Calerie Life Sciences Foundation
Through cutting-edge research methodologies and state-of-the-art technologies, Calerie Life Sciences Foundation focuses on studying a wide range of health challenges, from understanding the mechanisms behind age-related diseases to investigating new therapeutic approaches for other conditions. By bridging the gap between scientific discoveries and practical applications, Calerie Life Sciences Foundation aims to transform the future of healthcare and contribute to the well-being of individuals worldwide.
Serve as a research organization that provides centralized resources to address human health issues.
Collaborate with scientists to address life science challenges and health-related issues.
Calerie Life Sciences Foundation is a nonprofit charity focused on life sciences research and human health.
Judi Quilici Timmcke is presently a scientist and works as Chief Scientific Officer. She has worked in the dietary supplement industry as Vice President of Product Development and Research for IN Ingredients and Weider Nutrition International, Director of Product Development and Research for Rexall Showcase International and other companies. She has formulated products, wrote and substantiated claims.
Dr. Shaharuzzaman has a Ph.D. in Synthetic Organic Chemistry from the University of Missouri and a Master of Science in Chemical Engineering from the University of British Columbia in Canada specializing in the effects of mixing. He has been working for over 20 years in quality assurance and control, research and development, and formulation for nutraceutical and personal care industries.
Calorie restricted diets have been studied for over 80 years and is considered to be the most significant dietary measure to extend life and delay problematic cell and tissue changes related to the aging process.
Exercise is considered a calorie restriction mimetic to help improve healthy aging. Lower risks of mortality and health conditions are also observed in those that perform regular physical activity.
Longevity implies "long life" or "long life expectancy." Research continues to investigate ways to prolong life by looking at cellular DNA and cell functions.