What the FDA Doesn’t Want You to Know

Founded in 1992, the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine is an international organization dedicated to deep research and education into longevity, holistic medicine, and metabolic resistance.

The FDA doesn’t want to let you know they don’t like A4M because of the new technology.

 A4M champions works.

Take the subject of exosomes.

Exosomes are nanoparticles of human stem cells.

Think of them as tiny droplets of a much more giant bubble.

However, despite their diminutive size, these exosomes nonetheless carry the same cellular information as stem cells.

It functions much like a hologram, where each tiny piece represents the entire picture the complete hologram represents.

The use of exosomes in the healing arts is currently controversial.

The American Food and Drug Administration, the FDA, typically only approves of their use by—oddly enough—aestheticians, who use them in skin care for their clients.

It’s a bit like using the cure for cancer to heal a case of athlete’s foot.

I consider it deeply irresponsible.

The FDA doesn’t want to, you know.

Because of the FDA’s chokehold on anything related to stem cells, most people interested in this therapy leave the country to get what they need.

Does that sound sane to you? It doesn’t to me.

My name is Dr. Richard Jacoby.

I’m the author of the celebrated book “Sugar Crush” and my new book “Unglued.”

Stop by my website at www.drjacoby.academy.

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