Healthy Aging Panacea Protocol From Sandra Kaufmann, MD
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More than 30% of our population is over 50 which means healthy aging is of concern to a very large segment of our population. The good news is that there are steps we can take to help remain more vibrant and youthful, beginning at the cellular level.
Dr. Sandra Kaufmann, MD, founder of the Kaufmann Anti-Aging Institute (KAAI) and author of The Kaufmann Protocol: Why We Age and How to Stop It, has developed a unique, systematic approach to healthy aging.
According to Dr. Kaufmann, aging is multi-factorial at the cellular level, resulting from changes to our DNA, mitochondria (energy), enzyme pathways, cellular repair mechanisms, immune responses, cellular waste management, and cellular lifespan. A good healthy aging protocol needs to support all of these cellular requirements and processes.
So, we’re thrilled to be able to share Dr. Kaufmann’s protocols with the Wellevate community! Her protocols, including the 7 Tenets of Healthy Aging handout, are available now in the Wellevate Protocol Library. This is an opportunity you don’t want to miss!
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Sandra Kaufmann, M.D., is Chief of Pediatric Anesthesiology at Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital in Hollywood, Fla. She is also an athlete who developed an intense interest in how to stop or delay the decline of aging. Armed with not only her medical degrees but also a masters in plant physiology and ecology, she scrutinized thousands of scientific studies on hundreds of potential natural anti-aging substances. The results are detailed in her book, The Kaufmann Protocol: Why We Age and How to Stop It. Dr. Kaufmann also developed the My Protocol app to help individuals develop their own customized healthy aging protocols. She continues to review the latest research on healthy aging, maintaining a database of molecular agents at kaufmannprotocol.com.