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Reverse Aging Now (2006)

Doctors and scientists from Harvard, Yale, Stanford, USC, UCLA and more join inspirational seniors and the world's longest lived people in Okinawa to show how to slow and reverse key ... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Robert Atkins ...
M.D.
Anne Brakeman ...
Herself
Michael Brant-Zawadzk ...
M.D.
Andrew Caster ...
M.D.
Betty Ehrlich ...
D.C.
Caleb Finch ...
Ph.D.
Richard M. Fleming ...
M.D
Robert Goldman ...
M.D.
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Aging Actress (as Jacqueline Calderon-Guido)
Mary Hardy ...
M.D.
Ronald Klatz ...
M.D.
Robert Lanza ...
M.D.
Ming-Dong Li ...
L.Ac.
Nick Lowe ...
M.D.
Alan Mintz ...
M.D.
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Doctors and scientists from Harvard, Yale, Stanford, USC, UCLA and more join inspirational seniors and the world's longest lived people in Okinawa to show how to slow and reverse key aspects of aging so people can live longer and healthier. Written by Paul M. J. Suchecki

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health | anti aging | See All (2) »

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26 January 2006 (USA)  »

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$175,000 (estimated)
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Biosphere doctor Roy Walford explained that by employing his anti-aging methods of calorie restriction, in the two years the crew was in the biosphere, the participants only aged a single year biologically. See more »

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