This February 2022 episode of the Rejuvenation Roundup Podcast features our Rejuvenation Roundup, a clip of a recent Life Noggin video announcing that they’ve joined the Lifespan.io family, and Ryan O’Shea’s episode of Lifespan News discussing WIRED’s recent focus on life extension with Nir Barzilai and Morgan Levine. You can also subscribe on your favorite podcasting platform! Learn more at lifespan.io/roundup
0:46 Yale Caloric Restriction Study Discovers Benefits
2:18 NAD+ Levels Correlated with Age and Physical Activity
3:57 The Impact of Diabetes on Stem Cells and Cardiac Health
6:14 New Videos, including Life Noggin Episode on Life Extension Devices
11:01 Ryan O’Shea’s Lifespan News discusses Morgan Levine on WIRED
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5 thoughts on “Rejuvenation Roundup Podcast – February 2022”
Great roundup! We're excited to be a part of the team.
Glad to see the Jane Metcalfe episode made the Roundup. She's so fascinating!
Good news. Thanks!
A minor correction about the Yale CALERIE study. Participants were asked to reduce their caloric intake by 25%. What they achieved in actuality was a 14% reduction which speaks to the difficulty in reducing caloric intake. But nonetheless they did find benefits with that amount of restriction.
Came just for Aubrey.