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The Longevity & Biohacking Show with Jason Hartman

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Oct 7, 2015

Fatigue and pain are the two most common symptoms of aging and inflammation causes both. Dr. Buckingham describes how you can reverse inflammation at any age to lead a more meaningful and relevant life well into your nineties. It’s never too late to start making these simple lifestyle changes.

 

Key Takeaways:

[1:15] Inflammation, acute and chronic

[1:54] Free radicals are created when capillary cells run hot

[2:45] Reversing inflammation is the goal of hazing aging

[4:51] Understanding the function of capillary cells

[6:44] Increasing longevity

[7:24] 2 most common symptoms of aging

[9:03] Contents of the Hazing Aging book

[11:13] Protecting organs from decline

[12:56] Gauging your ability to decrease inflammation

[14:48] It’s never too late to make changes in life

 

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