Dr.SHIVA LIVE: Discovering Nature’s Anti-Viral “Cocktails”: A CytoSolve Exclusive.
Dr.SHIVA LIVE: Kale & Cardiovascular Health and Much More.
mV25 – Momentum to Move
mV25™ was formulated using the CytoSolve® computational systems biology platform – a technology for Precision and Personalized Medicine – invented by Dr.SHIVA at MIT. This formulation results from computing billions of potential combinations to discover an optimal synergy of compounds that downregulate the biomarkers of pain and inflammation molecular pathways integrated from thousands of peer-reviewed scientific papers across 4 decades in 68 research institutions.
CytoSolve® OPTIMIZEDTM means this formula has been optimized to maximize efficacy and bioavailability while minimizing toxicity based on current research curated by CytoSolve®. As the science advances, so will this formulation. This is our promise.
Dr. Shiva Ayyadurai, MIT PhD
Systems Science Posts
Dr.SHIVA LIVE: A Conversation: Pro-Life & Pro-Choice. Call-In Show for Public Dialog – Beyond Left & Right.
A deep and immense love – a connection to those who value truth, freedom and health, is what compelled me as a 12-year-old boy to take on a big mission. That decision is what has governed my every action. I believe I owe it to you as a visitor to this site to share the particular moment and the events that set my course, which now lead me to you, perhaps, in our collective journey forward.
In 1975, I returned to visit my dear grandparents in my village Muhavur in deep South India. Five years earlier, I had left India for America on my seventh birthday in 1970, and it was on this trip back to India in 1975 that I chose my Dharma – my path. It is a moment that is etched in my soul – a moment I’ve shared with perhaps a handful of people. On that trip is when I realized the stark differences between America and India as well as the similarities of the hardworking farmers like my grandparents and the working class folks in New Jersey, where I was growing up in the towns of Paterson, Clifton and Lake Hiawatha.
When I was leaving India on that 1975 trip, my grandparents came to the train station to send me off. As I saw them through the window of the old caboose train, I saw them weeping – tears flowing. It was at that moment, as I too wept – I committed myself to becoming useful – an instrument of liberation for hard working, loving and honorable people like them – be they in India or America.
Civil Liberties Posts
Dr.Shiva Ayyadurai, MIT PhD - Inventor of Email, scientist, engineer, educator - Explains the infrastructure…
This is the first lawsuit to expose how the government censors U.S. citizens' speech on…