Neuro-Genix Anti-Aging

Observations from Recent Research

​Modern medical and biological science has achieved many breakthroughs in the understanding of physiological and neurological operations and mechanisms of the human body. As a consequence, in the field of longevity studies and anti-aging it has become increasingly apparent that there is no single approach to successful human longevity. Rather it is a complex subject consisting of multiform systems with numerous components. Nor has our genetic DNA proven to be the concrete blueprint once envisioned. It turns out that not only are there many factors related to health, wellness, quality of life and longevity, but that many of the relevant factors are amenable to optimization and beneficial management-- particularly when it is understood that human physiology is simply a particular form of quantum energy and that the basic building block of Creation is INFORMATION.

 

Armed with these facts there is generally much that can be achieved in quality of human health and longevity without, or short of, the use of drugs or survical procedures. The following represents an extremely comprehensive energetic and informational approach to anti-aging that capitalizes on ancient wisdom, neuroscience and breakthroughs in quantum energetic and informational communication.

Note: The following is a comprehensive list of all the potentially pertinent longevity support component and processing steps available for application for the client/subject. However, according to  NG energetic testing and monitoring only those steps found to be applicable will be enabled and administered with repeats of certain steps as well as the overall process may as required when monitoring and testing indicates. A Longevity Index Metric is used to gauge and report client progress. The complete treatment consists of five (5) repetitions of the Process detailed below generally administered one week apart. If other NG Processes are indicated during the course of these therapeutic treatment sessions the client will be notified and presented with any options suggested by testing.

Neuro-Genix Anti-Aging Process Steps:

Initial Activation and Installation of Neuro-Genix Energetic/Informational Utilities:

1)  Testing for multilevel processing and removal of energetic and emotional impediments and activation and application of   Initial  Emotion State Clearings as required and Installation of the Energetic Direct Organ/Circuit Activation/Modulation (EDOCAM) Utility to be activated and applied at each juncture in which the accumulated Information Faults (IF’s) exceed log 442 (base 10) or where otherwise indicated throughout the following steps.

2) Activation and application of the Emotional State, Stress and Wave Form Clearing/Reprocessing (ESSWFCR) Utility is to be run at the conclusion of each of the following step or step-groupings including calls for NG modified Tissue Repair and Neural Network Repatterning application pathway processing as indicated within the following Process flow:

3)  Free Radical Component of Aging

  1.    Role of Mitochondria Free Radical Reactions

  2.    Stress and Age Related Mutation

  3.    Accumulation of Oxidized Proteins

  4.    Oxidative Balance

  5.    Antioxidant Sources

4)  Specific Mitochondrial Functions Related to Aging

  1.    Acquired Defects in Metabolic Pathways

  2.    Mitochondrial DNA Inheritance

  3.    Oxidative Mitochondrial Damage

  4.    Preventing, Minimizing and Rectifying Mitochondrial Oxidative        Stress Effects

5)  Gene Regulation Component of Aging

  1.    Cell Senescence Modulation and Rectification

  2.    Age Related Loss of Tissue Function

6)  Role of Neurogenesis

  1.    Neuroplasticity - Making Brains Young Again

  2.    Metabolic Regulation of Neural Stem Progenitor Cells

  3.    Complex Quantum Intracellular Signaling & Neuroplasticity

  4.    Neural Management and Neurogenesis

  5.    Glial Cell Role in Neurogenesis

  6.    Other Forms of Neurogenesis

  7.    Natural Stem Cell Activation Including the Glia

7)  Other Glial Roles in Aging

  1.    Neuron and Glia Correlation in Synapse Development &                 Plasticity

  2.    Microglial Intrinsic Properties & Intercellular Signaling

  3.    Stabilizing Microglial Networks & Stem Cell Support

  4.    Alternative Microglial Origins - Repopulation in Adult Brain

8)  Inflammation Component in Aging/Anti-Aging

  1.    Normal versus Adverse Inflammation

  2.    Modulation, Prevention and Rectification of Scarring

  3.    Age Related Inflammation Capacity & Rectification

  4.    Inflammation & Neuro Degenerative Brain Disease

9)  Immune Systems Role in Aging/Anti-Aging

  1.    Neuron Regulation of Immune Function

  2.    Modulating Immune Responses in Aging

  3.    Neuronal Reflexes, Inflammation & Immune Response

  4.    Cellular and Molecular Defense Mechanisms

  5.    Complex Mechanisms & Reactive Oxygen Species (ROS)

  6.    Immune System Support and Autoimmune Factors

  7.    Altered & Implanted Genome Issues

  8.    Biome & Microbiome Immunity Effects

  9.    Lymphatic System & Brain (CNS) Immunity

  10.    Glial Role in Neurological Health, Function & Regeneration

  11.    Lymphatic Efficiency Including Neural Toxin Drainage

  12.    Vagus and Splenic Nerves Control T/B Cells & Inflammation

  13.    Energetic Editing of Single RNA Base Pairs

10)  Autoimmune Functions

  1.    Neurological Autoimmune Considerations

  2.    Neural Cells that Present Molecules to T-Cells in the Brain

  3.    Multiple Virial Brain T-Cell Triggers

  4.    Neural T-Cell Autoimmunity

  5.    Neural T Helper Cells (Th’s) Stimulation by Gut Microbes

  6.    Molecular Mimicry Cell Lines

  7.    Regulation/Dysregulation of Epstein-Barr Virus (EBV) as an​           Autoimmune Brain Disease

11)  Neuroendocrine Component in Aging/Anti-Aging

  1.    CNS and Immune System Bidirectional Communication

  2.    Neuronal and Hormone Regulation

  3.    Role of Hypothalamic-Pituitary-Adrenal (HPA) Axis

  4.    Role of Hypothalamus

  5.    Role of Adrenal Cortex

  6.    Steroidal Hormones as Modulated by Feed-Back Loops

  7.    Age Related Hormonal Declines

  8.    Pivotal Role of Human Growth Hormone (HGH)

12) Neuroendocrine-Immune System Component

  1.     Neuroendocrine & Immune System Interaction

  2.     Autoimmunity & System Elimination of Foreign Organisms &            Cellular Debris

  3.     Mechanisms of Successful/Unsuccessful Aging Modulated

13) RNA and Longevity

  1.     Role of Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms (SNP’s) & (miRNA)

  2.     Non-Coding RNA (ncRNA) Regulation of Protein Expression

  3.     Untranslated Regions and mRNA’s Addressed

  4.     MicroRNA (miRNA), Chromatin and DNA Organization

  5.     TDP-43 RNA Binding Protein & Age-Related Degeneration of            Interneurons

14). RNA Interference and Anti-Aging

  1.     Feedback Loops Link EnergyInformation to RN Mediated              Protein Folding

  2.     Virus-Driven Energy Theft & mRNA Degradation

  3.     Cleavage Site Viral Peptide Inhibition & the “Roboswich”

  4.     RNA Interference & Chromosomal Rearrangements

  5.     RNA Interference (RNAi) & RNA Modulated System Stability

  6.     RNA-Modification Therapeutic Application

  7.     Energy-Dependent Cell Type Differentiation

  8.     Micro RNA (miRNA) Inhibition of DNA Expression

  9.     Role of Small Interfering RNA (siRNA) & piwi-interacting RNA            (piRNA)

  10.     MiRNA Processing/RNA DNA Silencing

15) The Role of Autophagy in Anti-Aging

  1.     Autophagy – as Managed Cellular Degradation Process

  2.     Protein Beclin-1’s Critical Initiate Complex Autophagic Role

  3.     Beclin-1 – Vps34 Kinase Complex Functions

  4.     Beclin-1 and Binding Partners Role in Autophagy

  5.     Age Dependent Autophagic Declines Modulated

  6.     Major Autophagic Types and Mechanisms

  7.     Basal Level Autophagic Function

  8.     Autophagic Genes that Affect Protein Turnover

  9.     Molecular Mechanism Steps of Autophagy

  10.     Autophagy at the Molecular Level

  11.     Autophagic Molecular Pathways

  12.     Autophagic Pathophysiology Rectification

  13.     Autonomous Cell Activation of Autophagy

  14.     Stealth Bacterial Avoidance of Beneficial Autophagy

16) Role of mTOR & Related Kinases in Cell Growth, Metabolism

  1.     TOR’s Function as a Serine/Threonine DNA Dependent

  2.     Protein Kinase (enzyme)

  3.     mTORC-1 Control of Autophagy

  4.     Regulation of mTORC-1 by Amino Acids

  5.     mTOR Signaling Pathways

  6.     mTOR structure & organization into multi-protein complexes

17) mTORC-1: Master Regulator of Cell Growth and Metabolism

  1.     mTORC-1 Components and Functions 

  2.     mTORC-1 Regulation of Lipid Synthesis

  3.     Mitochondrial Metabolism and mTORC-1 Biogenesis

  4.     Complex Signaling of the mTORC-1 Network

  5.     Growth Factor Effects

  6.     Energy Status Signaling

  7.     Relationship of mTORC-1 to Oxygen levels

  8.     Regulation of mTORC-1 by Amino Acids

  9.     Other RelatedCellular Conditions, Signals & Signaling                      Functions

18) Ascertainment of mTORC-2 Functions & Mechanisms

  1.    mTORC-1 and mTORC-2 Integration

  2.    mTORC-2 Components and Functions

  3.    mTORC-2, Cell Survival, Metabolism & Proliferation

  4.    mTORC-2 Cytoskeletal Organization

  5.    Signaling to mTORC-2 & System Intelligence

19)  Role of Overall Kinase (Enzymatic) Signaling Efficiency

  1.    Modulation of Kinase Signal Transduction

  2.    Protein Kinase Regulation of Cell Function

  3.    Kinase Protein & Lipid Phosphorylation Modulation

20) Telomere and Cellular Senescence Components of Aging

  1.    Telomere Length & Cellular Senescence

  2.    Role of Telomerase Enzyme

  3.    Modulation of Telomeres & Telomerase

  4.    Modulation of hTERT’s Messenger RNA

21) Viral Considerations

  1.    Nutrient-Dependent vs Viral microRNA Effects on Aging

  2.    Virus and Transposon Immunity Rectification

  3.    Dorsolateral Prefrontal Cortex (DLPFC) Polymorphism &                Viral Energy Theft Effects

  4.    Virus-Driven Energy Theft & mRNA Degradation

  5.    Cleavage Site Viral Peptide Inhibition & the “Roboswich”

22) Bio-Physiological Repair and Remodeling

  1.    Neural Signaling Efficiency & Coherence

  2.    CNS, Heart, Enteric and Peripheral Nervous System                     Coordination & Coherence

23) Epigenetic Factors of Aging

  1.    Age Related Ecological & Environment Epigenetic Effects

  2.    Downregulation of Genes

  3.    Upregulation of Genes

  4.    Autophagy and Transgenerational Epigenetic Inheritance

  5.    RNA Balance of Entropic & Anti-Entropic Epigenetic Effects

  6.    microRNA’s Biomarkers & Regulation of Gene Expression

  7.    NMD Control and Modulation of DNA Expression

  8.     Age Related Histone Encoding

  9.     Role of Heterochromatin Loss in Aging/Anti-Aging

  10.     Age Related Chromatin Structure Alterations & Activation of         Retrotransposons

  11.     Age Related Global Histone Reduction and Maintenance

  12.     Chromatin Relaxation and Transcription in Aging

  13.     Mutation Accumulation and DNA Transcriptome Repair

  14.     Retrotransposable Elements of Aging/Anti-Aging

  15.     Age-Related Histone Variance

  16.     Age Related Histone Modifications

  17.     Modulation of Histone Acetylation

  18.     Nucleosome Remodeling

  19.     Altered Chromatin Structure & DNA Damage

  20.     Age Related DNA Methylation Changes

24)  Loss of DNA Methylation Role in Aging Addressed

  1.     DNA Methylation & Gene Expression

  2.     Age Identification Methylation Sites & Age Reversal

  3.     Role of Noncoding RNA (ncRNA) in Aging/Anti-Aging

  4.     ncRNA Role in Neurodegenerative Aging/Anti-Aging

  5.     Long ncRNA (lncRNA) as Regulators of Transcription

  6.     Transgenerational Epigenetic Effects on Aging

  7.     Promotion of Compact Chromatin Structure & Biological               Process Regulation

25)  Electrical/Neural Considerations

  1.     Functions of Electricity in the Brain & Neural Structures

  2.     Myelin & Glial Electrical Coordination

  3.     Management of Local Field Potentials (LFP’s)

  4. ​    Resonance Factors in the LFP

  5.     Ephaptic Electrical Effects on Action Potentials & the LFP

  6.     Neuronal Geometry Critical to Local Field Potential (LFP)

  7.     Critical Temporal Factors in Local Field Potentials (LFP’s)

  8.     Energy Forms and Multidirectional Transmission Effect in               the Brain and the Mind

  9.     Synapse Activity & Extracellular Electric Fields

  10.     After-Hyperpolarization Currents

  11.     Modulation of Electrical Gap Junctions & Synapses

26)  Caloric Restriction and Related Anti-Aging Addressed

  1.     Non-Genetic Aging Intervention

  2.     Biophysical Modifications Relative to Caloric Restrictions

  3.     Weight Distribution, Redistribution & Reduction

  4.     Hypothalamic Reset

27)  Internal Clocks and Circadian Rhythms

  1.     Individual Cellular Clock Functions

  2.     Independent Effects of Cellular Clocks

  3.     Organization of Individual Clocks in Tissues

  4.     Regulation Role of Genetic Clocks & their Proteins

  5.     Coherence of Clocks & Functions - Central & Cellular

  6. ​    DNA Methylation Mitochondrial (mtDNA) Copy Number                   Modulation

28)  Generational and Family Field Effects

  1.     Age Related DNA Repair

  2.     Genetic/Epigenetic Expression Modulation

  3.     Morphic and Family Field Disturbance Effects

  4.     Transgenerational Traumatic Memory Effects

29)  Emotional Component of Aging

  1.     Identification of Key Emotions Detrimental to Health &                    Longevity

  2.     Associated Dysfunctional/Counterproductive Beliefs

  3.     Microbiome Effects on Mood and Longevity

30) Digestive and Intestinal Tract Factors in Aging

  1.     Digestive System Integrity Support

  2.     Biome Effects

  3.     Microbiome Effects

31) Nutrient Energy Factors

  1.     Primal Nutrient Energy-Dependent DNA Expression

  2.     Nutrient-Dependent vs Viral microRNA Effects on Aging

32) Behavior Modification Component in Anti-Aging

  1.     Agency Access Optimization

  2.     Native Intelligence Optimazation

  3.     Internalization of Universal Principles

33) Geopathic Stress Effects on Aging/Anti-Aging

  1.     Orientation to Geopathic Lines of Energy

  2.     Corrections & Adjustments to Energy Flow Perturbations

34) Tissue, Structure and DNA Repair and Reprogramming

  1.     Age Related Neuro Degeneration/Rectification

  2.     Anterolateral Signaling Decline & Grid Cell Entorhinal                        Neocortex Instability in Aging

  3.     RNAi Gene Silencing and Repair

  4.     Histone Tags & Production of New Brain Cells

  5.     Photoreceptor (GPCR’s) Roles in Cellular Repair

  6.     Photolyase Based DNA Repair

  7.     Splicing Factor Expression & Cellular Senescence Reversal

  8.     Identification of Mutant Alleles & Base Pair Substitutions

  9.     Age Related Chromosomal Mutations Modulated

  10.     Glycine & D-Serine Role in Reprogramming Fibroblast

35) AMPK and Silent Information Regulator (SIRT) Pathway

  1. Adenosine Monophosphate-Activated Protein Kinase (AMPK)

  2. Silent Information Regulators (SIRT) Addressed – Deacetylation/ADP-Ribosyl Transfer Cycle

  3. Broader Role of Sirtuins Addressed

  4. Sirtuin Role in Anti-Aging Kidney Restoration of Function

36) Life Purpose Component of Aging/Anti-Aging Addressed

  1.     Effects of Covenants, Promises and Contracts

  2.     Life Path Heart/Head Congruence & Coherence

  3.     Life Path Conscious/Subconscious Coherence