Will this ‘secret capsule’ protect American soldiers from old age?
AUSTIN, Texas: The US Special Operations Command (SOCOM) is preparing to test a “secret capsule” under a plan that could keep US troops in good health and prevent aging.
The experiments are part of the Pentagon’s broad-based program aimed at improving the overall performance of soldiers while slowing down their aging and trauma.
According to the Breaking Defense website, Sokom spokesman Commander Tim Hawkins said preliminary research on the dosage and safety of the drug, which is given in capsule form, has been completed, while tests on US troops have been completed. Will be started from the financial year 2022.
The fiscal year 2022 in the United States will begin on October 1, 2021, meaning that the trials are expected to begin by the end of this year.
The capsule has been developed in collaboration with Metro Biotech, a private US biotechnology company. The Pentagon has spent 28 2.8 million since the study began in 2018.
What is in this capsule that improves health and prevents aging? In response, Metrobiotech has maintained complete silence, while the US military has not made it clear.
However, the information so far suggests that it is a ‘nutraceutical’ food containing small biological molecules.
The capsule, possibly made by Metrobiotics, contains some molecules that are “essential for the proper functioning of all living cells.”
It is also said that the Pentagon’s secret capsule helps maintain the function of the cell’s ‘power house’, the mitochondria, which not only improves health but also slows down and slows down the effects of aging.