In other life extension news, resveratrol, a naturally occuring compound found in red wine, has been demonstrated to increase the lifespan of rats sharply. Sirtris Pharmaceuticals has been testing a synthetic version of the compound, said to be 1000 times stronger than the natural form, in medical trials for type 2 diabetics. As writer David Ewing Duncan points out, the synthetic SRT501 still has years of testing to pass before it’s available, but there is a lot of hope in life extension circles that resveratrol is the wonder drug they have been seeking. Expect SRT501 to replace cialis and viagra in your spam box soon.
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It is not 1000 times stronger than the natural form. That is incorrect.
SRT501 is 2x stronger than regular resveratrol. It is a resveratrol formulation, meaning it is resveratrol plus some extra agents that make it stronger in a human’s body.
The new drugs that Sirtris are developing are years away, and are also not 1000 times stronger. They are between 4x to 9x ‘stronger’ but not 1000x.
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I’ll be ordering as soon as possible, wasting my precious money on yet another kurzweilian long shot gamble. Where can I order?
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