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In this episode Dr Verburgh talks about his thoughts on the escape velocity of aging and what it might mean for humanity. Nutrigerontology: why we need a new scientific discipline to develop diets and guidelines to reduce the risk of aging-related diseases And is available here: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/25470422/ Dr Kris Verburgh is a medica…
 
In this episode Dr Verburgh talks about developments in using mobile phones as a diagnostic device. Dr Kris Verburgh is a medical doctor and researcher at the Free University of Brussels where his focus is the aging process, metabolism and nutrition. He published his first book when he was 16 and his latest is the Longevity Code. Dr Verburgh is a c…
 
In this episode Dr Verburgh talks about some of the upcoming technologies which will impact the longevity space in the coming years, including improvements in gene editing and epigenetics. Dr Kris Verburgh is a medical doctor and researcher at the Free University of Brussels where his focus is the aging process, metabolism and nutrition. He publish…
 
In this episode Dr Verburgh talks about how to optimise our micronutrient intake. This is not simple as it is sometimes difficult to know whether you have sufficient of certain micronutrients just by looking at the blood. Dr Kris Verburgh is a medical doctor and researcher at the Free University of Brussels where his focus is the aging process, met…
 
In this episode Dr Verburgh talks what are the key elements of a longevity diet. Dr Verburgh first wrote a paper on this subject in 2015, which introduced the term Nutrigerontology. The paper is: Nutrigerontology: why we need a new scientific discipline to develop diets and guidelines to reduce the risk of aging-related diseases And is available he…
 
In this episode Dr Verburgh talks about his three (well, he cheats a bit and squeezes in 5!) supplements for aging. Dr Kris Verburgh is a medical doctor and researcher at the Free University of Brussels where his focus is the aging process, metabolism and nutrition. He published his first book when he was 16 and his latest is the Longevity Code. Dr…
 
In this episode Dr Verburgh talks about the founding of NOVOS and why NMN was their choice for the NAD booster Dr Kris Verburgh is a medical doctor and researcher at the Free University of Brussels where his focus is the aging process, metabolism and nutrition. He published his first book when he was 16 and his latest is the Longevity Code. Dr Verb…
 
In this episode Dr Naiman talks about the three forms of exercise, walking, resistance and cardio, trading intensity for duration and the importance of VO2max. Dr. Ted Naiman is a board-certified Family Medicine physician in the department of Primary Care at a leading medical center in Seattle. His personal research and medical practice are focused…
 
In this episode Dr Naiman talks about metabolic health and how it is the same thing as body composition and what we can do to have the best metabolic health. Dr. Ted Naiman is a board-certified Family Medicine physician in the department of Primary Care at a leading medical center in Seattle. His personal research and medical practice are focused o…
 
Dr. Ted Naiman is a board-certified Family Medicine physician in the department of Primary Care at a leading medical center in Seattle. His personal research and medical practice are focused on the practical implementation of diet and exercise for health optimization. He is the author of ‘The PE Diet’. In the book Dr Naiman explains the protein to …
 
In this episode Dr Naiman talks how protein is absorbed into the body, what would be a good eating pattern and the difference between plant and animal proteins. Dr. Ted Naiman is a board-certified Family Medicine physician in the department of Primary Care at a leading medical center in Seattle. His personal research and medical practice are focuse…
 
In this episode Dr Naiman talks about how mTOR is activated and why our metabolic health is of much greater importance than the amount of protein that we eat. Dr. Ted Naiman is a board-certified Family Medicine physician in the department of Primary Care at a leading medical center in Seattle. His personal research and medical practice are focused …
 
In this episode Dr Naiman provides a more practical view on the PE Diet. What P:E ratio we should aim for, what is an optimal protein intake and how to find the P:E ratio for various foods. Dr. Ted Naiman is a board-certified Family Medicine physician in the department of Primary Care at a leading medical center in Seattle. His personal research an…
 
In this episode Dr Naiman talks about his personal journey through various diets to his formulation of the PE Diet. Dr Ted Naiman is a board-certified Family Medicine physician in the department of Primary Care at a leading medical center in Seattle. His personal research and medical practice are focused on the practical implementation of diet and …
 
In this episode Dr Cohen talks about the current interventions that he sees as having the most potential but also about the need for precision medicine as there are many causes for Alzheimer's, diabetes etc. and to treat the disease we need to understand the underlying cause. This also would involve changes in the way trials are run, to be able to …
 
In this video Dr Cohen talks CohBar, a company that he co-founded with Professor Nir Barzilai and some of the work they are doing, as well as the latest developments in his lab. He also discusses the need for precision medicine in addressing diseases of aging. Mitochondrial DNA variation in Alzheimer’s disease reveals a unique microprotein called S…
 
In this video Dr Cohen talks about how mitochondria age and how they are not all the same but different in each tissue. Mitochondrial DNA variation in Alzheimer’s disease reveals a unique microprotein called SHMOOSE https://www.nature.com/articles/s41380-022-01769-3 Professor Pinchas Cohen is the dean of the USC Leonard Davis School of Gerontology.…
 
In this episode Dr Cohen talks about humanin, SHLEP2 and MTOS-c, how these impact our health, how this varies with ethnicity and age. Professor Pinchas Cohen is the dean of the USC Leonard Davis School of Gerontology. He is a pioneer in the emerging science of mitochondria-derived peptides and their possible therapeutic benefits for diabetes, Alzhe…
 
In this episode Dr Cohen talks about SHMOOZE a new MDP that his lab has discovered and recently published a paper on. He also discusses SNPs, mutations in the MOTS-c and Humanin genome which impacts their peptides with knock on effects on diabetes and cognitive decline. Professor Pinchas Cohen is the dean of the USC Leonard Davis School of Gerontol…
 
In this episode Dr Cohen talks about mitochondria, the discovery of the peptides they create and some of the benefits that they provide. It seems that the micro-proteins are also not only restricted to the mitochondria and are also made in the nucleus. Professor Pinchas Cohen is the dean of the USC Leonard Davis School of Gerontology. He is a pione…
 
In this episode Dr Cohen talks about why he started studying aging, his views on IGF-1 and his theory of why we age. Professor Pinchas Cohen is the dean of the USC Leonard Davis School of Gerontology. He is a pioneer in the emerging science of mitochondria-derived peptides and their possible therapeutic benefits for diabetes, Alzheimer's and other …
 
In this episode Dr Katz talk about how the quality of our food has changed in the past and how the concerns of the younger generation may impact it in the future. Dr Katz was an early proponent of preventative medicine and is the founder and former president of the Yale-Griffin Prevention Research Center. As well as appearing on ABC News and Good M…
 
In this episode Dr Katz talks the company has formed and the tool that it has created with the aim of providing a quick and easy way to measure your diet quality and find steps to improve it. Dr Katz was an early proponent of preventative medicine and is the founder and former president of the Yale-Griffin Prevention Research Center. As well as app…
 
In this episode Dr Katz talks about his personal protocol for longevity and the reasons that he follows it. Dr Katz was an early proponent of preventative medicine and is the founder and former president of the Yale-Griffin Prevention Research Center. As well as appearing on ABC News and Good Morning America he has written 13 books including The Tr…
 
In this episode Dr Katz talks about whether, even with a healthy whole food diet, we should also include supplements and what those should be. Dr Katz was an early proponent of preventative medicine and is the founder and former president of the Yale-Griffin Prevention Research Center. As well as appearing on ABC News and Good Morning America he ha…
 
Dr Katz was an early proponent of preventative medicine and is the founder and former president of the Yale-Griffin Prevention Research Center. As well as appearing on ABC News and Good Morning America he has written 13 books including The Truth About Food and How to eat. He is the founder and CEO of Diet ID a company that makes a tool to help meas…
 
In this episode Dr Katz talks a specific study comparing a Mediterranean to a keto diet and also discusses diet study design and why so many are pre-decided. We also talk about calorie restriction and intermittent fasting. Dr Katz was an early proponent of preventative medicine and is the founder and former president of the Yale-Griffin Prevention …
 
In this episode Dr Katz talks about his path to preventative medicine and how important it is. We then get into the number one modifiable cause of chronic diseases which is diet. Dr Katz was an early proponent of preventative medicine and is the founder and former president of the Yale-Griffin Prevention Research Center. As well as appearing on ABC…
 
In this episode Professor Furman shares his personal protocol to stay healthy and have low inflammation and talks about where the longevity industry is going and where he thinks it should put its focus. Dr. David Furman is the Director of the Stanford 1000 Immunomes Project, Chief of the Center for AI and Data Science of Aging at the Buck Institute…
 
Edifice Health aim not to only measure inflammatory age but to also to provide supplements and suggest actions to improve it. In this episode we talk about how these will be determined and some of the future direction. We also talk about the anti-inflammatory nature of caffeine. Dr. David Furman is the Director of the Stanford 1000 Immunomes Projec…
 
In this episode Dr Furman discusses the Stanford 1000 immunome project, the company that he set up to commercialize the iAge test, Edifice Health and the test itself. Dr. David Furman is the Director of the Stanford 1000 Immunomes Project, Chief of the Center for AI and Data Science of Aging at the Buck Institute for Research on Aging, and a Adjunc…
 
In this episode Dr Furman discusses what are the chief components of that make up the iAge clock and how they differ from the markers of acute inflammation. In particular CXCL9 is the main element of the iAge clock while classic marker of inflammation such as CRP, IL-6, TNF-alpha do not appear at all. Dr. David Furman is the Director of the Stanfor…
 
Dr. David Furman is the Director of the Stanford 1000 Immunomes Project, Chief of the Center for AI and Data Science of Aging at the Buck Institute for Research on Aging, and a Adjunct Investigator for The National Scientific and Research Council, Austral University, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Dr. Furman received his Ph.D. (summa cum laude) from Univ…
 
In this episode Dr Furman discusses chronic inflammation and how it differs from acute inflammation. Dr. David Furman is the Director of the Stanford 1000 Immunomes Project, Chief of the Center for AI and Data Science of Aging at the Buck Institute for Research on Aging, and a Adjunct Investigator for The National Scientific and Research Council, A…
 
In this episode Dr Kaufmann talks about her personal protocol, how many supplements she takes (52) and some of the more advanced therapies that she uses, such as exosomes. Sandra Kaufmann, is a cell biologist who for the last seven years has been the Chief of Pediatric Anesthesia at the Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital. She is also the founder of t…
 
In this episode Dr Kaufmann talks about supplements and eye drops for aging eyes, including carnosine eye drops which may be able to reverse long sight. Sandra Kaufmann, is a cell biologist who for the last seven years has been the Chief of Pediatric Anesthesia at the Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital. She is also the founder of the Kaufmann Antiagi…
 
In this episode Dr Kaufmann talks about supplements, that can be used to address loss of hair and loss of hair colour, including Ecklonia Cava a supplement from Japanese seaweed. We also cover sarcopenia where the supplements are leucine, collagen, resveratrol or pterostilbene and a source of nicotinamide, such as NMN or NR. Sandra Kaufmann, is a c…
 
In this episode Dr Kaufmann talks about the her list of required supplements for those who are over 40. This has the 5 from her original book, Pterostilbene, Astaxanthin, Nicotinamide, Carnosine, Curcumin. To which she has now added Quercetin, Lactoferrin and Spermidine. We also discuss some of them in more detail, touching on rapamycin and deliver…
 
In this episode Dr Kaufmann talks about her system for rating molecules for their efficacy based on the scientific evidence available. She also discusses her new book which extends from her first book and adds more supplements to the list. Sandra Kaufmann, is a cell biologist who for the last seven years has been the Chief of Pediatric Anesthesia a…
 
In this video Dr Kaufmann provides an introduction of what led her to start studying aging and the process that she used to develop her 7 tenets. She then goes through the tenets explaining what each one is. She uses the analogy of a factory to show how the pieces fit together. Sandra Kaufmann, is a cell biologist who for the last seven years has b…
 
In this episode Dr Longo talks the diet and exercise for longevity and whether it is necessary to exercise when fasting. He also shares his own longevity protocol Valter Longo, PhD, is a professor of gerontology and biological sciences and the director of the Longevity Institute at the University of Southern California’s Leonard Davis School of Ger…
 
In this episode Dr Longo talks about the best timing for intermittent fasting, which he says is 12/12 and why 16/8 is not optimal. We also talk about eating patterns during the feeding window. Valter Longo, PhD, is a professor of gerontology and biological sciences and the director of the Longevity Institute at the University of Southern California…
 
In this episode Dr Longo talks about how the fast mimicking diet can be used either in combination with other interventions or on its own to treat the major diseases of aging. He also covers progress towards getting the FMD approved as a drug by the FDA. Valter Longo, PhD, is a professor of gerontology and biological sciences and the director of th…
 
In this episode Dr. Longo talks about some of the practical aspects of the FMD, such as how often it should be followed and compares its benefits to those of exercise. Valter Longo, PhD, is a professor of gerontology and biological sciences and the director of the Longevity Institute at the University of Southern California’s Leonard Davis School o…
 
In this episode Dr. Longo talks about the benefits of the FMD and who it is most appropriate for. Valter Longo, PhD, is a professor of gerontology and biological sciences and the director of the Longevity Institute at the University of Southern California’s Leonard Davis School of Gerontology. Professor Longo has thirty years of experience in the f…
 
In this episode Dr. Longo talks about his views on fasting and provides an introduction of what the FMD is and why it was first created. Valter Longo, PhD, is a professor of gerontology and biological sciences and the director of the Longevity Institute at the University of Southern California’s Leonard Davis School of Gerontology. Professor Longo …
 
In this episode Dr Tanzi discusses whether Alzheimer's and other brain diseases are happening at a younger age and why that might be, along with his own protocol to maintaining a young and healthy mind! Dr. Rudolph Tanzi is the Director of the Genetics and Aging Research Unit, Co-Director of the McCance Center for Brain Health, Co-Director of the M…
 
In this episode Dr Tanzi talks about some of the future potential options are to treat Alzheimer's once it has started and neural inflammation has set in. Dr. Rudolph Tanzi is the Director of the Genetics and Aging Research Unit, Co-Director of the McCance Center for Brain Health, Co-Director of the Mass General Institute for Neurodegenerative Dise…
 
In this episode Professor Tanzi talks about SHIELD, his acronym for the things that you can do to protect your brain. S - Sleep, H - Handle Stress, I - Interactions with friends, E - Exercise, L - Learn new things and D - Diet and we dive into detail on a few of them. Dr. Rudolph Tanzi is the Director of the Genetics and Aging Research Unit, Co-Dir…
 
In this episode Professor Tanzi talks about the causes of Alzheimer's, from the plaques and tangles to neural inflammation, and what treatments exist for these symptoms. Dr. Rudolph Tanzi is the Director of the Genetics and Aging Research Unit, Co-Director of the McCance Center for Brain Health, Co-Director of the Mass General Institute for Neurode…
 
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