Saturday, August 13, 2022
Mitochondrial Health

The 7 Tenets Of Aging | Dr Sandra Kaufmann Interview Series Ep 1

In this video Dr Kaufmann provides an introduction of what led her to start studying aging and the process that she used to develop her 7 tenets. She then goes through the tenets explaining what each one is. She uses the analogy of a factory to show how the pieces fit together.

Sandra Kaufmann, is a cell biologist who for the last seven years has been the Chief of Pediatric Anesthesia at the Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital. She is also the founder of the Kaufmann Antiaging Institute and the author of the book The Kaufmann Protocol: Why We Age and How to Stop It. In the book she describes the mechanisms of aging on a cellular level and the best supplements to slow down its progress.

Links for Dr Kaufmann
The Kaufmann Protocol website
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12 thoughts on “The 7 Tenets Of Aging | Dr Sandra Kaufmann Interview Series Ep 1
  1. I'm a rock climber too, so to me, your guest immediately established tremendous credibility. It's a sport that requires a lot of physical and mental strength.

    I will have to listen to this again to hear Dr. Kaufman run through the categories. My initial impression is that she has just organized things I've already heard of. And am doing things to address. I have upped my sublingual NMN to 3/4 gram every morning, and can tolerate it without a headache. Also taking berberine about once every 4 days on rest days from exercise. (for MTOR/AMPK) I've done two Fisetin flushes, copying the Mayo Clinic protocol, and plan to repeat this every few months. Telomere shortening is an issue, though. The Hayflick limit marks the end of your lifespan. I am using gotu kola for this, once every few months. Maybe a long shot, but its a powerful activator of telomerase in vitro.

  2. From reading her book, she's very focused on nutritional supplements and has a whole protocol around using her list of supplements that she likes which can be helpful. Her information on rapamycin is based on old cancer / organ transplant information which is not very relevant to rapamycin for angi-aging. Other than that issue, I recommend the book.

  3. I'm pretty certain I watched an interview with this doctor. She is interviewing George Hamilton of all people. Worth checking out. George is following her protocol and is very impressed with the results.

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