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Scientist Says ‘Fountain of Youth’ Pill Coming Soon

Wednesday, 29 Sep 2010 08:21 AM


Researchers believe they have discovered the “Holy Grail” of anti-aging, and say a pill that will add decades to our lives will be on store shelves in two years.

Professor Vladimir Skulachev, a Russian scientist from Moscow State University, said the drug would stop the aging effects of oxygen on body cells, thus adding years to our lives.

“Ninety-nine percent of the time oxygen turns into harmless water,” he told the Daily Mail, “but there's that 1 percent that turns into a super-oxide that later turns into very poisonous elements. The task was to find an antioxidant that stops that process.”

Natural antioxidants slow the aging process, but are not strong enough, Skulachev says. It took 40 years for him to create pioneering antioxidants nicknamed “Skulachev’s ions.”

Skulachev has already achieved acclaim in the scientific community for showing how antioxidants could double the lifespan of mice, and for creating eye drops that restored sight to blind horses, dogs, and rabbits. He even tested the drops on himself, successfully removing a cataract from one of his eyes.

Nobel prize-winning scientist Dr. Gunter Blobel from Rockefeller University said: “It has been shown that oxidative damage is huge. But we do not have an anti-oxidant of the type that Professor Skulachev has developed.

“He is clearly the world's best bio-chemist and bio-energetic scientist.”

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