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From: "John de Rivaz" <>
Subject: Longevity Report 91
Date: Wed, 25 Sep 2002 15:31:11 +0100

I have just uploaded Longevity Report 91 to the web.

This is unusual in that

1. It contains a single article.

2. none of you will have read this article before.

The Role of Enzymic Cofactors in Aging
How to Live to 200
Copyright 2002 Michael Clive Price   Updated 25/09/2002
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This monograph is about living long and healthily with supplementary
B-vitamins and minerals.  It explores the relationship between aging and the
enzymic cofactors, derived from dietary B-vitamins and minerals.  The
hypothesis explored here is that many of the degenerative aspects of aging
are due, in part, to dietary enzymic cofactor deficiencies and their
consequent metabolic dysfunctions.  These aging-associated metabolic
dysfunctions are partially correctable with dietary supplements of the
B-vitamins and minerals, meriting the description of anti-aging

You may feel that you have read this all before, but this is a concise well
researched work and copious references are given.

There is also an invitation to discuss it by email with the author.

Apologies to those whose contributions have been held over, but they will
appear in the next issue.

Sincerely, John de Rivaz:      http://www.deRivaz.com :
http://www.longevity-report.com : http://www.autopsychoice.com :

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