Articles under Centrophenoxine


  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

    Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder By Marios Kyriazis, M.D.   One of the most controversial syndromes of modern times is what we now call ‘Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder’ (ADHD). This is a behavioural condition which has implications well beyond behaviour. As its name suggests, the condition includes being hyperactive, restless and fidgety, with a short attention span, as well being impulsive, anxious, a bad sleeper and experiencing ‘lea...
  • Centrophenoxine (CPH) and the Membrane Hypothesis of Aging (MHA)

    Centrophenoxine (CPH) and the Membrane Hypothesis of Aging (MHA) An interview with Professor Imre Zs.-Nagy, MD and Editor of Aging Matters™ Phil Micans; herein referred to as IZSN and PM. Imre Zs.-Nagy was born in Hungary in 1936 and took his MD degree in 1961. He had been university Professor of gerontology at the University of Debrecen, retiring by law at age 70. He ...
  • 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 real value of centrophenoxine

    The Real Value of Centrophenoxine in Preventing Age-dependant Brain Deterioration The theoretical approach to the problems of cellular aging, elaborated and followed by this author during the last 30 years, called the membrane hypothesis of aging (MHA), helped to understand the normal functions of the living organisms, and also to identify the site-specific, radical-induced molecular damaging mechanisms, which represent the non-desired side-effects of the oxygen free radicals, the c...
  • Smart drugs and nutrients, an interview with Ward Dean, M.D.

    Smart drugs and nutrients, an interview with Ward Dean, M.D. Phil Micans interviews Dr. Ward Dean, who is perhaps best known to the public for his two best-selling books on ‘Smart Drugs & Nutrients’ (versions I and II) in the early 1990’s. Dr. Dean graduated from the US Military Academy at West Point in 1967, and served in the Infantry for six years, posted to both Airborne and Ranger forces. He obtained his medical degree from Han Yang University in Korea in 1978, and re...
  • My personal 35-year report on the value of centrophenoxine in antiaging

    My personal 35-year report on the value of centrophenoxine in antiaging Abstract I am the author of this report and I am currently over 75 years of age, I have spent most of my scientific activity in the field of experimental gerontology (since 1968). During this time, I have taken part i...
  • Myth busting: A smarter way to take supplements and prescription medications

    Myth busting: A smarter way to take supplements and prescription medications Jimmy was the lead researcher for a well-known vitamin supplement company. He was well respected by many scientists and the company’s customers. Suddenly, at the age of 56, he developed a brain tumor and died shortly thereafter. It was a great tragedy to all who knew him. I remember Jimmy well. We had breakfast together many times at various medical conferences in Las Vegas. I would usually have m...
  • Application of smart drugs - for enhanced health and longevity

    Application of smart drugs - for enhanced health and longevity Is the new film Limitless fiction or fact? ‘Limitless,’ the movie, is explained by the following synopsis. A young writer has been down-and-out on this luck for several years. He has writer’s block, thus he cannot complete his half-finished novel. He is threatened with eviction from his apartment, his girlfriend leaves him, and he mope...
  • Centrophenoxine: A true life extension drug?

      Centrophenoxine: A true life extension drug? By James South MA   Centrophenoxine (CPH), also known as meclofenoxate, is one of the oldest nootropic drugs still in use - it was developed in 1959 at the French National Scientific Research Center (1). CPH is a compound (ester) of two biochemical's: dimethylaminoethanol (DMAE) and parachlorophenoxyacetic acid (PCPA) (see Fig. 1) (1). DMAE occurs naturally in some foods, especially fish, and is also a naturally ...
  • Centrophenoxine - The Neuroenergizer

    Centrophenoxine - The Neuroenergizer Centrophenoxine, also known as centrophenoxine (CPX), is one of the original anti-aging, neuro-energizing drugs. It has been studied and used clinically for over 30 years. CPX is a compound of two biochemicals- diethylaminoethanol (DMAE) and parachlorophenoxyacetate (pCPA). DMAE is a natural food component, found especially in fish, and is also a natural metabolite of the human body, CPX's other half, pCPA, is a synthetic compound si...
  • Centrophenoxine - The Anti-Aging Brain Booster

    Centrophenoxine - The Anti-Aging Brain Booster Centrophenoxine, also known as Lucidril, is one of the original anti-aging, neuro-energizing drugs. It has been studied and used clinically for over 30 years. Centrophenoxine is a compound of two biochemicals – dimethylamineoethanol (DMAE) and parachlorophenoxyacetate (pCPA). DMAE is a natural food component, found especially in fish, and is also a natural metabolite of...
  • The Membrane Hypothesis of Aging

    The Membrane Hypothesis of Aging (The frustrating decades of biological aging theories and the hopes for the future). Ed.- We are pleased to include for the first time in the Anti-Aging Bulletin, an article by the renowned Imre Zs.-Nagy, MD. Professor Nagy is head of the Department of Gerontology at the University of Debrecen, Hungary. He is also the Editor in Chief of the Journal of Gerontology and the principle behind the Membrane Hypothesis of Aging. Furthermore, Profess...
  • Skin Aging: When the dimples become wrinkles

    Skin Aging: When the dimples become wrinkles While all components of the skin are affected by age without exception, some segments are more vulnerable than others. It is well accepted that components of the skin age at different rates and in different degrees. This is because of individual genetic variations, (mosaicism) which are superimposed upon variable external factors and influences such as sun exposure, diet and pollution (1). For example, the skin under the eyes may ap...
  • The Bio-Markers Of Aging

    The Bio-Markers Of Aging Ed.- Dr. Krup is the medical director of the RejuvenAge Clinic in London's premier medical centre- Harley Street. She is board certified by A4M and is a keen advocate of Anti-Aging Medicine. She shall also be a speaker at the Third Monte Carlo Antiaging Conference ™, set for September 7-8, 2002 on the topic of; "The differences between a family practice and an anti-aging clinic." (Please see back page of this Bulletin for further details of th...
  • Synergistic Programs - Memory Pack

    Synergistic Programs - Memory Pack How to keep you memory and cognition lucid and agile Piracetam; enhancing memory and ideas Piracetam was the world’s first nootropic (smart drug) when it was introduced to Europe in the 1960’s by Dr. Giurgea, (whilst working with UCB laboratories in Belgium), under the trade name of Nootropil®. Although it is a derivative of GABA, piracetam disp...
  • Successful Aging Results

    Successful Aging Results Ed.- Frank Shallenberger MD, has devoted his professional career to understanding the fundamentals of what keeps us well. To this end, he has used an approach in his medical practice for more than twenty years that integrates the best of alternative medicine with the best of conventional medicine. He is a pioneer in the clinical application of oxidative medicine, a new discipline that emphasizes the profound importance of oxygen and...