Paul Hynek was in the first medically verifiable trial making people younger. How does it work? Why is this important? Is it even the right thing to do? Why is he doing it again?
Is it possible for us to prevent the breakdown of our physical bodies? What is standing in our way from increasing our lifespan? Do we owe it to future generations to take radical steps to live longer?
The TRIIM (Thymus Regeneration, Immunorestoration, and Insulin Mitigation) trial is literally making people younger. This trial has proven that we can regrow the thymus with human growth hormones and the help of metformin. Why is this important? Our thymus is the master gland of immunity. As we age, so does our thymus which leads to the collapse of our immune system and increases our risk of death. Being able to regrow the thymus means that we can add years to our lifespan, like Paul Hynek did.
Paul Hynek is the son of J. Allen Hynek, American astronomer and UFO researcher, and professor at Pepperdine. Paul’s personal lifespan was increased by 4 years after participating in the groundbreaking TRIIM trial. This was the first time in history that someone was tested by Steve Horvath’s epigenetic clock test and actually tested younger than they previously had. Paul shares with us the revolutionary results that the TRIIM trial had, what this means for the future of humanity, and what it means to be a transhumanist. This trial is now accessible to the public through Intervene Immune. You can learn more about the TRIIM trial and Intervene Immune at http://interveneimmune.com/interveneimmune.com/
“If people 100 years ago had said, “You know what? Lifespan of 40-50 years thats enough. We don’t need to do anything more”, you and I wouldn’t be here now. So, we owe it to future generations to do what we can to extend healthy life span.”
“Why wait for things to go wrong to restore them? Get ahead of all of these diseases and increase lifespan.”
“We’re not talking about 30 extra years in a wheelchair. We’re talking about extra time of robust health.”
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