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“Why Controlling Glucose Is More Important Than Your Diet”, says Dr. Attia

controlling glucose

Controlling glucose is more important than your diet, says Dr. Peter Attia, an anti-aging expert and biohacker, because it’s a key to longevity. Listen and read why blood sugar control — as well as sleep, meditation, protein intake and lifting heavy stuff –is important for a long healthspan.

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How You Can Beat Chronic Inflammation (and Age Better) with Exercise, Food and Supplements

beat chronic inflammation

You need to beat chronic inflammation, because you have it, or you will, and it makes everything worse as you age. Read the science behind these claims and how to use exercise, food and supplements as your anti-inflammation strategy.

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New Harvard Study: “Reduce Your Heart Disease Risk with Push-ups”

Reduce Your Heart Disease Risk

Yes, the simple push-up has been shown to reduce your heart disease risk. Statistically, you have a greater chance of dying from heart disease than anything else. Here’s how to choose the right push-up for you.   GIVEN THAT heart disease is the number 1 killer of people worldwide, wouldn’t it be mighty fine if you […]

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“Reverse Prediabetes?” Two Scientist Show How To Do It (and one does)

reverse prediabetes

The reason you need to know how to reverse prediabetes is because there’s a good chance that you’re prediabetic. New research shows that time-restricted feeding improves on insulin, blood pressure and oxidative stress biomarkers, leading to a healthier, and perhaps longer life.

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How To Stop Heart Disease Dead In Its Tracks

If you eat whatever you want whenever you want it, you have at least a 31% chance of being killed from heart disease. Here’s how to dramatically lower those odds by changing what you put into your mouth. This is an excerpt of a chapter on heart disease from a book I’m writing about extending […]

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How Young Do You Look and Can Skin Care Help?

How young do you look?

Rather than worrying how old you look, lets focus on how young you look, or could. I’ll show you Microsoft’s age-estimating app based on your face, but what really matters is how young do you want to look and feel? Here are examples and guidance.

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15 Symptoms of Arterial Plaque and How To Prevent Heart Disease

symptoms of arterial plaque

Given that heart disease is the number one killer, wouldn’t it be mighty fine to know if you have symptoms of arterial plaque? Turns out, you can pretty much self-test for arterial plaque by seeing if you have one or more of 15 symptoms. Read and watch the video to see if you have symptoms of arterial plaque and what to do about it through diet and supplementation.

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Dr. Fong: “How Intermittent Fasting Helps You Lose Weight By Optimizing Insulin and Leptin”

optimize insulin and leptin

Ditch the calorie counting! Instead, learn how to optimize your insulin and leptin (ghrelin too). These hormones are what control your body fat. Get them working for you through practicing Intermittent Fasting. Dr. Jason Fung points the way — Watch!

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Can 4 Natural Compounds “Eliminate Senescent Cells” and Prolong Your Healthy Lifespan?

Eliminate Senescent Cells

If you could take a supplement that could help you age better, keeping you healthier, longer — wouldn’t you take it? Here are four natural compounds that can’t completely eliminate senescent cells, but just might give you a head start while biotech companies scramble to find the ultimate Senolytic drug. Read and listen up.

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How You Can Beat Shoulder Arthritis, Part 3

You can beat shoulder arthritis into submission

Arthritis is inevitable, including shoulder arthritis. If you live long enough or exercise hard enough, someday arthritis is going challenge you. Here I show you how to avoid shoulder arthritis as long as possible, and if you have it, what to do to minimize the pain and lack of mobility. Read on and watch the videos.

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