Live Long and Master Aging podcast

Exploring the science and stories behind human longevity

with Peter Bowes

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The concept of healthspan – the number of years that we enjoy optimum health – has come a long way, in recent years. In fact, Dr. Nir Barzilai, founding director of the Institute for Aging Research at Albert Einstein College of Medicine, believes we are “ushering in a future where the norm will be for people to be healthy, active and mentally sharp, during the last quarter of their lives.” In his new book, Age Later: Healthspan, Life Span, and the New Science of Longevity, he argues that aging can be “targeted, improved and even cured,” and that it should be thought of as not “as a certainty but as a phenomenon.” In this LLAMA podcast episode, with Peter Bowes, Dr Barzilai, discusses his life’s work studying some of the world’s super agers, people who are enjoying active and productive lives well into their nineties and beyond.

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Live Long and Master Aging podcast

In a series of one-to-one interviews, the Live Long and Master Aging podcast hacks the aging process. Our guests include world-renowned scientists, future thinkers and biohackers, all of whom have a common goal of figuring out how we can live longer and healthier. We also talk to inspiring individuals who have already mastered the aging process. We talk a lot about food, fasting, fitness, the brain and good fortune.

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Peter Bowes

A British-born, naturalised American, Peter Bowes is a freelance journalist and broadcaster. He is trained as a biologist and has spent much of his career working in news, current affairs and documentary-making for the BBC. A self-experimenter, when it comes to his own diet and exercise, Peter is fascinated by lifestyles and science-based regimes that promote healthy aging.

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