Liveblogging – Dr Larry Smarr – Be your own Health Detective

Tracking and reducing inflammation is critical to our health. Want a lower ratio of AA/EPA to measure good low inflammation levels www.yourfuturehealth.com can provide the analysis of your bacteria and blood in far more detail. 90% of immune system is in your colon High Lactoferrin biomarker. The Colon is the Rodney Dangerfield of organs. He …

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Liveblogging – Bulletproof Diet

Leptin resistance occurs before and at the same time as insulin Vaso active I… Peptide (VIP) VIP controls brain, sleep, GI function, metabolism Induce autophagy cleans your cells Calorie restriction makes you feel cold, cranky and have other problems More bile turnover is good Help control inflammation Avoid food toxins Avoid leptins, phytate, gluten, mycotoxins, …

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Liveblogging – Diet, Drugs, Supplements and Lifespan

Talk by Stephen Spindler 1. Do supplements extend human lifespan 2. Will calorie restriction and related strategies for extending lifespan 3. Practically how can this info be used to extend lifespan Healthy humans show that dietary supplements do not show lifespan extension Simvastatin extends fruit fly lifespan. Simvastatin plus an ACE inhibitor extended lifespan in …

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Liveblogging – DNA Testing How and Why

Sara Gottfried. How to make the new genetic information actionable By 2015 the full human genome sequencing will be $100. It should be about $1000 this year. $100 is about the cost of a blood count test (CDC) Why DNA testing * Diagnostic testing * presymptomatic and predictive testing * having babies – carrier testing, …

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Liveblogging- Terry Grossman on shortcuts to a long life

Terry Grossman is talking about mimicking caloric restriction. Carbo concentration diet. Want a BMI of 23-24. BMI23-24 5 foot 7 inches then weight 146-153 lbs BMI 30-35 over 190 lbs reduces life by 2-4 years BMI 40-45 over 255 lbs reduces life by 8-10years (like heavy smoking) and is if you load all of your …

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Liveblogging – Patrick Cox on revolutionary near term advances in anti aging

Patrick Cox that 2012 will be a big year in anti aging. He is the editor of Breakthrough Technology Alert. Patrick Cox is actually trained as an economist (austrian economist). Longevity advances have been a key factor driving improved economies and economic growth. He talks about bioinformatics as a big breakthrough. Biotime gene chips. A …

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Personal Longevity conference live blogging – first up fixing telomeres

I am live blogging the personal longevity conference. There is a live webcast for those who have registered. Bill Andrews, CEO of Sierra Sciences, is an expert on telomeres. Most diseases have some correlation to short telomeres. Telomeres are the tips or ends of chromosomes. When we are conceived we have 15000 bases in our …

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Vaccines against heart disease could be available within five year that reduces plaque by 60-70%

1. Daily Telegraph – Injections of antibodies could prevent the build up of fat in the arteries which cause narrowings and break off leading to heart attacks, experts said. Lack of exercise, poor diet, smoking and drinking too much alcohol are the main causes of heart disease but it is also known that there are …

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Progress to enabling the life extension of Rapamycin without the downside

Eurekalert – A Penn- and MIT-led team explained how rapamycin, a drug that extends mouse lifespan, also causes insulin resistance. The researchers showed in an animal model that they could, in principle, separate the effects, which depend on inhibiting two protein complexes, mTORC1 and mTORC2, respectively. The study suggests that molecules that specifically inhibit mTORC1 …

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