Articles under TRH


  • Who Is Afraid Of Health?

    Who Is Afraid Of Health? Known throughout the world for his discoveries related to melatonin, to the pineal gland and to immunological identity, the author openly denounces the obstructionism by the pharmaceutical cartel to accessing really effective therapies for restoring health and preventing the onset of degenerative diseases. Foreword Such an unlikely question finds prompt answers which everyone awaits or senses. These obvious answers are in everyone's mind, b...
  • The rotational theory of aging

    The rotational theory of aging An interview with Walter Pierpaoli, M.D., PhD. In this interview, the Editor of the Aging Matters™ magazine, Phil Micans (PM) interviews Walter Pierpaoli, M.D., Ph.D. (WP) Dr Pierpaoli is famous for his scientific and clinical published research into melatonin, the thymus,...
  • TRH, the life-generating and life-maintaining entity

    TRH, the life-generating and life-maintaining entity A statement from Dr Walter Pierpaoli When I think of the “peptide swamp”, I wonder why should this tiny tripeptide called erroneously and misleadingly “thyrotropin-releasing hormone” (TRH) be classified as a “hormone”. Certainly his discoverer Roger Guillemin would agree with me that in fact, names are given to new molecules with unknown functions then become victims of nomenclature and lose th...
  • Avoiding A Hospital Bed

    Avoiding A Hospital Bed My biochemist friend and patient, Bob, phoned me recently. In an urgent voice, he requested an immediate appointment. I was a bit surprised because several times previously he wanted to use only his traditional physician, who was covered by his medical insurance. I made the appointment for the following afternoon, wondering why Bob suddenly wanted my help. The next day, Bob arrived in my office, flustered and haggard from lack of sleep. He explained t...
  • The age-reversing properties of Thyrotropin Releasing Hormone (TRH)

    The age-reversing properties of Thyrotropin Releasing Hormone (TRH) Previous work from our laboratory prompted us to study the effects of short-term, acute administration of TRH or its chronic oral administration, on organs, tissues and aging-related metabolic and hormonal markers, in order to acquire more knowledge on effects, dosage and timing of administration according to its circadia...
  • The Nuts And Bolts Of Aging Part Three

    The Nuts And Bolts Of Aging (Part Three) Why our lifespan is limited to 115 years and how to get a better quality of life after age 40 In parts one and two, we established that our potential lifespans are determined by repair mechanisms that kick into effect during our mid-twenties. Subsequently, in part three, I will explain specific questions about the maximum human lifespan. I am often asked how long we can reasonably expect to live if we avoid ma...
  • The Nuts And Bolts Of Aging Part Three

    The Nuts And Bolts Of Aging (Part Three) Why our lifespan is limited to 115 years and how to get a better quality of life after age 40 In parts one and two, we established that our potential lifespans are determined by repair mechanisms that kick into effect during our mid-twenties. Subsequently, in part three, I will explain specific questions about the maximum human lifespan. I am often asked how long we can reasonably expect to live if we avoid ma...
  • The Nuts and Bolts of Aging Part Two

    The nuts and bolts of aging: Part two (Waking up our vital cells with hormones and anti-cancer–inducing nutrients) In Part one of this article, I established that our potential lifespans are determined by repair mechanisms that kick into effect during our mid-twenties. At this benchmark, the aging process starts because random molecular damages begin to exceed repairs. Therefore, we should be examining the underlying causes of aging and the consequent repair of our disintegrating ...
  • The Nuts and Bolts of Aging Part Two

    The nuts and bolts of aging: Part two (Waking up our vital cells with hormones and anti-cancer–inducing nutrients) In Part one of this article, I established that our potential lifespans are determined by repair mechanisms that kick into effect during our mid-twenties. At this benchmark, the aging process starts because random molecular damages begin to exceed repairs. Therefore, we should be examining the underlying causes of aging and the consequent repair of our disintegrating ...
  • Dr Pierpaoli Discusses TRH (Thyrotropin Releasing Hormone)

    Dr Walter Pierpaoli Discusses TRH (Thyrotropin Releasing Hormone) It’s Roles and Uses with Patient Examples and Procedures Part OnePart Two ...
  • TRH, resetting and reversing the aging clock

    TRH, resetting and reversing the aging clock (The evidence for a pineal-directed aging program, its control and clinical intervention) The many theories on the nature and origin of aging clearly show that we did not know what is aging and what it means. However, there cannot be many kinds of ‘physiologic’ aging, but only one! The many claims and dissertations of the advocates of many hypotheses on the nature of aging are not supported at all by the ‘hard facts’, name...
  • The TRH miracle!

    The TRH miracle! An interview with Walter Pierpaoli, M.D. Dr. Pierpaoli is a famous medical professional within the antiaging fraternity because of his extensive published research in the fields of aging, cancer and immunity. He has tirelessly relayed this to other health professionals and researchers through his own; ‘Stromboli conference on aging and cancer’ which takes place in Italy every 3 years. He is also known to many members of the publ...
  • Highlights of A4M conference December 2011

    Highlights of A4M conference December 2011 Something remarkable happened in Las Vegas on December 10th 2011. Leading academics lectured extensively on concrete developments in antiaging therapy. Mesmerized by their profound findings, I spoke with them at length to confirm the veracity of their thinking and research....
  • Interview with Walter Pierpaoli, M.D. about melatonin and TRH

    Interview with Walter Pierpaoli, M.D. about melatonin and TRH Born in 1934, Dr. Walter Pierpaoli is one of the world’s eminent researchers in the field of aging and cancer. He is perhaps best known for his research in the field of melatonin and its effects on aging, sleep patterns, cancer, jet lag, fertility and immunity (to name a few). His efforts to promote these facts through his scientific and clinical publications and also th...
  • TRH Thyrotropin-releasing Hormone And Obesity

    TRH Thyrotropin-releasing Hormone And Obesity By Walter Pierpaoli and Vladimir A. Lesnikovb aInterbion Foundation for Basic Biomedical Research, Gordola, SwitzerlandbFred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, Seattle, WA, USA Abstract Adult adipose mice, high fat diet-fed (HFD) mice, anterior hypothalamus-lesioned obese mice and genetically obese mice, were in...