Saturday, September 30, 2023
Mitochondrial Health

A Conversation With Dr. Brad Stanfield: Health, Longevity, And Wellness

In an illuminating podcast interview, I engaged in a captivating conversation with Dr. Brad Stanfield, a distinguished professional in health and longevity. We delved into an array of crucial topics, including the impact of rapamycin, the significance of various supplements, the intricacies of managing cholesterol levels, the role of exercise in maintaining health, and a multitude of other fascinating subjects.

Dr. Stanfield’s profound insights and expertise illuminated the discussion, providing valuable insights into the complex world of health and longevity.

Dr. Brad Stanfield is a prominent medical professional focusing on healthspan and aging interventions. Dr. Stanfield is associated with the University of Auckland’s Centre for Medical Research, as indicated by his profile on ResearchGate (

His contributions to the field of healthspan and aging interventions are highlighted in various YouTube videos on his channel. (

Additionally, Dr. Stanfield maintains a presence on Twitter ( and is associated with organizations focusing on longevity and healthspan. (

For a more comprehensive biography, you may want to explore Dr. Brad Stanfield’s official website. (

Also, I highly recommend you check out Dr. Stanfield’s Roadmap to look younger and feel stronger. Here is the link:

00:00 – Intro
01:17 – Dr. Stanfield’s Rapamycin Study
07:20 – 17 alpha-Estradiol
10:09 – Dr. Stanfield’s Roadmap For Health And Longevity
13:22 – NMN, NAD, And Exercise
19:02 – Diets
22:58 – Calorie Restriction
24:35 – Ozempic
26:01 – Minerals That Are The Most Essential As You Age
30:26 – Longevity Supplements
33:26 – The Best Longevity Intervention For Humans
34:38 – What Is The Best Longevity Exercise(s)
37:43 – Metabolism
40:00 – Fat Cells
42:04 – Fiber
44:41 – ApoB, Statins, LP(a), Cholesterol
54:09 – Statins v. PCSK9 Inhibitors – Which Is Better
56:06 – Statins And CoQ10 Levels
59:51 – Prednisone And Prednisolone For Longevity
1:01:27 – Alpha Lipoic Acid
1:04:00 – Creatine


The information provided in this video is for informational purposes only. It is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition.

Please consult with a qualified healthcare professional before making any decisions regarding your health or medical treatment.

Reference studies I mentioned at 59:51 of the video: – Intermittent glucocorticoid treatment enhances skeletal muscle performance through sexually dimorphic mechanisms – Intermittent prednisone treatment in mice promotes exercise tolerance in obesity through adiponectin – Prednisolone suppresses adriamycin-induced vascular smooth muscle cell senescence and inflammatory response via the SIRT1-AMPK signaling pathway


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