Jason Hartman talks with Dr. Douglas Vaughan about the biological process behind aging, senescence, and how people can understand it and age healthily. They also discuss a genetic mutation that was been discovered that could potentially help the process of aging.
1:30 - A background on the molecular fingerprint of aging and properly understanding the term, senescence
5:11 - The various ways aging can be measured, especially understanding telomeres
7:03 - A genetic mutation that is seemingly slowing the aging process and the study of an Amish community that seems to have this mutation
12:02 - What makes it a mutation rather than just genes?
Jason Hartman talks with Dr. Charles Brenner about metabolism, something called NAD and what it truly is and how it relates to you. He covers the science and even the testing behind it.
1:08 - A true understanding of what metabolism and NAD actually are.
4:14 - Why people generally gain weight, or have to work harder to keep it off, as we age.
6:44 - How being out of sync with nature can cause some of these issues.
9:38 - The role stress plays in your life, positive and negative, and how noise can increase stress.
14:05 - How to deal with NAD deficiencies.
20:24 - Some insight into the ethics of animal testing.