Elysium Health

Anti-aging pills

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Eric Marcotulli
@eric_marcotulli · Founder/CEO of Elysium Health
Eric Marcotulli, CEO of Elysium Health here. I appreciate the thoughts and ideas offered on this page, and I wanted to provide some of mine in return, as well as answer some of the questions that were outlined. Efficacy + Clinical Data. Elysium’s mission is to solve the biggest challenges in health. That cannot be done without conducting rigorous clinical r… See more
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Kumar Thangudu
@datarade · 2X Saas Founder + Angel Investor
Elysium Health is claiming to be more scientific than other supplements companies, but they are selling their products before doing the trials. This is a Nootrobox clone. Look at the team pedigree. Probably nice dudes, but they have no place in biochemistry. They'll never subject themselves to actual scientific scrutiny, because they know the entirety of t… See more
Ryan Hoover
@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
TechCrunch's @sarahbuhr just scooped their recent funding in the amount of $20m. From the article: "But are Elysium’s pills really the fountain of youth? Elysium claims its Basis product can do anything from helping you sleep better to repair your DNA, all leading up to a longer, healthier life. But the ingredients in these pills — a combination of nicotin… See more
Kumar Thangudu
@datarade · 2X Saas Founder + Angel Investor
The whole “sirtuins are important determinants of aging” field is looking more and more like a giant steaming pile of bad science, with Guarente/Sinclair at the helm. At some point we have to look beyond the place of work (Harvard/MIT), beyond the journals where most of this is published (Cell/Nature/Science), beyond the whole Boston VC/Biotech jumps of joy,… See more
Dimo Trifonov
@denull · Founder of @feeld
Whatever these pills do, I really don't trust them but I could see how some people will try the quick fix. I see how they are trying to hide their shady product behind a fancy brand. That page screams scam https://www.elysiumhealth.com/te...
Evan Kimbrell
@evankimbrell · Founder, Sprintkick
Interesting branding choice. But then again a meal replacement startup called themselves Soylent....