The Science of Longevity

Help the world live longer starts with the science

How you age is 7% genetics, 93% your lifestyle.
You decide.

According to the latest research1, our lifespan is determined by the way we live and think. No longer can we blame our lousy gene pool, when it comes to the way we age. If we want to live long, strong, and free of chronic diseases, we have to make simple adjustments to our lifestyles.

Little Things. Big Changes.
+3 years
Exercise 15 min a day, add 3 years to your life2
Heart
Regular napping reduces risk of death from heart disease by 37%3
Diet
Eating a healthy diet lowers your risk for cancer and heart disease4
+3 years
Lifestyle change may reverse aging in cells5
Scientifically validated approach and guidance

The Viv team of medical doctors, recognized wellness experts, and biomed researchers have wrapped all the latest research on healthy aging and scattered information out there into the science-based, actionable, easy-to-follow programs.

Step-by-step in a guided format without conflicting information, counting calories, deprivation dieting, or radical transformation.
VIV has done the hardest work for people - distilled the latest research into actionable programs. It’s packed with longevity tips and daily practical steps for users regarding healthy nutrition, exercise, and behavior.
Chong He, Ph.D., Biochemistry
Postdoc researcher at the Buck Institute for Research on Aging, Senior Scientist at Staidson BioPharma
Viv is a useful tool that summarizes the latest global research on healthy aging in plain, easy-to-understand English. Essentially, Viv is a personal longevity assistant on a smartphone which helps users to live longer, healthier and happier lives.
Viv mentor Brian Kennedy, Distinguished Professor of Biochemistry and Physiology
National University of Singapore
Viv made a great job of delivering evidence-based lifestyle recommendations in an easy and fun way. This app gathers and delivers the latest scientific evidence about lifestyle interventions that can prolong an active and healthy life.
Veronika Piskovatska, MD, Internal Medicine
Doctoral researcher, department of Heart surgery, University clinic Halle, Germany
500+ Scientific Sources

Every bit of information within the app is based on the latest scientific and medical breakthroughs from around the world. When VIV says ‘it does work’, it’s based on research and validation. Programs are based on more than 500+ scientific sources. All the scientific sources used are available in the app at the bottom of each article.

Proven Technlogy. Empowered people.

VIV doesn’t apply a one-size-fits-all approach. The app customizes your programs and life extension routines based on your behavior, areas of interest, personal problems, and abilities. As Viv knows you and your habits better, its AI-based (machine learning) algorithms will outline programs designed specifically for you.

References

1 Ruby, J. Graham, et al. “Estimates of the Heritability of Human Longevity Are Substantially Inflated due to Assortative Mating.” Genetics 210.3 (2018): 1109-1124.

2 Wen, Chi Pang, et al. "Minimum amount of physical activity for reduced mortality and extended life expectancy: a prospective cohort study." The Lancet 378.9798 (2011): 1244-1253.

3 "18 Secrets for a Longer Life." WebMD, https://www.webmd.com/healthy-aging/ss/slideshow-longer-life-secrets

4 Stacy Simon, "CDC: Lifestyle Changes Can Reduce Death From Top 5 Causes." American Cancer Society, https://www.cancer.org/latest-news/cdc-lifestyle-changes-can-reduce-death-from-top-5-causes.html

5 Bahar Gholipour, "Lifestyle Change May Reverse Aging in Cells." https://www.livescience.com/39691-lifestyle-change-reverse-ageing-cells.html