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Infinite Aging Radio Show

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Psychedelic Therapy:

Psychedelic Drug Psilocybin Tamps Down Brain’s Ego Center plus Getting Closer to Nature, One Bite at a Time

Psychedelic Drug Psilocybin Tamps Down Brain’s Ego Center plus Getting Closer to Nature, One Bite at a Time – Dr. Frederick Barrett – Steve Brill – Violet Brill – Perhaps no region of the brain is more fittingly named than the claustrum, taken from the Latin word for -hidden or shut away-. The claustrum is an extremely thin sheet of neurons deep within the cortex, yet it reaches out to every other region of the brain. Its true purpose remains -hidden away- as well, with researchers speculating about many functions. What is known is that this region contains a large number of receptors targeted by psychedelic drugs such as LSD or psilocybin the hallucinogenic chemical found in certain mushrooms. To see what happens in the claustrum when people are on psychedelics, Johns Hopkins Medicine researchers compared the brain scans of people after they took psilocybin with their scans after taking a placebo. PLUS Steve and Violet Brill looks at a forest the same way most people think about a supermarket. Walkthrough a park or wooded area with them and they can show you a number of wild plants that might make for tasty additions to your dinner plate. They would tell you how yellow wood sorrel tastes just like lemonade or how black birch can be used as a minty flavoring for pudding. With the advent of this pandemic, foraging may be more important than ever. Some are including it in their home-schooling curriculum in hopes of arming their children with this almost-forgotten art.

    Longevity – Life Extension – Anti-Aging Board

    LONGEVITY MEDICINE:

    THE CURRENT FRONTIER IN MEDICINE IS LONGEVITY MEDICINE BECAUSE IT’S PREVENTIVE & FOR EVERYONE WHO WANTS TO PREVENT A MEDICAL ISSUE NATURALLY – EVEN USING SYNTHETIC SUBSTANCES – TO PREVENT AGING & ENCOURAGE HEALTH & WELLBEING.

    Preventative Medicine

    Allopathic Medicine

    LifeStyle Medicine

    Herbal Medicine

    Chinese Medicine

    Ayurveda

    … … … 

    DRUGS/HOME REMEDIES/ACTIVITIES

    “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.”

     

    OBJECTIVES

    OPEN DISCUSSION / ANTI-AGING -RESOURCE BOARD THAT WILL NEVER DIE


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    Peptides – a Powerful Piece of the Longevity Puzzle

    In this episode of Living Beyond 120, Mark and Dr. Gladden begin by talking about how we need to manifest goals in our minds first in order to make them realities.

    Next, they discuss some recent health tests Dr. Gladden participated in, along with the remarkable results regarding his cardiovascular health and age. He talks about his plans for getting in the best shape of his life.

    They continue their conversation revisiting the subject of peptides, discussing specific peptides, and the amazing outcomes that Dr. Gladden is seeing in his practice. From better immune function to healing the gut, improved fat burning, and much more, they describe which peptides have had positive health effects on many different conditions. To learn more about peptides, you can visit https://tailormadecompounding.com/.

    WHY DOES COVID-19 KILL SOME PEOPLE & SPARE OTHERS WITH TED RYCE

    The novel coronavirus causing COVID-19 seems to hit some people harder than others, with some people experiencing only mild symptoms and others being hospitalized and requiring ventilation. In this episode, Ted shares the latest research on the coronavirus.

    Preventing Cardiovascular Disease – an Interview with Dr. Jeffry Life 

    In this episode, we’re featuring a special RAAD Fest discussion from last year between Dr. Gladden and Dr. Jeffry Life, a doctor who has focused his practice on healthy aging and helping patients avoiding heart attacks and strokes. He incorporates the Bale-Doneen Method (learn more in the book Beat the Heart Attack Gene) in his treatment plans, which is about aggressively looking for vascular inflammation that causes heart disease and working to stop it.

    They discuss some of the testings that can be done to identify vascular risk factors, which fall outside of the normal insurance-based model of healthcare.

    Ketogenic Diet Hacks:

    Doing The Perfect Keto Diet: Doing Perfect Keto – Chris Irvin –

    Everyone agrees that a low-carb, low-sugar Keto lifestyle reduces inflammation and resets insulin sensitivity. Yet there is still confusion about what to eat too and what not to eat. So much so there are entire books dedicated to the subject. And much of that information in those books become outdated as soon as new research provides insights into which foods and supplements work or don’t work as originally expected. And when it comes to snack foods and sweet treats the water gets even murkier. What if there was a website that was driven by current science and gave you access to everything you needed to do low-carb Keto right? Perfect Keto.

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      The science and marketing sectors don’t often intersect. But when clinically validated advancements emerge from the laboratory, this unlikely alliance comes into play.  In this LLAMA podcast episode we explore how cutting edge research can be applied to our everyday health and longevity. Dr. Stephanie Blum, Head of Translational Science at Nestle Health Science, is responsible […]
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    • Sue Armstrong: Unraveling the mysteries of borrowed time September 13, 2020
      The science of aging is rapidly evolving. Many of us are more aware of our capacity to live a long healthy life, than ever before. But the quest to understand human longevity - and perhaps figure out how we can slow down the process - is still a huge work-in-progress. Why do we age? Is […]
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    • Johan Auwerx: Enjoying youthful vitality as we age August 24, 2020
      Eventually, we will all face the challenges that come with old age. We will have less strength and energy than we once had. But what if it were possible to rekindle the drive and physical endurance of youth as we grow older? Prof. Johan Auwerx directs the Laboratory for Integrated and Systems Physiology at École Polytechnique […]
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    • Navindra Seeram: The rejuvenating power of plants July 27, 2020
      "Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food." The quote, attributed to the Greek physician, Hippocrates, encapsulates the importance of nutrition and the extraordinary ability of certain foods to enhance our wellbeing. In this episode of the LLAMA podcast, we explore the rich array of benefits to be gained from plant foods and […]
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    • Luigi Fontana: Longevity’s beautiful symphony July 19, 2020
      The art and science of aging well is a complex business - a nuanced melding of a finely tuned diet, essential exercise and a healthy mind. For over twenty years, Prof. Luigi Fontana has been studying the lifestyle regimes that could help us live a longer, healthier life. One of the world’s leading experts in […]
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    • Patrick Aebischer: A novel molecule to promote longevity July 8, 2020
      This episode of the Live Long and Master Aging podcast is the first in a series produced in association with the Swiss life science company, Amazentis.  It will explore the history of the company and the science behind its goal of promoting healthy aging. Professor Patrick Aebischer, chairman and co-founder of Amazentis, is a medical […]
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    • Marta Zaraska: Growing young with cuddles, fuzzy moments and optimism June 30, 2020
      We are bombarded with advice and information about diet and exercise, but what about the impact of friendship, optimism and kindness on our longterm wellbeing? It is eye-opening to discover that a strong support network of family and friends lowers mortality risk by about 45 percent, while volunteering your free time reduces the chances of […]
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    • Noelle Nelson: Celebrating amazing longevity May 24, 2020
      How many times have you heard about an older person doing extraordinary things, despite their great age? In recent weeks the story of the 100-year-old war veteran, Captain Tom Moore, has captivated millions, for his marathon fund raising efforts in the UK. Walking lengths in his garden he has raised more than £30m for the […]
      Peter Bowes
    • Aseem Malhotra: Obesity, a major risk factor for Covid-19 mortality May 3, 2020
      We are in the war against Covid-19 for the long term. The virus is likely to be with us for many months, if not years, and as we emerge from the global lockdowns, everyday life is looking very different. Re-imagining a post-coronavirus world will likely involve changes that go to the heart of how we […]
      Peter Bowes
    • Valter Longo: Science, fasting and Covid-19 April 20, 2020
      There are some encouraging signs around the world that the Covid-19 curve is flattening in some places, while falling in others. During the course of this pandemic we are focussing, on this podcast, less on longevity and more on our immediate futures. But as life slowly evolves towards a new normal, there are many lessons […]
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    • Ross McCray: Challenging the work-life paradigm March 19, 2020
      The coronavirus pandemic is threatening every facet of normal life. This episode of the LLAMA podcast was recorded before the global health crisis hit home for so many of us. It focusses on the work-life initiatives of a rapidly growing US company that could be a blueprint for how we live in the future.  But […]
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    • Felice Gersh: Dealing with coronavirus March 14, 2020
      Coronavirus is the only topic on our minds at the moment. People are panic shopping, a national emergency has been declared in the United States and widespread travel bans have been implemented around the world. There is also much confusion over testing for Covid-19 and how we should be looking after ourselves as the pandemic […]
      Peter Bowes
    • Joseph Antoun: Fasting and biological age February 25, 2020
      The ticking clock is often used as a metaphor for life. But is a tick-tock approach to the advancing years an accurate way to measure the aging process? Dr. Joseph Antoun, a physician and CEO of the nutrition technology company, L-Nutra, believes a “biological aging score” is the best way accurately to assess our state […]
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    • Magomed Khaidakov: Anti-aging: Paranoia, pessimism and realism. January 26, 2020
      Do we all fret too much about growing old and potentially suffering ill health? The purpose of this podcast is to highlight lifestyle interventions that could help us live longer, healthier lives. It focusses on extending health span - the number of years that we enjoy optimum health. But could it be that such aspirations […]
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    • David Hauser: Optimizing happiness and health span January 7, 2020
      There’s an old saying that money doesn’t buy happiness. But what about lifestyle hacks to optimize wellbeing and overall health? David Hauser is a hugely successful businessman who has overcome multiple health problems and self-esteem issues - including weight gain, exhaustion and failed diets - to transform his life.  Once a slave to pseudoscience and […]
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