Our View on Longevity
The deterioration of the Organs of the Body are called Ageing.
This visible deterioration of the organs of the physical body are
viewed by the spectator as the body changes in its appearance and
becomes older in aspect, this phenomenon is commonly associated with
Organ Failure (Death)
People die from organ failure not old age. Organ
failure is the result of years of neglect in the up-keeping of the
Youthfulness is attained
by the capacity of each individual in managing the halting of the
deterioration of each cell that composes the organs of the physical
body. It becomes necessary that a protocol is understood followed
No One Dies of Old Age
People don't die
from old age: A persons body, dies because of specific
biological system failures, that are caused by a sequence of
consequences that can in principle be traced back to an accumulation
of cellular and molecular damage, and that damage is a direct
by-product of the normal operation of metabolism.
The Ahiohum Institute believes that by the application of specific
treatments, in the opinion and research of the Institute,
substantially extend lifespan, these treatments seem to aid in
pathologies, that otherwise would limit the body lifespan, thus in
principle suppressing the entire aging process. And for this we show
ourselves as a the living example of the: The Ahiohum Institute
Temple Beautiful Program.
A current conception of anti-aging treatment imagines a primary
cause of aging that is causally upstream of (and the cause of) all
age-related pathology. The treatment Plans of the Ahiohum Institute
are aimed at intervening in this aging process, thus
protects against the totality of age-related diseases.
From the biological point
of view, science knows that immortal cells exist.
Bacteria are unicellular organisms that do not age, so that as long
as they do not get sick, are eaten or destroyed by other organisms,
bacteria can live indefinitely.
In multicellular organisms science has also discovered two types of
cells that do not age.
Among the immortal cells there are some that are good and others
which are bad.
The good cells, are the germinal ones that do not age and are in
charge of the reproduction of the species.
The bad cells are cancer cells, these also do not age and are the
result of mutations.
What those who have preceded
"Man is either the master of himself, or his appetite and sensual
pleasures master him. If the former, he enjoys health until worn
out; and he should go down at from 90 to 150 years of Age."
Dr John Henry Tilden, MD
“If you have the right diet, the body is able to live 150 maybe
200 years in the right environment”.
- Dr F. Batmanghelidj, MD
Carrel started an experiment on 17 January1912 where he placed
tissue cultured from an embryonic chicken heart in a stoppered Pyrex
flask. He maintained the living culture for 29 years with daily
supplies of fresh nutrient, then one day because the laboratory
assistant neglected to rinse them with fresh nutrients solution. The
experiment, which was conducted at the Rockefeller Institute for
Medical Research. After the this experiment he stated that:
“The cell is immortal. It is merely the fluid in which floats which
degenerates. Renew the fluids at intervals, give the cell something
upon which to feed and, so far as we know, the polsation of life may
go on forever”. - Dr Alexis Carrel, MD
"In the one aged 40... That is, he is suffering from premature
senility, and in the great majority of cases, in physical
appearance, habits and powers he is aged 55." - Dr Ernest Clarke,
biological species and even different systems within the same
organism exhibit various rates of aging." Voitenko and Polyukhov
1986; Hadshiew et al. 1999
Sir William Arbuthnot
MS, Bt, CB, FRCS (1856–1943)
British surgeon and
physician. He mastered orthopaedic, abdominal, and ear, nose and
throat surgery, while designing new surgical instruments toward
maximal asepsis. He thus introduced the "no-touch technique", and
some of his designed instruments remain in use.
In the early 1920s, as
an early advocate of dietary prevention of cancer, Lane met medical
opposition, resigned from British Medical Association, and founded
the New Health Society, the first organisation practicing social
medicine. Through newspapers and lectures, sometimes drawing large
crowds, Lane promoted whole foods, fruits and vegetables, sunshine
and exercise: his plan to foster health and longevity via three
bowel movements daily, and explained the association between
constipation and illness as due to autointoxication. Tracing diverse
diseases to modern civilization, he called for farmland's return to
Dr Alexis Carrel, MD
Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine (1912)
L. Hayflick has shown that a cell has a limited number of
divisions, equal to the so called "Hayflick’s Limit." However, L.
Franks and others (Loo et al. 1987; Nooden and Tompson 1995; Frolkis
1988a), have shown that the number of cell divisions can be
considerably greater than that stipulated by the "Hayflick Limit",
no limit at all.
Not very widely known experiments carried out by L. Woodruff and S.
I. Metalnikov in 1917, showed that thousands of consequent
generations of a single cell organism were obtained by transferring
every new generation of the initial cell into a fresh nutrient
solution (Frolkis 1988a). During the experiments performed, none of
the cells observed showed any degeneration whatsoever. The cells
were divided normally in compliance with their intrinsic program.
Numerous experiments were carried out for decades, until final
artificial interruption. No appearance of dead cell "corpses" were
ever detected. Based on these observations, L. Woodruff concluded
that aging is not a major property of living matter, i.e., that
there are no mechanisms of aging in the cell organism itself, but
aging could be caused by hostile "poisoned" cell surrounding medium.
According to Woodruff, this poisoning results in the blocking of
physiological functions of the membrane, which in turn leads to
dysfunction of the cell’s inner system.
In the end, the successive generations would fail, and at some
moment cell division would cease (Frolkis 1988a). A few years before
1912, A. Carrel drew similar conclusion about possibility of the
permanent life of the cell tissue (Carrel 1912).
Minor alterations in gut
bacteria may extend lifespan
A concept that has
been around since the early 20th century is now ringing true in
scientific studies. In the most recent study linking the microbiome
with longevity, researchers injected worms with the E. coli
bacterium strain. Altering a single gene in the strain in some of
the worms extended their lifespan. (Microbial Genetic Composition
Tunes Host Longevity, 2017)
Metchnikoff, Nobel Prize lauriat in Physiology or Medicine 1908. Considered a founding figure of modern immunology,
gerontology aging and longevity science.
Elie Metchnikoff devoted much of his research to the inner workings
of the immune system. His most notable discovery was that of
"phagocytes," bacteria-eating cells which he realized serve as
protectors against infection. This led to an appointment to the
Pasteur Institute in France and ultimately the prestigious Nobel
Prize in 1908.
In his later years, Metchnikoff began to turn his attention to the
concept of human longevity. His curiosity piqued by his observations
of the unusually large number of centenarians in certain sections of
Eastern Europe, he began to develop his own scientific theories on
how lifespan could be extended. His work laid the groundwork for
aging research and continue to influence scientists today.
restoration diet improves digestion, cognition and physical and
emotional wellbeing". - Kate Lawrence, Jeannette Hyde, 14 June 2017.
Dr Henry Tissier
Élie Metchnikoff is
often considered the “father of innate immunity” because of his
identification of phagocytosis and its primary role in fighting
infection. Today, Metchnikoff is recognized for his description of
lactic acid-producing bacteria in the intestine and how enteric
microbes may promote or hinder intestinal health and human
longevity. The work of Metchnikoff and Henry Tissier at the Pasteur
Institute that established probiotic research and provided early
insights into the intestinal microbiome.
Dr John Harvey Kellogg, MD
Dr. Kellogg proposed biologic living, which for the most part
meant preventive health. His goal was to help people stay well
rather than to recover from illness. He stressed a simple diet
closest to the most natural. He
believed in proper rest, exercise, fresh air, and healthful dress,
with proper diet being the most important.
Dr Alexander Bryce, MD
“When too little fluid
is supplied, the blood maintains a higher specific gravity and the
poisonous waste products of tissue or cell change are only cast off
very imperfectly. The body is, therefore, poisoned by its own
excretions, and it is not too much to say that the chief reason of
this is because amount of fluid has not been supplied to carry off
in solution the waste matter the cells manufacture.”
Lorande Loss Woodruff
“Not very widely known
experiments carried out by L. Woodruff and S. I. Metalnikov in 1917,
showed that thousands of consequent generations of a single cell
organism were obtained by transferring every new generation of the
initial cell into a fresh nutrient solution (Frolkis 1988a). During
the experiments performed, none of the cells observed showed any
degeneration whatsoever. The cells were divided normally in
compliance with their intrinsic program. Numerous experiments were
carried out for decades, until final artificial interruption. No
appearance of dead cell “corpses” were ever detected. Based on these
observations, L. Woodruff concluded that ageing is not a major
property of living matter, i.e., that there are no mechanisms of
ageing in the cell organism itself, but ageing could be caused by
hostile “poisoned” cell surrounding medium. According to Woodruff,
this poisoning results in the blocking of physiological functions of
the membrane, which in turn leads to dysfunction of the cell’s inner
system. In the end, the successive generations would fail, and at
some moment cell division would cease (Frolkis 1988a).
“The normal aging
process is a disease, or more precisely, a sum of diseases of
homeostasis, i.e. diseases caused by the disruption of the law of
constancy of the internal environment of the organism. Indeed, I am
deeply convinced: Any persistent deviation of homeostasis is a
disease. And even if it happens to everybody, it is also dangerous
for everybody. Indeed, people who consider aging to be a norm,
quietly ignore the fact that aging progressively increases the risk
of death from normal diseases that are based on impairment of
Everything that normalizes the activity of hypothalamus and reduces
the use of fat as fuel, serves to prevent cancer. This is the reason
for the beneficial effect of rational diet, high physical activity.”
- Vladimir Dilman (1925–1994) was a prominent Russian scientist and
physician, the neuroendocrine theory of aging was proposed by him in
the 1950's. in "The Big Biological Clock (An Introduction to
Integral Medicine)" 1982.
Change Your Life
From the way you look
and feel to your whole outlook on life! Your health, attitude, the
quality of your relationships and your understanding of life itself.
Every problem that you have has some connection to you, and you are
capable of changing it, if there is the will. And this is where we
come, we will do the treatments that will help you in achieving just
this. For every disorder, physical or otherwise, there is a
solution, it resides, and it is within the natural power of each one
of us, there is always the choice present, if we choose to act, if
we are willing to make that which is necessary, those changes, that
will bring the positive change. Remember, the body does gradually
renew itself constantly. Do not look upon the conditions which have
existed as not being able to be eradicated from the system.
The Ahiohum Institute
Temple Beautiful Program
This is a program by
which you undergo a complete therapeutic healing or attuning of the
body, mind and spirit. The true path to complete wellness lets no
The Ahiohum Institute: Temple Beautiful Program is 7 to 14 days (per
year) for 7 years.