Feed Your Inner Caveman

As an anti-aging specialist, I’ve spent a lot of time studying and treating osteoporosis among the many “older” patients who come to my wellness clinic. Many of them believe they must accept this painful and dangerous condition as an unavoidable part of aging. This means I also spent a lot of time debunking the osteoporosis propaganda put out by the …

Both Hands in the Cookie Jar

It’s a fact of life – we all get older. The real challenge is how we age. And I want to make sure my “golden years” – and those of all my patients – really are golden. That means I intend to keep the power to make my own decisions, and the power to stay free, mobile and independent. For …

Sunshine and Telomeres

A warm sunny day … what could feel better? Yet the warm sun on our skin that we all crave gets a lot of bad press from the medical establishment. Far from being a source of illness that will kill you before your time, the sun is your best hope to live longer and prevent illness. Did you know, for …

Do Couch Potatoes Live Longer?

A new study confirms that doing “aerobics” and “cardio” shrink your telomeres. Even a couch potato who does no exercise at all may be better off than the folks who run marathons and spend hours on treadmills. Why is this important to you? Because many of today’s most widespread conditions and illnesses are associated with shorter telomeres. Telomeres are the …

How do NASA astronauts reverse extreme aging in space?

Did you know that your cardiovascular system ages ten times faster in space than it does on earth? We age faster in space because there’s more oxidative stress, more insulin resistance, and more inflammation. You even find significant damage to mitochondria, the energy producing centers of your cells. Astronauts also experience another form of extreme aging. The tiny biological clocks …