Live longer, better, and healthier with PLAIS.

PrimeLife AI Solutions (PLAIS) is the ultimate destination for your personalized longevity and anti-aging needs.

At PLAIS, we use the latest AI technology to help you create a personalized longevity plan that is tailored to your individual needs and goals. We believe that everyone deserves to live a long, healthy, and fulfilling life, and we are committed to helping you achieve your longevity goals.

Our personalized longevity plans are based on five key areas:


We tailor our plans to your individual needs and goals, taking into account your genetics, biomarkers, and other factors

Lifestyle enhancement

We help you adopt healthy lifestyle habits, such as eating a healthy diet, exercising regularly, and managing stress

 characterized by loss of muscle mass and function that leads to frailty and disability. Resistance training also improves your bone health, by increasing bone density and preventing osteoporosis3.

Epigenetic reprogramming

We help you reverse the epigenetic changes that occur with aging and restore the information in your cells that is lost or changed during aging. This means you can look younger, feel more energetic, and prevent age-related diseases.

Metabolic Optimization

We help you improve how your body uses food for energy and optimize your metabolism for longevity.

Cellular rejuvenation

We help you get rid of old or damaged cells that cause problems as you age and promote the growth of new, healthy cells.

How to Live Longer and Better: Science-Based Tips

We all want to live longer and better, but how can we achieve this goal? There are many factors that affect our longevity and well-being, such as genetics, lifestyle, environment, and medical care. However, there are also some simple and effective ways that we can improve our longevity and well-being, based on the latest scientific research.


Fasting is a practice of abstaining from food or drink for a certain period of time. There are different types of fasting, such as intermittent fasting, which involves alternating between periods of eating and fasting. Fasting has been shown to increase lifespan and improve health markers in animals and humans. For example, a study found that intermittent fasting improved insulin sensitivity, reduced inflammation, and protected against age-related cognitive decline in adults.


Exercise is well-established to have a wide range of health benefits, including reducing the risk of chronic diseases, improving mental health, and increasing lifespan. For example, a study found that adults who exercised regularly were less likely to die from all causes, including heart disease, stroke, and


Heat exposure has been shown to have a number of health benefits, including improving cardiovascular health, reducing inflammation, and promoting longevity. For example, a study found that adults who used the sauna regularly had a lower risk of death from all causes, including heart disease and stroke.


Cold exposure has also been shown to have a number of health benefits, including improving immune function, reducing inflammation, and promoting longevity. For example, a study found that cold exposure activated brown fat, which is a type of fat that burns calories to produce heat. This suggests that cold exposure may help to promote weight loss and improve metabolic health.


Estrogen is essential for women’s health and well-being. It plays a role in a wide range of bodily functions, such as bone health, reproductive health, and cardiovascular health. Estrogen levels decline naturally with age, which can lead to a number of symptoms and diseases. Estrogen replacement therapy can help to relieve these symptoms and protect against age-related diseases such as osteoporosis and dementia.

These are just some ways that you can boost your longevity and well-being. However, they are not magic bullets and they may not work for everyone. Therefore, it is important to consult your doctor before trying any of these methods and to follow their advice. Remember that longevity and well-being are not only determined by what you do but also by how you feel. So, find what works for you and enjoy your life!


The Best Habit for Health and Longevity

If you want to live a long and healthy life, there is one habit that you should never neglect: exercise. Exercise is not only good for your body, but also for your mind and mood. It can help you prevent and manage many chronic diseases, such as diabetes, heart disease, cancer, and dementia. It can also improve your quality of life, by enhancing your strength, balance, mobility, and cognitive function.

Aerobic Exercise: The Heart of Longevity

Aerobic exercise is any activity that makes your heart beat faster and your lungs work harder, such as walking, running, cycling, swimming, or dancing. Aerobic exercise improves your cardiovascular health, by lowering your blood pressure, cholesterol, and inflammation. It also boosts your metabolism, by burning calories and fat. And it stimulates your brain, by increasing blood flow and oxygen delivery.

Resistance Training: The Muscle of Longevity

Resistance training is any activity that makes your muscles work against a force, such as lifting weights, doing push-ups, or using resistance bands. Resistance training builds and maintains your muscle mass and strength, which tend to decline with age. This can help you prevent and treat sarcopenia, a condition characterized by loss of muscle mass and function that leads to frailty and disability. Resistance training also improves your bone health, by increasing bone density and preventing osteoporosis3.

The Best of Both Worlds: Combining Aerobic and Resistance Training

If you want to maximize your health and longevity potential, you should combine aerobic and resistance training in your weekly routine. This way, you can enjoy the benefits of both types of exercise for your heart, brain, muscles, bones, and metabolism. Studies have shown that people who do both aerobic and resistance training have lower rates of mortality and disease than people who do only one or none7.

The Bottom Line: Exercise Is Essential for Longevity

Exercise is not only a way to stay fit and active, but also a way to stay alive and well. Exercise can help you prevent many age-related diseases and conditions, as well as improve your mental and physical function. Exercise can also make you happier and more resilient to stress.

If you take care of your health through exercise, there is a huge potential for aging well. But exercise alone is not enough. You also need to eat a balanced diet that provides enough protein and other nutrients for your muscles and organs. Research has shown that exercise encourages healthier eating8, by reducing cravings for unhealthy foods and increasing appetite for healthy foods.

So don’t wait any longer. Start exercising today and enjoy the benefits for the rest of your life!

Eating Behavior

Being Hungry is really good for you.

Intermittent Fasting

Intermittent fasting whether it be for 12 or 16 hours per day, or an entire 24 hour period appears to be beneficial for longevity.

Calorie restriction has , amongst other things, the effect of reducing core body temperature. This activates the mitochondria to increase cellular energy, and could help humans live longer and healthier lives.


with temperatures between -110 and -166°F induces stress on the body and the sirtuins work better, especially in the brown fat in the abdominal and back areas. Cold appears to turn on the longevity genes. 

Hot vs. Cold

No sauna studies have shown convincingly that temporary heat exposure may be good for us, but a study from Finland in a group of more than 2300 middle-age men for more than 20 years showed that those who used the sauna with great frequency-up, to seven times  per week, enjoyed a two fold drop in heart disease, fatal heart attacks, and all- cause mortality over those who heat-bathed once per week.