Friday, March 10, 2006

CASE STUDIES RELEASED TODAY...

January 30, 1999 Irvine, California - AntiAging Research Laboratories today released the long awaited interim case studies for their transmucosal somatostatin inhibitor and growth hormone bioactivator SOMASTATIN�.

The results are from the 6th week of a 10-week study, and the numbers released are impressive. The full abstract will be available in four weeks at the AntiAging Research Laboratories website: www.antiagingresearch.com. Please note that these are interim studies that were conducted over the Christmas Holidays. The results shown here are from the aggregate mean of all 24 study subjects. There was deliberately no lifestyle change prescribed to the study subjects so that the study results would be gained in as close to a 'normal' living environment as possible. In fact, consumption of high cholesterol foods, alcohol! , and simple sugars increased during this period. These are not controlled or double blind studies that will commence once this study has terminated.

Below please find the results of the sixth week examination. Further information is available on the product SOMASTATIN� at the AntiAging Research Laboratories website at: www.antiagingresearch.com

AntiAging Research Laboratories Case Study Results Week 6 Percent Changes:

Testosterone MALE: Levels Increased by 14.01% Testosterone FEMALE: Levels Increased by 13.58% DHEA: Levels Increased by 17.20% IGF-1 Peptides: Levels Increased by 10.33% LDL: Levels decreased by 6.65% HDL: Levels Increased by 37.34% Triglicerides: Levels Decreased by 15.23% Cholesterol: Levels Increased by 3.19% (Keep in mind these tests were done over the Holidays) Body Fat: Decreased by 12.10% Glucose Levels were stable with fluctuations of +/- 2%

! These levels were achieved over a six-week period using the transmucos al somatostatin inhibitor SOMASTATIN�. These results are comparable to widely published studies of Human Growth Hormone injection therapy, which is compelling.

Other noted physiological changes in this study include: Restored hair color in subjects with grey hair (forensic study available at the AntiAging Research Laboratories website: www.antiagingresearch.com), anaerobic threshold up significantly, grip strength also up considerably, increased libido and sexual stamina due to higher levels of testosterone, weight loss and lean muscle mass development. A complete treatment of the makeup and functioning of SOMASTATIN� can be found at: www.antiagingresearch.com For other information on Human Growth Hormone and Somatostatin physiology, please visit the University of Virginia Health Sciences Link at: http://galen.med.virginia.edu/medicine/basic-sci/pharm/dab_lab/docs/c... h/index.htm

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13 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

This sounds great.  Can people who have had cancer taken this product?

"Harley James - Image, Inc." wrote:

6:53 PM

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I tried to follow up on the URLs you listed, but found very little pertient information in @winter.news.rcn.net>...

8:53 PM

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The LIFE EXTENSION FOUNDATION - http://www.lef.org - 800-544-4440 A non-profit membership organization dedicated to the extension of the healthy human lifespan through ground breaking research, innovative ideas and practical methods. LIFE EXTENSION MAGAZINE - The ultimate source for new health and medical findings from around the world.

1:08 AM

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

<97792741AB067E68.5E964ADA0C5CC736.ECFE29C9206B5@library-proxy.airnews.ne t>...

shamma,

Hello, it is not recommended that growth hormone potentiators or growth hormone be taken by people who have had cancer because the studies in this area are inconclusive. It may turn out to be a good thing but the data is incomplete. People who have had cancer should consult with their oncologist before using any growth hormone related substances. Hope this helps. I recommend plant sources that have "anti-tumorogenic" properties with phytochemicals that are reported to inhibit tumor growth. Specific phytochemicals to look for are: benzyl-isothiocyanate spacifically and about five other molecule structures of the isothiocyanate family. (You can research these on the net once you see which type of isothiocyanate is contained in the plant source you are studying), saponins, beta-ecdysone and Phytosterols such as sitosterol and stigmasterol. These are powerful anti-tumorogenic phytos.

Without sounding like a salesperson, there are several plants from Peru that have these properties: Maca, Cat's Claw, Suma and others. AntiAging Research Laboratories carries a Maca product and the other products are available all over the web. Be sure to look at the phytochemical makeup of each plant and study the properties of these phytos for your specific cases. Some phytos work better against certain types of cancer tumors. In some cases, these phytos actually have been shown to kill cancer cells in in-vitro studies.

Live long.... very long.

AARL Lab Team

7:53 AM

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Tom,

Just wanted to let you know that the interim results of the current case studies are impressive and will be posted in detail sometime this week at our site, and we agree that a product is NOTHING without them. We are testing a new twist in nutrient delivery technology and somatostatin inhibition and we are waiting for the results of the SOMATOMEDIN - C [IGF-1] tests. We seem to be on to something pretty big.

You are correct about the proliferation of spams at this newsgroup and we sure DO NOT wish to be one of the participants in that kind of activity. The results that were posted here were posted by one of our mailing list members from a news release that we sent out to our newsletter recipients last week. These are preliminary numbers which should have not been published on this newsgroup. Not yet anyway. The final six-week numbers should be in this week and from the looks of the prelims, they should be interesting. We have also videotaped the test participants and will hopefully be including, on our website in the near future, real audio feeds of those interviews and those of the doctors, technicians and forensic criminalists who conducted the studies and recorded the data. We currently have the forensic hair study posted there for your review (haircolor regeneration from grey to black). By the way, your site is magnificent.

Hope to see you on our forum, you have much to add to the mix there. @netcom.ca>... Olaf Henny wrote:

> I tried to follow up on the URLs you listed, but found very little > pertient information in @winter.news.rcn.net>... > >January 30, 1999 Irvine, California - AntiAging Research Laboratories today > >released the long awaited interim case studies for their transmucosal > >somatostatin inhibitor and growth hormone bioactivator SOMASTATIN�.

> >The results are from the 6th week of a 10-week study, and the numbers > >released are impressive. The full abstract will be available in four weeks > >at the AntiAging Research Laboratories website: The LIFE EXTENSION FOUNDATION - http://www.lef.org - 800-544-4440 A non-profit membership organization dedicated to the extension of the healthy human lifespan through ground breaking research, innovative ideas and practical methods. LIFE EXTENSION MAGAZINE - The ultimate source for new health and medical findings from around the world.

7:08 PM

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dear Robert,

I'm the one who started Sci.life-extension. This doesn't give me more authority than anyone else, but it does mean I've been around through the entirety of the group's existence. I can say one thing: I wouldn't have called the post from Saturday spam at all!

Tom may have an idiosyncratic view of what constitutes spam. The traditional understanding, however, is that Usenet spam requires, among other things, that the material posted not be relevant to the topic of the group to which it's posted. AntiAging Research Laboratories' (or rather the Lab mailing list member's) post from Saturday was perfectly relevant.

Personally, I see nothing wrong with commercial organizations posting here. What I liked about the Saturday post was that it was direct, and -- I have no reason to believe otherwise -- honest.

Other commercial enterprises are paying individuals to participate as if they were regular consumers, yet they're purpose is to support one particular view over another, on grounds that are not scientific. And this they most certainly do. It's quite insidious. (One of the many things I appreciate about Tom Matthews is that he has been honest about being paid by The Life Extension Foundation.)

How I long for the days when the commercial pitches on this group was direct and honest!

Anyway, please let us know of further research results!

Good luck with your work, Brian. -- Brian Manning Delaney email = first initial + hyphen + last n@uchicago.edu SANCTUS JANUARIUS. For the new year. -- I still live, I still think: I still have to live, for I still have to think. Sum, ergo cogito: cogito, ergo sum. -Nietzsche.

11:23 PM

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

In article <78uk0j$pd@winter.news.rcn.net>, i@erols.com says... Just another ripoff. -- Al Bardo

1:23 AM

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Al, Do your homework on this one. And read Katz's new book "Hormones of Youth," which mentions our polymer matrix GH product. You'll see that we are serious scientists with real cutting -edge technology which you and many other people could benefit from, in fact, we are well known for NOT being rip-offs. Thanks for the post though. Do your homework.

AARL Lab Team

AntiAging Research Laboratories: Aging is a curable disease.

8:38 AM

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

In article <ectH$8KU#GA.@upnetnews02.moswest.msn.net>,

You use extract of mucuna bean in your product.  Mucuna puriens is commonly contaminated with very high levels of aflatoxin, a dangerous carcinogen.  Do you test for this?

11:53 AM

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

In article <wPvu2YDFGqTE09@istar.ca>,   Robert Ames <g@istar.ca> wrote:

I remember a discussion a long time ago about aflatoxin on sci.med.nutrition, where people were criticizing the studies showing it's dangerous on a number of different grounds. What makes you so certain that it's a *dangerous* carcinogen?

Please don't get angry with me. I'm just asking a simple question. Not saying you're wrong or criticizing you at all.

Thanks for any insight you or others can provide.

Thanks, -Deborah.

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12:23 PM

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Robert Ames,

To answer your question directly, yes, our extraction process begins with Mucuna beans that have been tested for Aflatoxin using thin-layer chromatography before the extract is produced. Then, just the L-Dopa from the extract is isolated and harvested. We don't use the actual extract. I would also like to post several paragraphs here for those who may not be familiar with Aflatoxin or who may be frightened by your post about it. Please find below, an excerpt from the U.S. Food & Drug Administration Center for Food Safety & Applied Nutrition's website and publication on Aflatoxin. This information can be found in its entirety at their site which I've posted at the end of this post.

Robert, in the future, when you post information about potentially harmful substances, or subjects that may concern or frightening potential readers, we recommend you post clinical data  along with your claims or a link to a site where they are explained or where source data is given. This is the most respectful thing to do for those who may not be familiar with your subject. One more thing, as we are sure you know, Aflatoxin is found in corn and peanuts in much greater frequency and in much greater quantities than in the Mucuna but the methods employed to recognize Aflatoxin are well known and widely used in most industrialized countries in the world. This little bug rarely gets past the keen Chromatographer's eye. I have also included the phytochemical "map" of Mucuna near the end of this post should it be of interest to you or our other readers.

Live long... very long.

Robert Bohen AntiAging Research Laboratories - The Science of Living Longer (TM) Find out how science is effectively reversing the effects of aging... right now. Visit our website today.

7:38 PM

 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It is not entirely accurate to describe it unqualifiedly as a "dangerous carcinogen". The criticisms of claims of its toxicity come in part from some problems with epidemiological data. Hepatomas (the principle cancer thought to be caused by aflatoxin) have been correlated with consumption of corn and other grains with high aflatoxin levels. No bothered to notice that these studies were done in parts of the world where viruses thought to cause hepatomas are extremely common.

Correlation is not causation. It can't be said often enough.

Mind you, if I had to choose between a glass of Guinness and a glass of aflatoxin, I would not choose the aflatoxin.

Best, Brian.

7:53 PM

 
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