Mystery Unlocked: Why Humans Really Die In Their 80s
Dear Longevity Insider,
Anil Bajnath MD here with your Monday roundup.
Why do humans live until their 80s while other animals can survive for 200 years? Conventional science would say that size matters! The larger the mammal, the longer it can typically live.
But a new study from the Wellcome Sanger Institute in Cambridge suggests the speed of genetic damage (and not so much the size of an animal) could be the key to survival. Theoretically, the slower the genetic damage, the more likely a longer lifespan.
Giraffes and a five-inch-long naked mole rat have roughly the same amount of genetic mutations every year. Scientists say this is why they also share similar life expectancies.
With this data, longevity points to our genes and how we keep them healthy and uncompromised as the years go by… There’s plenty of data that reveals how genetic and cellular health heavily direct human longevity.
But what catches my attention most today is a little secret that’s been keeping the Buddhist monks alive for over a hundred years…
Live 100+ Years Like the Buddhist Monks?
Buddhist monks of the remote Tibetan Plateau are famous for their longevity. There, it’s not uncommon for someone to live to 100+ years old...
And what’s really remarkable is if you saw one of these monks, you’d never be able to guess their age. It’s shocking how incredibly youthful they appear, spending their days hiking up mountains and tilling their farms.
See, in Tibet, age has no influence over someone’s energy, appearance, or mood. Instead, people live life like they’re 35 well into their 80s! They have more energy, less wrinkles and saggy skin, and are constantly waking up refreshed and feeling great.
So what’s their secret?
As a doctor, it's my mission to find out the most effective ways for keeping my patients happy, energized, and young. And when I discovered these Tibetan monks’ simple daily routine they’d kept hidden for thousands of years, I knew I had made a major breakthrough.
It turns out, these monks live their lives much like you and me, except for one key difference. It’s an ancient “Himalayan Secret” that’s been keeping even their oldest people feeling happy and young.
It took me years, but now that I’ve finally found out this Himalayan Secret, I felt the need to share it with you immediately.
That’s why I put together this quick, special report that shows you exactly what you need to do to feel happier and younger. But hurry — some of this information could be time sensitive, and I don’t want you to miss out on this once-in-a-generation discovery.
Simply click right here to reveal this ancient Himalayan Secret right now. To your longevity, Anil Bajnath MD
CEO/Founder, Institute for Human Optimization
Chief Medical Officer, Longevity Insider HQ
To your longevity,
Anil Bajnath MD