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AACL 2005 Speaker

Dr. Dato Harnam MD PhD
President, Society of Anti-Aging Medicine Malaysia (SAAMM)
Graduated from University of Malaya (now known as University of Singapore) – MBBS, passed biochemistry with distinction and was the second student in the pre-clinical examination - awarded Bronze Medal.

Awarded Government Scholarship to do Post-Graduate studies in United Kingdom. Registrar, Warwick Hospital and the Royal National Ear, Nose and Throat/Head and Neck Hospital, Gray Inn Road, London.

He worked as Consultant Otolaryngologist – General Hospital, Johor Bahru, Malaysia – set up the Ear, Nose and Throat Centre and subsequently appointed Senior Ear, Nose and Throat Consultant, Hospital Kuala Lumpur until 1969. Later set up his own Ear, Nose and Throat Centre at Jalan Ipoh, Kuala Lumpur, where he is currently practising as an Otolaryngologist. He has special interest in Allergy and Anti-Aging.

Cellular and and Molecular Basis of Aging
Once we graduate, doctors tend to forget what we learnt about the basic physiology of how the body functions, especially the Krebs cycle, which is the engine that drives the human body. This failing metabolic function is the single most important risk factor that causes disease, disability and death. The free radicals produced during cellular metabolism cause damage to the mitochondria and cells.

The body's functions are regulated by a network of hormonal cascades that are produced by the various organs with the pituitary being the leader and the central server. Diet, exercise, xenobiotics and lifestyle also play a vital role.

When the body's metabolism is in balance and regulated, we stay healthy. However, the anabolic hormones begin to decline after the age of 35. The body then experiences a progressive degeneration. At the same time, the catabolic hormones, e.g. cortisol, increase leading to progressive shift towards increasing catabolism and senescence.

For the Krebs cycle and mitochondrial metabolism to be facilitated, the mithochondria need biological catalysts in the form of nutraceuticals / vitamins. Without the regular and optimal supply of these bio-energy sources, there is functional deficiency, organ malfunction, mithocondrial, DNA and cellular damage, which trigger degenerative diseases, aging and death.

For a healthy lifestyle it is vital that we understand the cellular biology and physiology in order to stay healthy, prevent degenerative diseases, aging and death.

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