Dr. Sandra Kaufmann The Author of the book, "The Kaufmann Protocol: Why we age and how to stop it." The Kaufmann Protocol is the first comprehensive approach to aging that tackles why we age and then recommends a strategic, scientific formulation to decelerate the process.
Dr. Sandra Kaufmann The Kaufmann Protocol: Why we age and how to stop it
Bill Faloon's presentation at this event can now be viewed at "Age Reversal Update with Bill Faloon at COPL" on April 25, 2019. https://youtu.be/ATd-fFV_srI Dr. Sandra Kaufmann The Author of the book, "The Kaufmann Protocol: Why we age and how to stop it." The Kaufmann Protocol is the first comprehensive approach to aging that tackles why we age and then recommends a strategic, scientific formulation to decelerate the process. The book brings practical information to everyday people and takes the science of aging out of the laboratory and into the real world. The first half of The Kaufmann Protocol discusses aging on a cellular level, which separates it from all other anti-aging fads. We age because our cells age and it is this understanding that allows the protocol to combat aging for people from all walks of life. This is presented in terms of the seven tenets, or categories, of aging which comprise topics such as DNA alterations, mitochondrial energy, and aging pathways. These are explained in both scientific and laymen terms, such that anyone can understand the process. A series of analogies paralleling the cell to a factory assist the reader in following the logic. The second half of the book reviews the top fifteen molecular agents that curb the aging process. Each agent is examined, discussed and then rated in terms of the seven categories, thus granting it a Kaufmann Rating number. This number is essentially a snapshot of its anti-aging properties and allows the reader to create a regimen to fit their personal needs. Dr. Kaufmann began her academic career in the field of cellular biology, earning a Master’s Degree from the University of Connecticut in Tropical Ecology and Plant Physiology. Turning to medicine, she received her Medical Degree at the University of Maryland and completed a residency and fellowship at Johns Hopkins in the field of pediatric anesthesiology. For the last five years, she has been the Chief of Pediatric Anesthesia at the Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital, a nationally recognized center of excellence. Most recently, she was recognized as “Best in Medicine” by the American Health Council. Her avid interest in the science of anti-aging began many years ago as an intense hobby. Utilizing her knowledge in cell biology, human pharmacology, and physiology, this hobby has now become a main focus. The project represents years of non-clinical research leading to the first, ever, comprehensive theory of aging. The Church of Perpetual Life is a science-based church is open to people of all faiths & belief systems. We are non-denominational & non-judgmental and a central gathering place of Transhumans. What unites us is our common faith, belief, and desire in Unlimited Life Spans.
alright alright welcome to the Church of Perpetual life it is my extreme pleasure to welcome you tonight and it also like to welcome our give a special welcome to our friends who are watching all the way from Austria Austria Greece and England welcome as well believe it or not in this building we have about a hundred people but we have more people watching this online and we are looking forward to doing more of that all over the world if you are far away and would like to have a meet-up in your area of the world be sure to get in touch with me by email and that's Neal at Van dree excuse me Neal ha Neal at Church of Perpetual life.org and Neal it's Perpetual - org or just stop it'll stop old age at aol.com is a lot easier say hello and we'll be happy to help you set up a meet-up in your country state or providence now I'd like to let you know a little bit about the upcoming schedule for a perpetual life next month we are going to be meeting on Sunday who wants to come to church on Sunday three people uh-oh it's not gonna be enough Sunday May 19th at 3 o'clock 3 p.m. doors will open at 2 o'clock at the Church of Perpetual Life right here we're going to have a special lecture peter voss beautiful is going to come and I know that we're going to have a crowd because we have probably 50 or 60 young Kryon assists who are coming by bus so don't miss that and that'll be next month May 19th a special Sunday edition of Perpetual life this is an unusual thing so I understand if you can't make it of course we'll be live-streaming as we always do we also have coming up on June 27th that's Thursday back to a Thursday night a special arrangement with Brian Clement of the hippocrates Institute Joseph Scott of the healthy tribe and many other guest panelists as we had last June we'll have the health panelists set up and that will be a wonderful event as well if you missed that last year you can watch the YouTube on that but don't miss that event it'll be so fun and finally for my announcements of upcoming events at Perpetual life July 27th Saturday July 27th on Saturday in the afternoon we have the International cryonics symposium and that will be hosted and presented by rudy hoffman our scheduled speakers are Dennis Kowalski president of the cryonics Institute max Moore CEO of Al Khor Life Extension Foundation Linda Chamberlain who is the founder of Al Khor Joseph Kowalski Joe Kowalski is coming again what a great speaker from the cryonics Institute Mike Perry from the venture ist's Jim Yong from the American cryonics Society a virtual presentation by the Russian cryonics organization cry or us and but this is the first time in history that all of the international organizations of cryonics will be under one roof at one time and they'll be all here in July come early and stay late if you're curious about cryonics that is the place that you're going to want to be you can obviously watch this on livestream but you do not going to want to miss the fabulous presentations that will be coming up all right we will have a in August we're going to have an open microphone night and in September we will have a movie night and of course October is when we're going to be doing the rad fest so if you don't know about the red how many people are here know about the rad fest revolution against aging and death yay how many here have never heard of the rad fest before in their life never heard of the rad fest okay so those of you who don't know about it be sure to ask me or ask Douglas ask Deborah ask one of us and we can get you some information on the free table downstairs there's a little card also that'll give you some information on the rad festival as we announced last week we have elections tonight for our board of trustees board nominees please stand as I mentioned your name if you're upstairs already so that everyone can identify you and the nominations are for president Richard Daley for vice president bill faloona and he's coming up I'm sure secretary-treasurer is been best board member Jeff Shaw and also board member Andrew Michael and we have also another I'll be alternate for tonight as J we have an alternate alternate board member slot open but we want to thank also J Walsh Olaf where are you Oh J there you are okay so Jay Z famila is a new face for you because he's just now hoping to join the board tonight and we're going to have elections right now and right here so these are this is your slate here we have it and you didn't know about J because that was something I didn't give you dug so you're just perfect back there let's give a big hand to our AV team Douglas and Rob and one our AV team in the back it's that little room where the magic happens you ever see the Wizard of Oz the man behind the curtain we've got three men behind the curtain and they're making some magic back there and I appreciate them tremendously so J is our alternate is there are there any other nominations for an alternate board member from the floor or any other position are there any other nominations from the floor for any of the board nominees from president through board members two alternates third and final call are there any other nominations from the floor all right who would like to make a motion to close nominations thank you and Tanya second did I saw so we've got an all in camera thank you so all who vote yes for our new board of trustees please make it known by holding up your hand and saying aye or making it known in another obvious manner yes all no make it known by holding up your hand and saying nay making it or making it known by another obvious manner one okay so the eyes have it they are all elected by acclamation please let the record note that there was in fact one dissenting vote you have made your choice let us all welcome and thank our Board of Trustees against NJ and any other board members here all right thank you yes Andrew all right so those these are your board members many of you know them by by the fact that you've known them for so so long and those of you who don't know Jay you'll be able to get to know him this evening maybe you don't know Andrew or Geoff I'm sure you do but if you don't you can meet with them as well and I understand Ben is here and is Thank You Ben congratulations your secretary treasurer again it's a it's a position for life I hope because you we appreciate we appreciate and I honor what you did perpetually it's a perpetual position so you've made your choice and you've chosen the board of trustees and you make choices every day you can choose to buy an apple or an orange when you go to the store you can choose to drive fast or slowly you can choose to wear a seatbelt or to travel by motorcycle you can choose healthy life over aging and death so many people these days have technophobia a fear of advancing technologies and it's been this way throughout history huddled in the cold and dark until one curious individual saw the lightning strike and went to investigate it thus brought back a burning torch to warm their clan and to survive through the Ice Ages in the Dark Ages sailors worried about sailing too far from shore for fear that they might fall off the edge of the earth you okay for fear of falling off the air earth and a few courageous captains came along with a new emerging technology of navigation that they had that allowed them to discover in fact that the world is round time and time again throughout history humanity is pulled forward by a few independent courageous unique individuals that have a vision outside of what is considered to be normal by society this has been true for ages and in spite of our collective fears humanity endures overcomes and flourishes those that fear and avoid longevity technologies have no chance of survival we who embrace these emerging technologies have a real hope for a long healthy lives and bright futures you have choices you can choose health and life over aging and death regardless of these naysayers and prophets of doom it is for all of us to share the news of these discoveries and it is our job all of our jobs to hold the light of knowledge for others it's our work to forge the paths forward for ourselves and for the coming generations that will follow us for the first time in history we have the chance to live an unlimited life in laboratories around the world we are unraveling the secrets of Aging and finding ways to reverse the damage that aging does to the body and to the mind all over the world you will find groups of people that fear and resist emerging technologies my grandfather was shown a wireless radio he refused to listen to it he didn't understand it he said it was the devil's work he wouldn't go near it because he didn't understand it he feared it when the telephone first came out many people reacted with fear and trepidation there were even a group of people who formed who used the telephone because they wanted to try to talk to the dead they didn't understand that technology it can be hard for us sometimes here at Perpetual life to understand why some people do not embrace the emerging life-saving technologies of longevity but instead simply assume that death is inevitable and how some people can get caught in the game of life work work work make money work it's like a game and then in all of that working they don't invest those funds into these emerging technologies I can save lives even when it can prolong and save their own lives it's hard to understand death is not inevitable we were not born to die Abraham Lincoln said surely God would not have created such a being as man with an ability to grasp the infinite to exist only for a day no no man was made for immortality here at the Church of Perpetual Life we call ourselves immortal lists of course we recognize and realize that we can be killed by diseases or getting run over by a truck we have faith in humanity to research and reveal the mysteries of life and aging and we hold faith for humanity to reverse the aging process we hold faith in having an unlimited lifespan and see this happening within our lifetimes we can see the accelerated momentum of medical research and discovery and we understand that if we can live long enough we can live unlimitedly I love my friends and my family I love my work I love my job I love all that I'm doing and I want to live forever I want to live forever because I love life I love what I do there is so much to do there's so much to see so much to learn you know to live just a mere 100 years it's not enough it's not long enough it's not even close to being long enough there's not enough time there to do all that there is to do I want to live healthy I want to live to be a healthy 125 year old man I want to live to be a hundred and fifty I want to live to be healthy and 200 years old because there is so much to do I need more time to love and learn I need more time to visit all the museums around the world to read all the books that I haven't gotten to how many books will there be in 100 years from now I don't want to put on that list we need time also to restore this planet paradise time to clean the waters time to clean the air time to restore all the forms of benevolent life that live here some species are just hanging on by a thread our world can be a Garden of Eden if we have the time to create the Utopia that men and women have written about and dreamed of for ages I want to live forever what about you who else wants to live forever is it just me good I'm glad to see there are people and I know there are people watching online all over the world that also want to live these people and invite their families and friends and have meetups and we're helping them to do that there are more people out into the world watching right now in groups small meetups in Greece in Amsterdam in England in California all over the world all over the country watching just like we are here breaking bread and inviting their friends and families watching our YouTube channel usually because of the time difference and that's perfectly great we can see immortality in nature there are living creatures on this planet right now that appear to have unlimited lives the immortal jellyfish heard about the immortal jellyfish immortal jellyfish has a lifecycle that begins like a polyp and grows into eight an adult jellyfish and then reverses aging back into a polyp and then grows old and then grows young and it's been watched doing this repeatedly over and over it's believed that it's been doing this for thousands of years in the oceans immortal jellyfish if it's natural and acceptable for a jellyfish to be able to reverse aging why is it deemed unacceptable by society why is it considered unnatural for a human being to do this very same thing I don't know natural I mean it's a destiny for all of us that are here you I have a theory why society does not accept in some cases the idea of age reversal it has to do with peer pressure it has to do with herd mentality people and animals can be influenced by their peers to adopt behaviors and they do so emotionally instead of for rational reasons when sheep are spooked by a wolf they all take off in a flock in one direction herd goes we often do things based on herd mentality which is also known as peer pressure and of course there are times when this is important to do we have to have laws we have to have rules we can't have chaos but there are also times in situations where we must resist act mentality aging and death fall into that category some years ago a plane crashed in Africa it was a flight from Kinshasa to a town called and undo the crash happened as the plane was coming in to land 20 people on board including the two pilots were killed there was only one survivor who was immediately taken to the hospital he was taken to the hospital the a plane was a modern in good condition it had check made twin-engine turboprop for tens the weather were invisibility were excellent and both pilots were qualified and experienced seasoned pilots the wreckage was examined and everything was found to be in good mechanical working order no one understood the reason why the plane crashed until they questioned the sole survivor he explained about what really happened and it had something it was something that no one could ever guess and it happened that caused this plane crash the reason for the crash was that one of the passengers had a small crocodile in a duffel bag it was in the luggage the luggage was back behind all the people that was in the fuselage the luggage was sacked behind the people the people were seated here and this horse crocodiles you know they're illegal too to bring on board so he smuggled it in his duffel bag and it had gotten loose the stewards seeing this ran to the front of the plane to inform the pilots about the crocodile the people in the plane panicked seeing the stewards running away from the crocodile they also ran they ran they all ran to the front of the plane and now the weight distributed to the nose in the plane it's downward despite the pilots trying to tell everybody to get back to their seats they couldn't do it because by now they're all on top of each other they can't climb up they can't get up to the front of it to the back of the plane rather and so the plane hit the ground at full impact 20 people were killed with that one survivor the little crocodile survived because it was still hanging on on the back of the plane all those people died all those people died because of herd mentality and panic everyone was copying everyone else because that's what people do other without thinking herd mentality ear pressure it's a strong force which overrides logic or questioning or debate air pressure overrides reasoning or common sense it can result in terrible decisions leading to injury Wars injustice and death a person's fear of being alone fear of being left out fear of being ostracized that can cause this you have the opportunity to think before you joined the herd you have the opportunity to choose being a part of the cult of death or being a member of Perpetual life choice choice is yours which will you choose you maker this evening will be introduced by my assistant Deborah I would like to note that there are pens and index cards in the seats behind all of the pews that we have and that's because that's how we're doing Q&A; now for those of you who weren't here last month question and answers will be written down if you'll just write down your questions money B is going to come and collect them after our speaker and bring them to me in this way if seven of you have the same question we'll be sure to get that question on answered for you IFIF possible we only have five minutes for Q&A; ladies and gentlemen my executive assistant Deborah Horton Deborah what an honor dr. Kauffman began her academic career in the field of cellular biology earning a master's degree from the University of Connecticut in tropical ecology and plant physiology turning to medicine she received her medical degree at the University of Maryland and completed a residency in fellowship at John Hopkins in the field of pediatric anesthesiology for the last for the last five years she has been the chief of pediatric anesthesia Stiga at the Joe DiMaggio Children's Hospital a nationally recognized center of excellence most recently she was recognized as best in medicine by the American Health Council her avid interest in the science of anti-aging began many years ago as an intense hobby utilizing her knowledge in cell biology human pharmacology and physiology this hobby has now become a main focus the project represents years of non clinical research leading to the first-ever comprehensive theory of Aging I would love to introduce dr. Sandra Hoffman [Applause] thank you that needs to be updated I wrote that two years ago I first of all want to thank everyone thank you for the invitation especially because it's down the street from Joe DiMaggio Children's Hospital this is like the best place to ever give a lecture so I appreciate the invitation I'm gonna clean these off because I'm gonna read somebody else's notes all right so I'm gonna talk about something called the Kaufman protocol you will learn that I'm a very informal person I tend to speak quickly I have a lot of information stop me if I'm too fast I know they don't want you to answer ask me questions while I'm going along but I just want to make sure that people are following me so you can either nod or not nod whatever at your convenience anyway some people here have heard of the Coffman protocol because I've seen a book or two floating around some people have not but my lecture is going to parallel this book it's called why we age and how to stop it which is probably the most boring title in the entire planet but it is exactly what it means the first half of the book is why you age kind of cellular biology is trying to make it more interesting as you read you'll see and then the second half is exactly how to stop it I wanted a program that anyone could understand anyone could purchase and anyone could do were years ahead of years ahead of us before we get to stem therapy and all that sort of thing so this is very practical all right Who am I she told you who I am I was a cell biologist I'm a physician but more importantly just like you I really didn't want to age I'm a bit of an adventure nut I rock climb I climb mountains I do crazy stuff dawned on me about five six years ago that if I was gonna keep doing this stuff I had got to stop aging it's harder as you get older as you guys know I do not want to put any of this behind me I want to keep doing it forever so I decided that I was gonna figure out this aging thing seemed kind of like an ambitious question people laughed at me for I'm like what the heck right so I did what we all do I started reading and I've read dillion's and zillions and zillions of research articles and there's a lot of crazy stuff out there so I threw out all the ideas that I thought were fruit keiki and I kept all the ones that made sense and I accumulated them all and I created my own theory of Aging and that's what I'm going to share with you so interestingly enough when I tell people that I have an aging protocol they love to tell me what it's about oh we know this is about colonic cleansing I'm like yeah no no it's not so I've already sided that I've started this lecture telling people what it's not and then we can focus on what it is so it's not about diet and exercise everyone's terrified that I'm gonna make them go to the gym I don't really care if you go to the gym we'll help you not mandatory and you don't need to stop eating doughnuts I love doughnuts okay you guys can eat whatever the heck you want that's not part of the protocol either okay you will lose weight on this cuz it's good for you but you don't have to okay it's not hormone replacement it's not just for older people you age starting at the age of 30 ish s