☐ A Clean Cell Never Dies How to conduct your own experiment in physical immortality
by Walt F.J. Goodridge
On January 17, 1912, Nobel Prize winner Dr. Alexis Carrel began a famous experiment at the Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research in which he placed tissue cultured from an embryonic chicken heart in a flask of his own design. He maintained the living culture for well over 20 years--much longer than a chicken's normal life span--proving that living cells could be kept alive indefinitely by simply controlling the nutrients and removing the waste in the surrounding solution.
Proper nutrition and removal of waste. This is the simple formula for longevity for which no practical lifestyle guide has ever existed. Our failure practicing this formula is the cause of most, if not all, disease.
This book will show you how to fulfill those two simple requirements in 10 practical ways to effectively conduct your own experiment in bodily immortality.
(175 pages; 5.06 x 7.81."; ISBN: 978-1540755414)
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