Home | BSAAM's Organizer | BSAAM's Sponsor | Contact Us
Anti Ageing Conference London 2020
Follow us on ...
Facebook  Twitter  Instagram
Conference Information
Register Info
Delegate Information
A4M Board Certification
  American Board Of Anti-Aging/Regenerative Medicine (ABAARM)
Past Conference Information
2018 Speakers and Presentations
2018 Programme
2018 Exhibitors

BSAAMs AACL 2018 Peer Review Board Members
2017 Speakers and Presentations
2017 Programme
2017 Exhibitors

BSAAMs AACL 2017 Peer Review Board Members
2016 Speakers and Presentations
2016 Programme
2016 Exhibitors
2016 Moderators
BSAAMs AACL 2016 Peer Review Board Members
2015 Speakers and Presentations
2015 Programme
2015 Exhibitors
2015 Moderators
BSAAMs AACL 2015 Peer Review Board Members
2014 Speakers and Presentations
2014 Programme
2014 Exhibitors
2014 Moderators
2014 Peer Review Board Members
2014 Aesthetic Peer Review Board Members
2013 Speakers and Presentations
2013 Programme
2013 Exhibitors
2013 Moderators
2013 Peer Review Board Members
2013 Aesthetic Peer Review Board Members
2012 Speakers and Presentations
2012 Programme
2012 Exhibitors
2012 Moderators
2012 Peer Review Board Members
2012 Aesthetic Peer Review Board Members
2011 Speakers and Presentations
2011 Programme
2011 Exhibitors
2011 Moderators
2011 Peer Review Board Members
2011 Aesthetic Peer Review Board Members
2010 Conference Manual
2010 Speakers and Presentations
2010 Programme
2010 Exhibitors
2010 Moderators
2010 Peer Review Board Members
2010 Aesthetic Peer Review Board Members
Programme for the 2009
Exhibitors for the 2009
Speakers for the 2009
2009 Peer Review Board Members
2009 Aesthetic Peer Review Board Members
Programme for 2008
Exhibitors for 2008
Speakers for 2008
2008 Peer Review Board Members
2008 Aesthetic Peer Review Board Members
  2007 Speaker List
2007 Speaker Programme
  Pre Conference Workshops
Sept 12 Pre-Conference Workshop Programme
Sept 13 Pre-Conference Workshop Programme
  2007 Peer Review Board Members
  Exhibitors for 2007
  3rd Annual Anti-Ageing Conference Manual (2006)
  Programme for 2006
  ISRM2006 Scientific Board Members
  2006 Peer Review Board Members
  Exhibitors 2006
  Post Review of 2005
  Remarks about 2005
  Peer Review Board of 2005
  Past Speakers 2005
  Past Speakers 2004
  Past Speakers Monte Carlo 2002
BSAAM's AACL Organizer
BSAAM Affiliates
AACL Supporters
HB Health
  Sun Chlorella
AACL 2015 Speaker
José FogliaDr José Foglia MD

Dr Foglia grew up and was educated in Punta del Este and in Montevideo where he attended the Deutsche Schule.
He graduated in 1979 as a doctor from the Medical School of Montevideo and specialized in General Surgery and Hemotherapy. He also became interested in acupuncture and other health-related therapies. For 5 years he taught Biology and Pathophysiology at The School of Nursing.
He joined the Theosophical Society in 1978 and became interested in the teaching of Jiddu Krishnamurti who he met on his trips to India. Following these visits he decided to travel to various countries to learn about other cultures and ancient civilizations.
In 1983 he moved to Montpellier in France for 3 years to study General Surgery and related techniques in Hemotherapy. In 1987 he moved to Rome Italy to continue his medical studies at the Catholic University Medical Faculty and subsequently stayed in Europe until 1996.
On returning to Montevideo he dedicated his time to studying the link between the psyche and the body. While at the Faculty of Medicine of Punta del Este he continued his studies graduating in psychoneuroendocrineimmunology in 2012. He published his monograh on 'The Neurophysiology of Meditation'.
From 2002 to 2010 he researched and published a book, 'Homo Lux'. Currently Dr Foglia is working to investigate the human potential and developing a new approach to medicine.

2015 - Neuroplasticity - Epigenetic - Nutrition

Any man could, if he were so inclined, be the sculptor of his own brain: Santiago Ramon y Cajal (1852-1934) Considered by many to be the father of modern Neuroscience.

We can reinvent our brains and (there by ourselves) through neuroplasticity. Our brain undergoes daily renovations to adapt to our ever changing world. The brain, with its neuroplastericity has the ability to modify its structures and neural mechanisms. Changes in brain function occur as the brain re-wires itself in response to new demands placed on it by the external environment. The brain is also capable of changing its’ structure by its own decision and conscious will.

It has an extraordinary capacity to learn, unlearn and relearn. The Central Executive takes the decisions in our lives and plans strategies to achieve our goals. The mammalian brain introduces the affective tone and the polarity pleasure –pain that conditions the human behaviour with motivation. Consequently ,to escape from the crisis of abstinence we become dependant on the Reward System . This vicious circle provokes a metabolic disorder for example, obesity ,Type 2 diabetes and hypercholesterolemia. Awareness in our nutritional habits requires us to be free of the mechanism of dependence. Homo sapiens must transcend motivation and focus their nutritional habits to create a healthy attitude to life.

A person planting a thought , reap an action, sow an action, reap a habit sow a habit, reap a character sow a character reap a destiny Swami Sivananda (1887-1963) One of the great Yoga Masters of India

Home | BSAAM's Organizer | BSAAM's Sponsor | Contact Us
BSAAM's Anti Ageing Conference London, 38 Regent on the River
William Morris Way London SW6 2UT, United Kingdom
Tel: +44 (0)79 7317 3478  Fax: +44 (0)20 7491 0410
Emails :