Buckminsterfullerene, Buckyballs, or C60 is a powerful antioxidant that has effects on unsaturated fats C60 removes superoxide, which is a toxic by-product of cellular metabolism that contributes to tissue injury in many human diseases.
Reported BENEFITS include:
The majority of people have reported the following beneficial effects from c60 organic olive oil:
- Increased energy
- Less sleep needed
- Deeper sleep
- Mental clarity
- Improved eyesight – reduced short sightedness
- Ability to lift much heavier weights
- Help to reduce delayed onset muscle soreness after workouts
- Ability to do more reps of the same weight
- Feel calmer, reduction in stress
- Can run longer and faster
- Fatigue lessened
- Better stamina and endurance
- Higher libido.
It produces an overall feeling of wellness and many comments from friends about looking really well, radiant and even “looking younger”!
Tony Curtis attributes his win at the OCRWC and his 3rd place ranking in Australian National Spartan obstacle racing largely to supplementing his diet with C60 organic olive oil solution.
He would like to share this winning formula with anyone wanting to improve health and performance. At the age of 44 yrs, Tony is racing against the best in the country of all ages, this is a major achievement.
Can c60 olive oil solution extend Life?
All of the evidence indicates that the antioxidant, Carbon 60 or C60 for short (also called BuckyBalls), can double the lifespan of Laboratory rats. The study shows that over the course of 30 hours, the gastrointestinal tract absorbed the dissolved buckyballs and released it from the body with no harm. Other researchers say that even though it is excreted from the body quickly, some long-lasting changes in organs and cells must have been created such as strengthening DNA.
C60 in Olive Oil Research Articles
Read a summary of the most recent activity of Fullerene research in medicine published in the Royal Society of Chemistry Journal.
Original published Paris Rat study in January 2012
See the Aging Sciences website for more details on the experiment.
An article at Kurzweilai.net speaks about researchers from the University of Paris who doubled the lifespan of rats.