A place of the future where you can turn back the clock.
Instead of standard coffee, Healthy Longevity Cafe incorporates health and longevity into its menu. What does this mean in practice? Visitors have access to diagnostic testing and a team of experts right in the cafe.
All this combined with the possibility to purchase scientifically proven food supplements and enjoy high-quality meals that meet individual nutritional needs.
The café is part of the Czech venture capital fund Longevitytech.Fund (LTF), founded by Petr Šrámek, which invests in companies and technologies focused on longevity – extending the active lifespan of human beings.
Yet, the offerings of the café go beyond just Booster Coffee (including its soothing decaffeinated alternative, Calm Dawn Coffee) and a diverse selection of superfoods, vitamin shots, and balanced lunch menus.
Upstairs, a team of expert physicians and nutritionists provide diagnostic services, catering to the holistic well-being of their patrons.
The examination included a personal consultation and the use of advanced diagnostic methods. Uncovering stress levels, lung capacity, heart health, and detailed body composition analysis including muscle, fat, and water content.
From the flexibility of your skin to DNA analysis from saliva and blood tests, all leading to tailored recommendations for improving your overall well-being.
The Healthy Longevity Café offers a basic examination package for just under two thousand Czech koruna, while the advanced option, including DNA testing and blood analysis, approaches the twenty-thousand mark. Upon receiving the results from the advanced package, the “café” provides clients with an extensive two-hundred-page report, condensed into a concise four-page summary.
Following the report, personalized recommendations and additional comprehensive tests are offered. In a new initiative, the longevity café introduces a subscription program, where participants undergo examinations over a period of six to twelve months, allowing them to receive a two-phase evaluation of their progress towards improved health.
“Healthy Longevity Café serves as our way to fine-tune the concept of the pilot café we are launching in Florida,” explains Petr Šráme.
According to him, public awareness is lacking when it comes to the evidence already available that aging can be slowed down. However, he anticipates an “interface moment” in the near future when the general public will gain access to this new technology and understanding will increase.
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