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- How much protein should I have in my diet?
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Tag Archives: Lifestyle recommendations
While you think about all the biomedical discoveries emerging in aging research, flying by you in waves of popularity… antioxidants, telomeres, senescent cells, epigenetic reprogramming… it’s easy to get seduced that a magic pill will let you keep your health … Continue reading
I previously discussed considerations of using metformin, rapamycin, and NAD+ boosters to promote healthy aging, and the jury was mixed for all of them. But don’t despair, there is a bullet-proof way to improve aging health: exercise. Here we’ll look … Continue reading
How much protein should you be eating? Research from the biology of aging can help answer that, with just three facts. Fact one: Proteins, and to be more specific, the building blocks of proteins known as amino acids, signal for … Continue reading
Good morning, Matt. Digital birds are chirping as a soft alarm-clock light fills the room. You are waking up to the start of a new day, on the lovely road of longevity. 07h00: Rise and shine! You leap out of … Continue reading
Being obvious and impactful, it is important to not get these wrong in your life. Ask yourself these six questions.
Sure, they sound like tests the police might give you to check if you’ve been drinking too much, but these are in fact real ways you can see how well you’re aging, right at home. Why do these correlate so well to survival during … Continue reading
The next time you poop, take a moment to realize that you have become more human by doing so. Sure, you have gotten rid of some smelly ‘uncivilized’ stuff, but at the same time, a large amount of little buggers have … Continue reading