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DAILY HACKS To Stay Healthy Until You're 100+ YEARS OLD! | Peter Attia & Mark Hyman

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When it comes to aging well, we all have to set our own standards and goals. That might mean playing with your grandkids on the floor, carrying groceries up several flights of stairs, or being able to be present emotionally and mentally for your spouse. Thinking of these detailed goals helps us reverse engineer our lives to achieve the quality and longevity in life we truly desire. It just takes a little thought and planning, and of course the right actions to make it happen.

Today’s guest on The Doctor’s Farmacy, Dr. Peter Attia, shares his own story of setting those kinds of goals, a process called backcasting, and how he overcame obesity and pre-diabetes by establishing a foundation of healthier aging. Dr. Attia is the founder of Attia Medical, PC, a medical practice with offices in San Diego and New York City, focusing on the applied science of longevity. His approach focuses on increasing lifespan by delaying the onset of chronic disease, while simultaneously improving “healthspan,” or quality of life. To do this, his practice applies nutritional biochemistry, exercise physiology, sleep physiology, techniques to increase distress tolerance, lipidology, pharmacology, and endocrinology.


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24 thoughts on “DAILY HACKS To Stay Healthy Until You're 100+ YEARS OLD! | Peter Attia & Mark Hyman
  1. Don't get me wrong I love life but who would ever want to live to be 120 in this world? It's full of thugs in most of the thugs of the cops in the politicians I said most because some cops are good

  2. Thank you Dr. Hyman for inviting Dr. Peter Attia on your show. I have been following his work since around 2013. The clarity of his thought process, the depth of his knowledge, and the rigor of his inquiry into unknown areas, is why he is my go to resource in the health and wellness space. His podcast, The Drive, is by far the most detail oriented podcast you are going to listen to among the myriad of health and wellness podcasts out there. While Dr. Attia's podcast can sometimes verge on the overly technical and often esoteric territory, Dr. Attia always brings the conversations back to a level that is accessible to laymen. The health and wellness space would be better off if we had more professionals in it with Dr. Attia's dedication to getting to the heart of the problems that plague us, instead of being content with facile answers. More podcasters, who present themselves as authority figures, would do well to emulate the intellectual integrity he exemplifies.

  3. Has anyone every considered the fact most people canโ€™t afford to live to long. Who wants to be old and broke ๐Ÿ‘จ๐Ÿปโ€๐Ÿฆณ๐Ÿคท๐Ÿผโ€โ™‚๏ธ

  4. Thank you for bringing all these different minds and perspectives for how to provide our bodies health. Certainly a confusing landscape but Im listening learning and sharing all I can!

  5. Wait a minute!!! What is wrong with quality dark chocolate that has low sugar content?!?! And real chocolate is NOT the equivalent of the crap on grocery store checkout line shelves! (Gripe from a former pastry chef ๐Ÿ˜ฌ)

  6. Attia seems to be all too high geared for his own good – he needs to slow down his speech, hence thought processes and etc – else I'm afraid he'll not even reach the 100 years of age

  7. I love his 18 things!! He is so right on about how he is thinking about what he still wants to be able to do!! I created a balance workout exactly working on these basics that we all should be working on all our life so we can do them when we are 100!! Omg Iโ€™m in love and he is discussing the pelvic floor!!!! YES!! USE IT OR LOOSE IT!! Thank you for sharing this!!๐Ÿ™ BRAVO!!๐Ÿ˜

  8. Prolon I heard about that, whoa was very expensive, intermittent fasting is not mimic itโ€™s the real fasting. Been fasting for a year now just water fast BEC Iโ€™m diabetic no mimic real it worked very cheap itโ€™s free. Coffee,tea,water THATS it.

  9. 59:20 Peter Attia is not quite right about hormone cortisol. Cortisol doesn't directly cause fat storage, but it does it indirectly by increasing blood glucose and as a result insulin rises which causes fat storage around mid section.

  10. Those are great goals! I also believe in "use it or lose it." I'm 65 and can't reach my kitchen sink window, so I make myself use my arms to get onto the counter. It's not as easy as it used to be, but still doable. ๐Ÿ‘

  11. I never view and always delete anything with the word "hack" in it. Mostly they are done by HACKS. Dr. Hyman, I've watched some of you stuff and don't think you're a hack. It's just unfortunate that you fell into teeneebopper speak.

  12. Would like to know more about LDL lp(a) … pretty sure my family genetics have it. All my uncles and dad died from heart disease yet they were not obese. They didn't do ketogenic or intermittent like me but this unavoidable genetic flaw concerns me. Definitely going to do request some tests though I feel perfectly fine (I do love a good cheese omelete though).

  13. So, 16:8 is NOT fasting, because you only fasting for 16h. But eating little bits all day long for three days IS fasting, because it's "mimicking fasting"? ๐Ÿ™‚

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