A number of determining factors are studied in a

bid to keep patients active and healthy: economic

factors, social behaviour, physical environment,

proximity of health services, etc.

The human body is at its peak at age 25, and

the age at which all its metabolisms break down is

50: mid-life. So, what factors affect longevity?

1. Intelligence: If you develop your intelligence,

you are better able to adapt to your environment.

2. Social status: If you have a good social life, you

are more productive. 3. Hormones: Treating the

menopause or andropause can help you avoid

many ailments. 4. Security: A peaceful environment

lowers your stress levels. 5. Physical activity: Vital,

whatever form its takes!

“We can control how we age, our genes. The most

common causes of death could be avoided in 50%

of cases: cancer, diabetes, stroke, Alzheimer’s,

suicide. With iPaam, we closely monitor the following

parameters: physical activity, energy absorbed,

emotions, food supplements and targeted medicines,

genetics, etc.” explains Dr Claude Dalle.

We all want to live a long life, but living a long and

healthy life is even better!

Integrative medicine is developing rapidly. Now, a

heap of certified codes have been developed that are

designed to keep our body and mind as healthy as

possible. iPaam uses all of the data available all over

the world.

Life expectancy is on the increase all over the globe,

apart from in Europe. Why? Because, in Europe, we have

not yet adopted preventative medicine. “We wait until

we’re ill to get treatment,” says Dr Claude Dalle. “iPaam

will primarily be used to reduce morbidity and lengthen

life expectancy while maintaining a good quality of life.

This is the aim of contemporary medicine.”

iPaam is a type of P4 medicine: predictive (what

might happen in the future), preventative (how to

pre-empt any risk factors), participative (the patient

is aware of the health parameters that will be useful

to them) and personalised (namely through data

collection, the famous “big data”). The intended goal

is homeostasis: improving the human body, helping

it to repair itself, and eliminating any aging cells.

“In 2050, more than 5 million French people

will be over the age of 85. Life expectancy for

65-year-olds is now 20 years: 10 years with variable

health and 10 years with decreasing independence.

Women can expect to be in good health until

they are 64.1 years old, while for men it drops

to 62.7 years. 50% of cancers occur over the age

of 70. But, we can alter these figures: genetic

factors only count for 25% and some believe that

we are nearer to 8% for purely genetic factors, the

rest being epigenetic (gene modification by the

environment),” explains Dr Eric Plot. He says,

“This is where the notion of exposome comes

in, that is, all of the things we are exposed to as

humans. This goes a long way towards explaining

how we age: climate change, endocrine disruptors,

pesticides, etc. iPaam seeks to address these

environmental factors and help us put some

preventative measures in place.”

iPaam is a connected platform available to doctors

who want to offer their patients a comprehensive

anti-aging consultation. iPaam represents more

than 30 years of knowledge integrated into

an advanced diagnostic tool that is correlated

with artificial intelligence programmes.



2019 | ANTI AGE MAGAZINE #36 • 145

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