The Doctor’s Farmacy: Dr. David Sinclair explores longevity and anti-aging.

Death is inevitable but aging is not
When it comes to health, age is not as important as it has been made out to. Our age can be used as a benchmark for tracking our health, but is not static. Certain tests can be used to compare our biological age with our calendar age, allowing us to tweak our wellness routine to achieve our goals. We can reverse and sometimes even slow the aging process by taking the right steps.

Many factors can influence our biological age or how well our body functions for the stage of life we are at. Stress, diet, sleep patterns, exercise, and lifestyle are all factors that influence our biological age. Other factors include blood sugar levels, inflammation, genetics, and more. On The Doctor’s Farmacy this week, Dr. David Sinclair and I will be discussing the topic of anti-aging and longevity. We’ll also discuss how he has reduced his internal age by over 20 years. Dr. Sinclair, professor of genetics at Harvard Medical School and co-director of the Paul F. Glenn Center for the Biology of Aging, studies longevity and aging with his colleagues.

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Dr. Hyman, a family physician and leader in the field Functional Medicine, is an eleven-time New York Times bestseller. His podcast, The Doctor’s Farmacy is a space for deep discussions about critical issues in our time, including health, wellness and food. Every Wednesday, new episodes will be released on YouTube and anywhere else you listen to podcasts.

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