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Peter Attia admits to using it once per week at a dose around 5mg - 8mg on his "The Drive" Podcast #175 – Matt Kaeberlein, Ph.D.: The biology of aging, rapamycin, and other interventions that target the aging process. He said he used to cycle on and off, but now he takes it every week. Listen to this podcast. It will tell a lot about Rapa.
Wow! Time to look into it.Newtothis3/4 wrote:Rapamycin is the anti-rejection drug that is cited. It can be used as a prophylactic to never develop AD. It also is an anti-aging drug to extend lifespan and keep one from developing cancer, Parkinson’s, etc. The drug is real and it works. In my opinion, Rapa is the greatest drug anyone could take to keep AD from ever developing, regardless of Apoe status.
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Two years on 12mg Rapa weekly. It is a game changer. Cognitively and physically, I have never felt so good and I just turned 45. It really is a panacea for all diseases related to aging, including AD.