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The Longevity & Biohacking Show with Jason Hartman & Fernando Aires

A show created to inform listeners on the important aspects of health, wealth and happiness to ensure you live life to its fullest. Your host, Jason Hartman, interviews top notch authors and gurus in the field to reveal expert advice. Guest include: Dr. Charles Tandy, David Ewing Duncan, Dr. Joseph Maroon, Dr. Edmund Chein, Dr. Michael Mosley, Matt Fitzgerald, Dr. Norman Shealy, Ari Tulla, Budge Collinson, Luis Tijerina, Ben Greenfield, Dr. Brett Osborn, Ted Anton, Patrick Cox, Jenny Craig, and many more.
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Dec 26, 2014

Founder of Aging Backwards, Jackie Silver joins the show today. To talk about how to live long and stay looking young with Jason Hartman. 

Key Takeaways

01:12 – Studies on the brain showed that sleeping is not just for resting and dreaming, but help detox proteins that can cause Alzheimer. Catabolysis is also actived when one is asleep.

02:06 –  Eight hours of sleep is really the best way for your body to remove and heal the toxins that are store in your body.

03:21 – Melatonin a natural supplement that can help you get a good night's rest.

06:04 – Smell can change as people get older. Scientific studies also showed that certain scents can make people seem younger.

08:35 – Number one secret in keeping young is exercise, though that doesn't have to be an hours' worth of exercise.

11:42 – Number two is super-sizing your veggies and half sizing everything else.

14:20 – Volunteering is a great way to have a happy, healthy, and longer life.

20:10 – agingbackwards.com for the website and the final thought of aging backwards.

Mentioned in this episode

agingbackwards.com

 

volunteermatch.org

Dec 20, 2014

New York Times bestsellers Chris Crowley coauthor of Thinner This Year comes on the show to talk about the formula of a good healthy life with Jason Hartman.

Key Takeaways

01:35–  Revolution in behavior and aging, and the third act of life.

02:42–  A good life needs serious exercise to really change and eliminate inflammation.

04:37–  Sarcopenia reduced muscle mass and bone density but can thankfully be offset by strength training.

06:46–  Dr. Henry Lodge and Prof. Jen Sacheck both powerfully insist that supplements are not a good source for nutrients.

07:55– The body needs a broad spectrum of nutrients and staying away from prepared foods.

09:32– No scientific study has been done on paleo or gluten-free that showed they're not just another fad that go through anti-grain beliefs, despite the whole grain benefits.

12:19 –  thinnerthisyear.com and youngernextyear.com for information and books. 

Mentioned in this episode

Younger Next Year  byChris Crowley and Dr. Henry Lodge

Younger Next Year for Women  byChris Crowley and Dr. Harry Lodge 

Thinner This Year byChris Crowley and Prof. Jennifer Sacheck

 

www.tufts.edu/

Dec 20, 2014

Dr. Joel Fuhrman joins the show today. To talk about his bestseller book Eat to Live and how the American diet is destroying people's health with Jason Hartman.

Key Takeaways

01:23 – Eat to Live is the gold standard of diets styles and helps to prevent cancer naturally.

03:20 – The American diet is 52 percent of macronutrients foods which can be very harmful to health.

05:16– There's not a big difference between white meat and red meat despite what most people think.

07:24 – People who ate less animal products had lower IGF-1 which is a chemical that promote not only growth, but cancer as well.

13:51 – Having a rainbow color diet definitely improves the body immune system and would help against the high cancer rates.

17:06 – The breast cancer awareness has not put any money in the nutrition studies for preventing breast cancer. Our population seems to think that they can't live without processed junk foods and it makes it easier for the processed food merchandisers to make more money.

19:54 – Fantastic recipes for salad dressing.

22:08 – Healthy delicious desserts recipes.

25:22 – Juicing should be adjunction to your whole fruits and vegetables not the main source of them.

26:53 – http://www.drfuhrman.com/ for more great advice. Closing thoughts from Dr. Joel Fuhrman.

Mentioned in this episode

 

Eat to Live by Joel Fuhrman

Dec 20, 2014

Joining in today's episode is Dennis Kowalski, president of the Cryonics Institute to talk about cryogenics, and the process of cryonics, along with the glowing future of humankind with Jason Hartman.

Key Takeaways

01:09 – Cryonics has people in state of preservation that can last for decades, or even centuries until future medical technology can revive them.

03:38 – Vitrification is much like molasses on a cold day, it locks structures into place and helps preserved patients bodies.

05:25 –  Much like in the past, legally dead might not be consider legally dead in the future. And the process of preserving patients.

09:47 –  In an unlikely case that cryostats have a leak, the head will be last to dethaw. While body repair can be possible from even one cell. Personality repair without the brain is not.

11:56 –  Cryonics can wait a long time for technology advances to bring people back, but people like Ray Kurzweil believes the technology is moving quickly enough that what will happen in hundred years might actually be in twenty years.   

17:06 –  Nobody has ever showed that the laws of physics makes cryonics impossible, and if you pay close attention, there are verifications of cryonics concepts.

20:20 – www.cryonics.org/ has phone numbers and a lot more information. 

21:00 –  There will always be people arguing over new sciences, but as more people benefit from those sciences and it becomes common acceptable practice; they'll be a lot less.

23:10 –  Most likely because of Dolly the sheep, one does not hear too much on human cloning or cloning in general.

25:20 –Cryonics Institute member has been funding money for people to look for ways to freeze complex organs like kidneys in liquid nitrogen temperatures in-order for better transplant purposes.

Mentioned in this episode

The Law of Accelerating Returnsby Ray Kurzwei

 

Dolly the sheep

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