may help you live longer

Being a bit of a Grinch may help you live longer

Heart attack cases peak on Christmas Day and New Year’s Day

Recent News

Uncovering the potential of rapamycin from off-label use reports

Live Forever Club - 01-Jun-2023

Friends and family noticed their improved health and appearance, with no serious side effects


An apple a day: the role of flavonols in frailty prevention

Independent - 23-May-2023

Quercetin, a flavonoid found in apples and blackberries, may be particularly important for frailty prevention


Longevity Med Summit - Best of the Rest

Live Forever Club - 19-May-2023

Key points from more of the excellent speakers at the summit


Gut instinct: Toddler microbiota linked to future obesity risk

The Guardian - 19-May-2023

Better understanding of composition and changes of gut microbiome could lead to potential interventions


Lack of sleep linked to accelerated brain aging in seniors

PsyPost - 17-May-2023

Researchers suggest that sleep problems should be considered a modifiable risk factor for dementia in healthy older adults

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