Is Elysium Health’s Basis the Fountain of Youth?

These drugs and supplements are aimed to be a hack of the heretofore most intractable condition of human existence, the invisible countdown clock with which evolution has equipped our bodies. They just might postpone the onset of the most common afflictions of our dotage, from cancer to heart disease to diabetes to Alzheimer’s. We won’t necessarily enjoy longer maximum life spans (though that’s a possibility), but we very well might enjoy longer health spans, meaning the vital, productive chunk of our lives before degeneration kicks in. — An MIT Scientist Claims That This Pill Is the Fountain of Youth

Last year I suddenly got very sick. It started as fatigue, in the spring, and by the end of the summer I could barely stay awake. Other issues popped up, making it difficult to do much of anything–I barely left the house and if I did it was only for short periods of time. I gained weight, my asthma became worse, and generally just felt like crap. My doctor began treating the symptoms while also looking for the cause. Severe anemia caused my fatigue and after months of taking three times the daily dose, my iron levels returned to the lower end of normal. I wasn’t as tired as I used to be but I definitely wasn’t as sharp. I worried that it was permanent.

I ran across Elysium Health’s Basis after reading about it on the internet. I did some research and figured it couldn’t hurt if I gave it shot. After taking Basis for a couple of weeks I began to feel more alert, have a bit more energy. While I don’t think Basis is the sole reason for it I definitely feel like it helped. It’s not a miracle, I’m not looking for a longer life, just a better one. I’ve been taking Basis for a few months now and I’m pleased with it so far.

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Jess is a Political Science student at Arizona State University. They are a proud member of the LGBTQ community. When Jess isn't studying, blogging, or tweeting they can be found reading books, listening to podcasts, and hanging out with their two fur babies. Preferred pronouns: they/their.

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