MIT scientist has created the "Fountain of Youth" pill

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BY: Susanna Perez, Buzz60

Let's face it, we will do anything to stop the aging process and look and feel younger. Expensive creams, juicing, or whatever Beyonce is doing to look flawless. But apparently, the future is here and a single pill will do its best to stop or at least delay that scary, invisible countdown clock we all fear.

Elysium Health might have discovered the fountain of youth, better yet created it. And with a group of six Nobel Prize winners on its board and Leonard Guarente, the scientist who has lead the Lab for the Science of Aging at MIT for 35 years as their Chief scientist, how can you not wanna take this pill??

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For a one time price of $60 you can receive in the mail a bottle of Basis: a pill described as "a daily health product designed to optimize and support your most critical metabolic systems," including "DNA repair," "Cellular detoxification," "Energy production," and "Protein function."

The pill has bypassed the FDA and its on the market. So swipe that card and get ready to feel forever young.

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