Ted Anton wrote the book The Longevity Seekers and speaks to Jason on some of the interesting developments that have happened in the longevity industry. He believes insulin is a huge predictor as to whether you'll live in your 100s or die in your 50s and explains how you can change the expression of your genes.
1:40 – Lab researchers discovered that they can extend the life of mice, worms, and flies by up to six times.
3:15 – Why can't we do this with humans?
8:50 – Ted believes the next major breakthrough will be in the next 25 years.
10:00 – If you eat right and exercise, you can change the expression of your genes.
11:45 – Ted lists some helpful resources that can help you stay up to date with the latest clinical trials.
15:40 – The highest thing you can do for your health is to have a strong circle of friends.
Mentioned In This Episode:
Nevery Say Die by Susan Jacoby
Quest for Immortality by Jay Olshansky
Frankenstein's Cat by Emily Anthes
Inactivity of youth, fast food meals and high sugar intake are sure to cause a shorter life expectancy in the future. Physical activity keeps the body healthy, the brain healthy and is your best preventative measure against disease and aging. Dr. Osborn talks about testosterone and hormone replacement therapy for both men and women.
[0:55] A Neurosurgeon’s guide to optimal health
[2:36] Physical training helps how?
[5:16] A shorter life expectancy
[6:58] Testosterone levels plummeting
[8:05] Testosterone supplementation
[10:41] Hormonally sensitive tumor
[11:48] Will the body keep producing?
[12:43] Coming off of testosterone
[13:50] HCG diet
[15:21] Women are candidates also
[16:00] Get your youth back
[17:06] Women are more labor intensive
[17:20] Dr. Osborn’s website
Mentions In This Episode:
Get Serious book
Fed Up documentary
Today's guest Dr. Paul Drouin is the founder of the International Quantum University of Integrative Medicine as well as the author of the book Creative Integrative Medicine – A Medical Doctor's Journey toward a New Vision for Health Care. Paul comes on to the show to share his thoughts and theories on natural medicine, genetics, the old-fashioned model of conventional medicine, and more.
1:25 – What does Paul mean by integrative medicine.
4:58 – We have to look at the human body from a deeper angle, there's more to us than just the physical.
7:50 – How you think and your beliefs can affect your genes.
11:15 – If the mind believes you age faster, then chances are you probably will.
14:50 – We can' solve a health problem without first understanding the connection between mind and body.
20:30 – What can people do to increase their wellness and longevity?
21:30 – Paul shares his thoughts on what will happen in this field in the next 5 years.
Mentioned In This Episode:
Anatomy of an Illness by Norman Cousins
Science journalist and executive producer at BBC Michael Mosley joins the Longevity Show. He talks to Jason about the research that shows living an intermittent lifestyle is better for your health as well as talks about his documentary where he had paradises living inside of him. Michael says on the show that the intermittent lifestyle can help cut down the risk of diabetes, cancer, and common diseases. He also talks about his book The Fast Diet and more on today's episode.
01:15 – Most people think interval training is about pushing yourself to the limit, but it's really about doing 20 second bursts three times a week.
02:50 – Research shows that people who do an intermittent workout produce better and more efficient energy.
11:08 – Michael made a documentary about what it was like having parasites living in the human body.
13:54 – Intermittent fasting will improve insulin sensitivity and cut your risk of diabetes and other diseases.
16:10 – How long should you rest during your 20 second interval training?
18:40 – Take one rest day a week and switch up your routine regularly.
Mentioned in this episode:
Fast Exercise: The Simple Secret of High-Intensity Training by Michael Mosley
Infested! Living with Parasites by Michael Mosley
The Fast Diet by Michael Mosley