Debunk Myths on Healthy Longevity Supplements

Curious about the evidence surrounding healthy longevity supplements and which ones are suitable for you? Let's explore these questions together with the experts in the field!

Join us at the

Healthy Longevity Supplements

Open Day

Saturday, March 2nd 2024

9.30am - 1.00pm

@ Shaw Foundation Alumni House, NUS

11 Kent Ridge Dr, Singapore 119244

Come visit us to...

1. Receive in-depth insights from industry experts and thought leaders who will break down the evidence regarding healthy longevity supplements to provide valuable knowledge for informed decision-making.

2. Interact with local and regional companies discussing their healthy longevity supplements.

3. Network with like-minded individuals and be a part of a community of health enthusiasts, fostering a supportive environment where you can share experiences, ideas, and strategies for a healthier, more vibrant lifestyle.

4. Be the first to know about the latest advancements in healthy longevity medicine. Stay informed about cutting-edge research and innovations that could potentially redefine the way we approach healthy ageing, giving you a head start!

Best of all... Registration is free!

Myth or fact?

Supplement labels are always accurate?

Supplements can be effective in optimizing health. However, some supplements may not live up to their apparent claims. A study conducted on 30 immune-health dietary supplements bought online revealed that 17 of them had inaccurate labels. Among these, 13 were misbranded, and 9 contained undisclosed components.

Myth or fact?

It is easy to achieve normal vitamin D levels?

Low vitamin D levels is common among individuals living in Singapore, especially among indoor workers. Considering this, vitamin D supplements may serve as a complement to one's lifestyle.

 Myth or fact?

All Supplements Are Unsafe and Unregulated?

Dietary supplements are regulated for safety and quality. The Health Services Authority oversees this through laws such as the Medicines Act (Chapter 176), ensuring manufacturers meet high-quality standards. How do you know which supplements are safe?


9:30 a.m.–11:30 a.m.

Lectures and discussions with the experts

Prof. Andrea Maier, MD, FRACP, PhD

Prof. Andrea Maier, MD, FRACP, PhD

Oon Chiew Seng Professor in Medicine and Functional Ageing, National University of Singapore

SPEAKER : 9.30am to 10.00am

What is aging, and how can we age in a healthy way?

Prof. Andrea will provide insights on aging and age-related diseases, drawing from her extensive research. Explore practical interventions and the role supplements can play in promoting a healthier aging process.

Dr Naras Lapsys, MSc, PhD, APD, ACAAM, ABAAHP

Dr Naras Lapsys, MSc, PhD, APD, ACAAM, ABAAHP

Chief Clinical Officer at Chi Longevity, Singapore and Senior Dietitian

SPEAKER: 10.00am to 10.30am

What are healthy longevity supplements?

Explore the world of dietary supplements with Dr. Naras as he breaks down their significance to one's health. Gain insights into the contents, benefits, and practical considerations of dietary supplements for promoting longevity.

Prof Hans Meij MBA, PhD

Prof Hans Meij MBA, PhD

Chair of Outpatients division; Director Academy for Healthy Longevity, NUS Singapore


Discussion and Q&A: Debunking common myths on healthy longevity supplements

[10:45am - 11:30am]

Dr Ryan Ware MBBS, MRCS, MMed

Dr Ryan Ware MBBS, MRCS, MMed

Co-founder, Chief Medical Officer, Mito Health.


Discussion and Q&A: Debunking common myths on healthy longevity supplements.

[10:45am - 11:30am]

Dr Leonard Leng, MBBS, MMed

Dr Leonard Leng, MBBS, MMed

Family Physician, Lifestyle Medicine, ATA Medical


Discussion and Q&A: Debunking common myths on healthy longevity supplements.

[10:45am - 11:30am]

Kamonlawan Chomchopbun, PhD

Dr Kamonlawan Chomchopbun, PhD

Product Manager  & Market Access Lead, Nalagenetics


Discussion and Q&A: Debunking common myths on healthy longevity supplements.

[10:45am - 11:30am]

Dr Jonas John Posko Amalaraj

Dr Jonas John Posko Amalaraj

Research Assistant, Centre for Healthy Longevity, NUS Singapore



11:30 a.m.–1:00 p.m.

Tea, coffee and networking with sponsors and healthy longevity researchers at our booths:

Silver Open Day Sponsors

Bronze Open Day Sponsors


Media and other partners

This event is powered by the National University of Singapore

The NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine is Singapore’s first and largest medical school. The school is the oldest institution of higher learning in the National University of Singapore and a founding institutional member of the National University Health System. It is one of the leading medical schools in Asia and ranks among the best in the world (Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2024 by subject and the Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) World University Rankings by subject 2023).

Interested in other events?

 Group of young business people working together in creative office. Selective focus.

NUS Intensive Course on Healthy Longevity

26th February to 28th February, 2024.

Join a power-packed 3-day course that will immerse you in cutting-edge knowldege in Healthy Longevity Medicine, and unparalleled networking opportunities.

This isn't a typical lecture series; it's your doorway to immersive conversations with the world's leading academics and entrepreneurs.

high-angle photography of group of people sitting at chairs

Unlock Healthy Longevity: Supplements Conference 2024

29th February to 1st March, 2024.

This inaugural global scientific conference brings together academics and thought leaders in the field of Healthy Longevity Medicine from around the world. The focus is on presenting the latest evidence concerning the role of supplements as a geroprotective intervention.

More info
Indian young business people businessman freelancer working outdoors chaise lounge on the beach with laptop.two successful friends freelancing surfing remote work summer vacation in tropical paradise.

NUS Healthy Longevity Talent Incubator 2024

10th June to 21st June, 2024. 

Are you a Master's/Ph.D. student or an early-career professionals (with 1–2 years of work experience) who has a strong interest in creating a better future of healthcare for everybody.

Join the Healthy Longevity Talent Incubator to be a part of the next-generation leaders in healthy longevity.

More info

Contact Us Today

Feel free to reach out to us using the contact form below. We are here to answer any questions you may have and provide you with the information you need.

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.