December 9th at 10 AM PT/ 7 PM CET

Wellness and Prevention for the Third Half of Life


When we are very young, we always want to be older to become part of the promised land which adulthood seems to be to our immature minds and imaginations.

Often the time never arrives when we feel sufficiently old – and young enough – to feel really happy.

Very soon we  feel too old, women often earlier than men. No boyfriend at age 20? Begin a career in classical music at 35? Going back to work after the children are grown after 40? A new meaningful job at 50? And the ageism considerations persist for all our lives.

Hans Parge

STREAMED LIVE HERE on December 9th 2016

00:00 Introductions and suggestions for listening/watching

04:50 What has it all been leading to?  Hans looks to his (working) roots

06:35 “Stumbling” into a purpose and an “a-ha” moment in 2009

08:00 What is X-ray chrystallography? “Nothing exists except atoms and empty space.  All else is opinion.”  – Democritus

09:35 Hans’s interest in Ageing: measuring ageing and proactive prevention

11:50 Heidi has 2 questions: A machine that measures ageing?  And how do we bring this information out to the public? Rene Dubois’s “Epidemic of Care”

19:50 Case in point: Hans’s experience with smoking

TIMESTAMPS (continues)

21:25 How we pay for care: a disease management engine, treating the 80%

26:00 How we all feel exempt from serious health consequences

27:00 Who can we point the finger at? Hans responds. The empathy and the patience to wait for the pain of staying to exceed the pain of changing.

29:35 American doctors are the only ones who carry liability insurance?

32:20 Differences between “standards of care” and functional medicine.

34:00 Importance of Nature (and women!) as part of functional medicine

37:50 “Salutogenics” in architecture
39:00 Limitations of traditional education, how to correct for our “old age”?

41:50 Our personal interest in our ambience will affect our own “old age” and “The Island where People Forget to Die”

44:00 Special conditions for men as they age

45:30 “The Anatomy of Illness” by Norman Cousins: the importance of laughter and connection

46:55 New (ad)ventures in maturity: self employment with partners by retaining my identity as “Reset Aging with Science”

53:27 How to contact Hans…and us!

57:00 Final words and good-byes.


Staying YOUNG seems to be the answer to all age and ageing concerns. Everyone tries to look as young as possible. We hide our wrinkles behind layers of makeup and even do lifting in order to hide our real age. And if we really do feel better with that sort of thing, why not?

Isn’t it all about getting older and feeling well. We can do many things to keep us healthy and beautiful, by internal growth, but also with the help of external treatments.

Hans Parge will share his knowledge based on scientific research where, for example, treatment of the skin with certain anti-aging cremes is included. And is there still the hope for a pill which keeps us eternally young?


Hans Page presents himself:

How far does one go back? I guess the beginning is always a good place to start. So here goes: I was born in Cologne Germany to German parents. My mother was a radiologist and father a businessman in the wholesale food industry. We immigrated to Ireland in the early 1960’s.

Trinity College Dublin was responsible for my higher education. There I graduated with a BA in physical chemistry and a PhD in x-ray crystallography. My post doctoral research focused on determining the atomic structures of proteins, the molecules of life.

In 1993 I was fortunate to secure a position as a senior scientist in a startup pharmaceutical company pioneering the application of x-ray crystallographic protein structure determination to the drug discovery process. The company was called Agouron Pharmaceuticals and the technology Structure Based Drug Design (SBDD).

In 2000 Agouron, then a subsidiary of Warner Lambert, became the La Jolla research site for Pfizer Inc. I remained with the company till, in 2009, I was retired from, my position as director of crystallography, and into the world of health, wellness, proactive prevention and youthful-aging.

In the years since I’ve moved into my 60’s, have formed a life/health consulting business called Reset Aging With Science and work on the goal of dying young as late in life as possible.

Hans E. Parge PhD.
Reset Aging with Science
“A commitment to the Art and Science of Clean Living”