Welcome to The Asher Longevity Institute
Providing a roadmap for a MUCH LONGER, Higher quality of life
Looking after your health today gives you a better hope for tomorrow. When you have good health, you have everything.Learn Why We Age
How it Works.
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Aging is a Disease. Diseases can be curedWe now have the knowledge to live to 95 years with a very high quality of life
Understand the 4 reasonsthat define life expectancyUnderstanding how mTor & NAD+, along with thymus aging processes can impact life expectancy.
A Diet Designed for Microbiome HealthPromoting ‘good bacteria’ in your gut microbiome improves all other body systems
The Right Supplements & PrescriptionsWard off disease, lessen cancer risks, and slow the 4 causes of aging by taking the RIGHT supplements.
Delivering the Information, Programs & Services To Live A Healthier, Longer Life.
The Right Supplements
Direct online access to over a dozen Recommended Supplements needed to ward off disease.Get the Right Supplements
Scientific breakthroughs in the field of longevity and high quality of life are accelerating at an unbelievable pace.Learn the Science
Longevity that’s Medically Sound
Dr. Jeff Boone – Asher Longevity Institute Chief Medical Officer
CEO Boone Heart Institute
Co-Founder of the NFL Player Care Foundation Cardiovascular Program
Consultant in Cardiometabolic Risk, Preventive Cardiology, and Stress Medicine
Guiding our efforts to promote healthy living and a long active life is Dr. Jeff Boon, bringing a lifetime of achievement in cardiometabolic health, preventive cardiology and stress medicine. Presently the CEO of the Boone Heart Institute, he is also active as a cardiovascular consultant to the Denver Broncos, the San Francisco 49ers, the Colorado Rockies, the Pittsburg Pirates, and the NFL Alumni Association. He is a recipient of the Health and Human Services Dept Secretary’s Award for innovations in health promotion and disease prevention. He has lectured on the subject of longevity in twelve countries and 48 states. Read More