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Matt Cook here, and age is a matter of perception.

Sure, there’s a fixed number involved… but it’s more about how you act and how you feel.

And if you’re constantly forgetting people’s names and important appointments or anniversaries, you instantly become the “old guy.”

Even if you’re still quite young!

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“The key idea was that energy and structure are interdependent, at every level.” – Dr. Raymond Peat PhD.

The above quote has proven to be one of the most useful shortcuts in my search for optimal health.

Aging and health problems can seem infinitely complex – and seeking the root cause can seem impossible at times.

But if you first look for a problem with energy you can usually come to a good understanding.

Most of the common health problems people suffer from can be massively improved by increasing the body’s ability to generate energy.

Aging itself – even aging of the brain can be slowed by optimizing energy production.

Creatine – the widely used muscle building supplement – can help the brain to produce energy and therefore stave off health problems associated with age.

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These animal experiments were carried out at the University of Munich in Germany. The findings were published in the journal Amino Acids.

In health terms, degeneration is the crumbling of biological structures.

“Neuro” usually refers to the brain.

Neurodegeneration is the process of the brain falling apart – the loss of structure that happens with age and certain diseases.

Structurally and energetically, neurodegeneration is very similar, regardless of whether it’s attributed to age or disease.

“Aging and neurodegeneration share the same pathophysiological pathways.”

When the brain’s structure is resistant to degeneration we have a process called neuroprotection.

Numerous supplements, including creatine, have been shown to have neuroprotective effects.

“Creatine has shown a marked neuroprotective effect in mouse models of neurodegenerative diseases [Parkinson’s disease, Huntington’s disease, ALS].”

Creatine is a very popular health supplement – and one of the most important things it does is that it helps cells to produce energy.

The entire structure of the body is dependent on energy for its stability.

Creatine has numerous other protective properties – all of which stem from its ability to improve energy production.

These benefits include protection against excitotoxins which harm brain cells.

Protection against oxidative stress which damages DNA and cell membranes.

Protection against early cell death – including the loss of brain cells.

“This has been assigned to the known bioenergetic, anti-apoptotic, anti-excitotoxic and antioxidant properties of creatine.”

Because neurodegenerative diseases and the effects of aging on the brain look very similar…

These researchers were curious whether creatine could also mitigate the effects of age on this energy-hungry organ.

The brain uses 10 times more energy by weight than other parts of the body.

So the researchers created an experiment to test this theory in mice.

Over 150 mice were split into different groups.

Some were given creatine and others were not.

Otherwise the mice were treated exactly the same.

“As aging and neurodegeneration share the same pathways, we investigated the effect of creatine supplementation on aging in 162 mice.”

Lipofuscin is one of the most obvious signs of aging.

It is the buildup of iron in different types of fats in different parts of the body.

You can clearly see lipofuscin on the skin of many people – it’s called age spots or liver spots in that case.

But lipofuscin also builds up inside the body – including inside the brain.

Lipofuscin is both a sign of and a cause of aging.

Mice taking creatine had significantly less of the age pigment lipofuscin.

“Creatine fed mice had significantly lower accumulation of the “aging pigment” lipofuscin.”

When the animals were tested to see how well their brains were functioning, those given creatine outperformed other animals at every age point.

“Creatine fed mice performed significantly better in neurobehavioral tests.”

Creatine had altered the expression of genes in the brains of the mice.

This genetic switch had numerous beneficial effects slowing brain aging.

“We found an open regulation of genes implicated in brain cell growth, neuro-protection and learning.”

Science journalism has given the impression that genes control everything – but the reality is that energy production can also influence genes.

The research shows that creatine has numerous beneficial effects in the brain which are relevant to basic aging processes and neurodegenerative diseases.

The animals taking creatine were healthier for longer.

“The average healthy lifespan of creatine fed mice was 9% higher.”

High quality creatine is a very safe supplement.

It’s only risky for those with existing kidney conditions.

Contrary to popular belief – creatine does not just increase muscle mass or exercise performance…

It has benefits all throughout the body.

“Creatine may be a promising food supplement to promote healthy human aging.” You should always consult a healthcare practitioner about treating and diagnosing health related problems.

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Did I ever tell you the story of how I first discovered the “paint it on and watch it grow” formula?

It was years ago, before I was a full-time health researcher…

I was running my own alarm company with a buddy of mine…

And one day, we have a client who has the biggest house we’ve ever seen.

I’m talking movie-star mansion type digs…

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And the guy who owns it, he turns out to be a retired Colombian drug smuggler named Jose.

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I’m inside the house installing the last few wires when I hear it…

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I instinctively follow the noise and find myself on the other end of the house, just outside a back bedroom…

Here’s what happens next — warning: NSFW and may contain triggers for some men


Matt Cook is editor-in-chief of Daily Medical Discoveries. Matt has been a full time health researcher for 26 years. ABC News interviewed Matt on sexual health issues not long ago. Matt is widely quoted on over 1,000,000 websites. He has over 300,000 daily newsletter readers. Daily Medical Discoveries finds hidden, buried or ignored medical studies through the lens of 100 years of proven science. Matt heads up the editorial team of scientists and health researchers. Each discovery is based upon primary studies from peer reviewed science sources following the phentermine nashville tn to ensure accuracy.
Creatine in mouse models of neurodegeneration and aging