1. Generation Bold, January 3, How Far Would You Go to Live Longer and Healthier? One Day You May Have to Decide. BizTalkRadio 41:35

Liz Parrish is one of the bravest and most controversial figures in the exploding field of Longevity. She is not a scientist but may have more impact on geroscience than those who are. Liz is called ”Patient Zero” because she has used herself as a guinea pig for gene therapy to reverse aging and live better with her Type 1 Diabetes. The unapproved FDA procedure required Parrish to go to Colombia and other countries for treatment. The Result… look at her picture. Her biological age dropped five years every year after her treatments, done in 2015 and in 2020. She is biologically 25, chronologically in her forties, and started with a 66-year-old biomarker profile when suffering from Type I diabetes. She is an innovator, and an investor and promotor of Gene therapy for Longevity. Her company,  BioViva, asserts that governments, including the US, must look at gene therapies to have a shot at healthy Longevity. Some say she is a profit of the future, and some that she is exposing people to undo risk. But Liz is now helping those interested in gene therapy by taking them off-shore for medical tourism to get procedures unavailable in many first-world nations, including the US. How do you feel about efforts for extreme Longevity? Get the picture on our Generation Bold Podcast: The Fountain of Truth as I interview Liz, a canny and sophisticated ambassador for transhumanism and radical Longevity.

Adriane Berg Associate for Successful Aging

Adriane Berg is the Host of the weekly podcast Generation Bold, The Fountain of Truth About Aging, and the author of fourteen books on money and lifestyle.

Adriane is a highly sought-after business development consultant and inspirational keynote speaker, ready to present to your business or consumer audience.

Adriane's mission is to change our concept of aging and the mature life stage to one of good health, excitement, and accomplishment. Baby boomer women are the best educated and most affluent group of women in history. Yet, many struggle with one unifying issue. They have no real place for contribution.