Low or No Protein Diet May Extend Life

The key to longevity is eating less protein or
better still no animal protein — and not just fewer
calories and less acidity, as has previously been
thought — scientists have discovered.

“Animals that eat less live longer — up to a point,”
says Professor Stephen Simpson of the University of
Sydney’s School of Biological Sciences. “Our research
using animal models shows the balance of protein to
carbohydrate in the diet is critical.”

The idea that restricting food intake without
malnutrition prolongs life has become a core
belief in gerontology research, Professor Simpson
says. “We know dietary restriction extends life in
yeasts, fruit flies, worms, mice and monkeys, and
it is widely held that the same affect should be
true for humans.”

But scientists couldn’t be sure whether it was the
restriction of calories in itself, or the restriction
of specific nutrients, that affected aging. But now
Professor Simpson and colleagues at Seoul University,
Auckland University, UNSW and Macquarie have measured
for the first time in any organism the relationship
between diet, nutrient intake, lifespan and

Using new techniques developed by Professor Simpson
and Professor David Raubenheimer (Auckland) the team
showed in the fruit fly that calorie restriction is
not responsible for extending lifespan: rather the
balance of protein to carbohydrate in the diet was

“Flies lived longest when the diet contained a low
percentage of protein, and died sooner the more
protein they consumed,” says Professor Simpson.
“But protein is needed for reproduction — so flies
are faced with a conundrum: eat less protein and
live longer, or eat more protein and lay more eggs?”

Professor Simpson said his team ‘asked’ the flies
what they preferred. “When offered a choice, flies
behaved like nutrient-seeking missiles, unerringly
mixing a relatively high protein diet that
maximized their lifetime egg production. In other
words, flies preferred to achieve maximum evolutionary
fitness rather than live as long as possible.”

“In demonstrating the role protein plays in
determining both lifespan and reproduction, my
co-authors and I have united a body of apparently
conflicting work within a common framework and
provided a new platform for studying aging in all
organisms,” Professor Simpson said.

According to Dr. Robert O. Young, a research scientist
at the pH Miracle Living Center, has stated, “proteins
are organizations of salt minerals, oxygen and water.
The primary element in the formation of protein is
nitrogen and oxygen which gives rise to phosphorus in
the creation of protein. The word equation is as follow:

Nitrogen + Oxygen Phosphorus

Proteins can also been formed through the transformation
of sulfur in the following word equation:

Sulfur – Hydrogen Phosphorus

Sulfur (S) is the element of transition to form
phosphorus (P). Sulfur (S) is a biological
transformation of nascent oxygen (O1) and/or
phosphorus (P).

O + O S
S – H P
F + O P

“Sulfur (S) is found in glutathione and B vitamins
essential in maintaining the alkaline design of the


“Sulfur (S) and Phosphorus (P) play an important role in
bone formation, gray matter, in the envelopes of neurons
and a constituent element of the nucleic acids.”

“In the chain of DNA molecules a phosphoric group alternates
with deoxyribose. Phosphorus is thus one of the constituents
of deoxyribo-nucleic acid (DNA), which carries the
hereditary genetic code.”

“Sulfur (S) and phosphorus (P) are major elements of life
and are linked in the relationship of life which allows
nature to go from one to the other in case of a deficiency.”

Dr. Young further states, “the best sources of phosphorus
and sulfur are the green veggies, green fruits and
mineral salts from the sea, like broccoli, avocado,
green cabbage, sea vegetables, grasses and sea salt.”


“One of the most important reasons for not eating
protein and especially animal protein is to reduce
the acid load on the body. Animal proteins produce
toxic acidic residues of uric and nitric acid.
These acids from eating animal protein compromise
the delicate pH balance of the body fluids and sets
the stage for a variety of cancerous conditions,” states
Dr. Young.

“The best diet for longevity, health, energy, fitness
and vitality is a diet that contains NO PROTEIN and
has a high concentration of chlorophyll, healthy
medium and long chain fats, alkaline water and all
the mineral salts or at least the 12 inorganic cell
or tissue salts,” explains Dr. Young.


Dr. Young further states, “I call this way of
eating and drinking the COWS plan. Which is an
acronym that stands for:

C = chlorophyll
O = oil and oxygen
W = water that is clean and alkaline
S = salts that are whole and unprocessed.”

Dr. Young is now offering a 4 ounce concentrated
liquid chlorophyll from organically grown alfalfa
for $19.95 a bottle. This concentrated liquid
chlorophyll has no preservatives, no sugars, no
alcohol added, like all other liquid chlorophyll
products on the market today. It is a freshly
juiced concentration of organic alfalfa that can
be added to any alkaline water. It is also great
for children. He currently offers in capsule in
powder a concentration of green fruits and vegetables.


You can now pre-order this newly developed
Dr. Young, product by calling: 760-751-8321.

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