Friday, June 9, 2023
Mitochondrial Health


We all must come to terms with the process of aging at some point in our lives. Thankfully, there are many things that can be done to reduce the effects of aging and even reverse some of them.

In this episode, I talk with many experts including Dave Asprey, Dr. Casey Means, Dr. Valter Longo, Dr. Kara Fitzgerald, and Dr. Jason Fung about practices we can all incorporate into our lives to reduce the common effects of aging including fasting, choosing a diet that doesn’t constantly spike our blood sugar, supporting our gut health, and much more.

Dave Asprey is the creator of the Bulletproof Diet, and innovator of Bulletproof Coffee. He is a four-time New York Times bestselling science author, host of the Webby award-winning podcast Bulletproof Radio, and has been featured on The Today Show, Fox News, Nightline, CNN, and dozens more. Over the last two decades Dave, the “Father of Biohacking”, has worked with world-renowned doctors, researchers, scientists, and global mavericks to uncover the latest, most innovative methods, techniques, and products for enhancing mental and physical performance.

Dr. Casey Means is a Stanford-trained physician, Chief Medical Officer and Co-founder of metabolic health company Levels, an Associate Editor of the International Journal of Disease Reversal and Prevention, and a Guest Lecturer at Stanford University. Her mission is to maximize human potential and reverse the epidemic of preventable chronic disease by empowering individuals with tools that can facilitate a deep understanding of our bodies and inform personalized and sustainable dietary and lifestyle choices. Dr. Means’ perspective has been recently featured in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Men’s Health, Forbes, Business Insider, Techcrunch, Entrepreneur Magazine, Metabolism, Endocrine Today, and more.

Dr. Valter Longo is internationally recognized as a leader in the field of aging studies and related diseases. Known as a “Guru of Longevity,” Dr. Longo is currently Professor of Biogerontology and Biological Sciences and Director of the Institute of Longevity of the School of Gerontology at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles, as well as Director of the Oncology and Longevity Program at IFOM in Milan. He is also the Scientific Director of the Create Cures Foundation and the Valter Longo Foundation. Valter is the author of an extraordinary book, The Longevity Diet. The culmination of 25 years of research on aging, nutrition, and disease across the globe, it provides an easy-to-understand, accessible and implementable road map to living well longer through improved nutrition.

Dr. Kara Fitzgerald is on the faculty of the Institute for Functional Medicine, is an IFM Certified Practitioner, and lectures globally on Functional Medicine. She runs a Functional Medicine Clinic Immersion program for professionals and hosts a podcast series, New Frontiers in Functional Medicine, and an active blog on her website. Her clinical practice is in Sandy Hook, Connecticut. With the Helfgott Research Institute, Dr. Fitzgerald is actively engaged in clinical research on the DNA methylome using a diet and lifestyle intervention developed in her practice. The first publication from the study focuses on the reversal of biological aging and was published this past April in the journal Aging. Her new book, Younger You, as well as her 3 Years Younger Program, have just been released.

Dr. Jason Fung is a physician, author, and researcher. His groundbreaking science-based books about diabetes and obesity, The Diabetes Code, The Obesity Code, and The Complete Guide to Fasting have sold over one million copies and challenged the conventional wisdom that diabetics should be treated with insulin. Dr. Fung is also the co-founder of The Fasting Method, a program to help people lose weight and reverse type 2 diabetes naturally with fasting. His latest book is The Cancer Code: A Revolutionary New Understanding of a Medical Mystery.


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22 thoughts on “INCREASE LONGEVITY: What To Eat & When To Eat TO REVERSE AGING | Mark Hyman
  1. Repeat episodes of low blood sugar can cause permanent changes to blood pressure and increase the risk of hypertension . INSULIN RESISTANCE / HIGH GLUCOSE DOES NOT CAUSE HYPERTENSION. Just an example of why we are #11/11 countries in healthcare.

  2. I like you Mark can loose weight easily. I am thin 5’8, 135 lbs and feel good at 69. I have always had a higher cholesterol reading. New doctors who see my test results and have no idea of how active I am tell me I am going to have a heart attack with blood pressure of 100/68 and a pulse rate of 70. I exercise 3 miles up and down the hills of Austin 3-4 times a week along with yoga and light weight training.
    They suggested I stay away from flax or coconut oil, which I add to my veggie smoothie after fasting for 16 hours. If I do not add some type of fat, I feel hungry. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. 🥰

  3. @Mark Hyman, MD — Your videos are great, but they are way too long. Very few people have 3 hours to spare to watch a video. You need to find a way to condense the main points of these videos down to less than 30 minutes. This seems great, but it's just too long/

  4. I listen to your show Dr Hyman very informative it’s long ,but what I do is I do cooking, or making salad when I listen, I don’t need to stick my butt on chair for an hour or more and it works good not missing a word. Thank you.

  5. I guess a person has to be determined to do the exercise and really liking it and you won’t miss a day , lots of you tube exercises with good trainers and it’s free

  6. I paused the video randomly, came back a little bit later and hit play and heard this golden nugget during the fasting conversation: "…how do you CREATE SAFETY when you go without something you THINK you need, that you FEEL you need but you KNOW you don't need…it's just like lifting weights, like exercise but for your emotional body…"

  7. At 76 I do a modified keto diet. I fast for 18 hrs every day (but for bulletproof coffee at 7 am)… a 6 hour eating window. I weigh what I did as a college athlete, play pickleball 2-4 hours a day and have won 2 swimming events 2 years in a row, in my age group in the Senior Olympics in my state. I AM NEVER HUNGRY and have all the energy I need. FAT PEOPLE, read this.

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