https://youtu.be/iywhaz5z0qs As you're probably aware, I'm a big fan of time-restricted feeding. In my last blog I covered why I think it's a valid alternative to calorie restriction, check it out here. And in incredibly good timing, there's a new Found My Fitness podcast covering this very topic! While I don't think this is an … Continue reading Time-restricted feeding: All you want to know
Calorie restriction and fasting are 2 of the hottest areas of research in longevity and age rejuvenation. In fact, you probably know someone who has dabbled in, or who is currently dabbling in, one or the other. These techniques, whether you're talking about calorie restriction, fasting, or protein restriction, fall under the general umbrella of … Continue reading Is there a simpler alternative to calorie restriction for longevity?
The vast majority of people define aging as the passing of time, irrespective of anything else. For most, aging is an inevitable part of life. Few realize that there are examples of life on the planet that don't age, and one that's considered immortal. Part of the problem is that people conflate aging with death. … Continue reading The test that could help transform your health
The NAD World is an interesting theory that may explain how fasting promotes healthy aging. Over the last few blogs I've discussed how factors in the blood play a big role in regulating how organs function. Readers of this blog know that I take a non-conventional approach to gut health. Focusing on what goes in … Continue reading The NAD World: how fasting promotes healthy aging
"Nature wants 5 out of your 7 children dead. It wants you dead by 50. Everything better than that is brought to you by science and technology." -David Frum, someone I'll probably never quote again I was recently going through some presentations from RAADfest, a symposium put together by a few groups with the unified … Continue reading Are you a circadian night owl? Should you resist or embrace it?