LIVE LONGER, HEALTHIER
Your guide to optimal longevity
Dr. Verburgh is a medical doctor and pioneer in longevity medicine
“Longevity medicine: using insights into the aging process to prevent, slow down or reverse aging, aging-related diseases and symptoms to maximally extend healthspan and lifespan.”
The Longevity Code
We all know that we age – but do you know exactly how, and why?
Do you wonder what you can do to slow the aging process and stay younger for longer?
And besides the things you can do now, which future technologies are being developed to slow down and even reverse aging?
The Longevity Code addresses these and many other questions on health, nutrition, supplements, and longevity.
Now available on Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Books a Million and in bookshops.
“Dr. Verburgh tackles age-old questions and arrives at some startling conclusions – with practical suggestions for how to slow down our biological clock.”
Professor Dr. David Ludwig, Harvard University and Harvard Medical School, USA
“Brilliant and important book.”
Professor Hanno Pijl, Leiden Academic Medical Centre, The Netherlands
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KRIS VERBURGH is a medical doctor, researcher and author.
He has a profound interest in health, aging and the future of medicine and biotechnology.
At the age of 16, Verburgh wrote his first science book. At age 25, he had written 3 science books.
At age 28, Verburgh created a new scientific field: “nutrigerontology”.
He coined the “Second Biotech Age”, an era in which medicine will finally be much more personalized, precise and effective.
Expert on the future of Medicine and Biotechnology
Dr. Kris Verburgh gives inspiring talks all over the world since age 17 about the future of health, medicine and longevity.
- Can the aging process be reversed?
- How will biotechnology transform our health and lifespan?
- What will the future of medicine and health look like?
- What can we do to live longer and healthier?