Feb 17, 2023
Are you interested in learning about the fascinating discovery of a molecule that could have an impact on longevity and health? Then you should definitely check out the latest episode featuring Chris Burris, a nanomaterials scientist who stumbled upon this molecule that could extend the lifespan of Wistar rats by 90%. In this episode, Chris shares his journey of how he ended up in the supplement industry and explains the potential benefits of this molecule for human health. He also talks about the peer-reviewed published research on a mammal that has shown the longest longevity experimental results in history and discusses the emergence of biohackers and how the current belief system around healthspan and lifespan is dramatically shifting towards a longer life span.
If you're interested in health and wellness, this is an episode you won't want to miss! So, tune in and join the discussion with Chris and the hosts as they explore the exciting possibilities of this molecule and its potential to enhance vitality and extend lifespan.
Chris Burris shares his journey of how he ended up in the supplement industry.
He talks about the discovery of a spherical molecule containing 60 carbon atoms in 1985 by three scientists, which won them the Nobel Prize in 1996.
Chris Burris explains that this molecule performs as good or better than the current best material in almost every application, including industrial applications such as inks, tires, batteries, and photocells.
He discusses how this molecule has been responsible for the longest single longevity experimental results in history.
Neil and Chris explore the relationship between this molecule and health, particularly its potential to extend lifespan and enhance vitality.
Chris talks about the peer-reviewed published research on a mammal that has shown the longest longevity experimental results in history, making it worth investigating.
Neil and guest discuss the emergence of biohackers and how the current belief system around healthspan and lifespan is dramatically shifting towards a longer health span.
Chris explains that the exact mechanism of how the supplement works is still being explored by scientists but suggests that it could be related to sleep and cites consistent testimonials related to sleep.
Chris talks about how the supplement was not intended for human consumption but after the study showed a 90% longer lifespan in rats, people started calling to ask about how much they should take, leading to the addition of "not for human consumption" to the labeling.
Chris and his business partner were hesitant to do anything with the supplement until they received numerous testimonials about its effectiveness.
Chris talks about his accidental discovery of a molecule that could have an impact on longevity and health.
Chris is a nanomaterials scientist who stumbled upon a molecule that could extend the lifespan of Wistar rats by 90%.
After getting amazing testimonials from people about the benefits of the molecule, Chris and his business partner decided to enter the market, making sure that the product was both effective and legal.
The molecule works by ticking both the boxes of being an antioxidant and addressing inflammation created by exercise.
The FDA allows the product to be marketed as an anti-inflammatory supplement for exercise-related inflammation, but not for any other type of inflammation.
Chris believes that it is the right decision as the FDA equates inflammation with disease, and one needs to have tests to prove the product's effectiveness.
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