Harvard Professor REVEALS How To SLOW & REVERSE AGING | Dr. David Sinclair

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Tom Bilyeu

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Harvard professor David Sinclair believes that not only can we slow aging down, we can actually reverse it. On this episode of Health Theory with Tom Bilyeu, David Sinclair explains the three levels of aging, and what can be done on each level. He describes the lifestyle changes that slow aging down, the drug treatments that begin to stop aging, and experimental new procedures that may actually reverse aging once they are fully developed.
David explains the information theory of aging [0:59]
David explains the difference between genes and the epigenome [2:17]
David describes the way that cell stress causes aging [5:20]
David explains what proteins are and how they work [6:40]
David recommends lifestyle changes to slow down or reverse aging [9:14]
David recommends stressing the system by consistent fasting [10:52]
David explains why we don’t live as long as whales [15:01]
David describes resetting the biological clock [16:16]
David explains how to tell when someone is going to die [18:47]
David explains why people are taking metformin [20:03]
David shares his regimen of exercise and metformin [24:18]
David advocates cold exposure [25:28]
David explains work he’s done to try to reset the aging clock [29:01]
David explains why you don’t want to turn the cellular clock back too far [31:37]
David describes the actual process of reversing aging in masses of cells [33:20]
David talks about some results with mice that appear to reverse aging [36:40]
David shares his father’s story of metformin and NMN use [38:10]
David explains the effects of resveratrol [39:07]
David describes the kinds of testing he advocates [43:13]
David shares the impact he wants to have on the world [45:44]
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Seymor BUTTS
Seymor BUTTS Жыл бұрын
My great grandma passed at 107. She slept often, always had a beer or glass of red wine at dinner. She ate home cooked meals and survived the great depression by begging for bread on the street with her sisters. She also drank lots of water and occasionally had orange juice. She stayed sharp speaking two languages and listening to classical music. She passed away a week after being in a nursing home. My family took better care of her until they just couldn't. They all wish they hadn't sent her. R.i.p. great grandma.
Stephen 777
Stephen 777 2 күн бұрын
@TOP !0 A broken fart is a terrible thing! lol
TOP !0
TOP !0 3 күн бұрын
She died of a broken heart
Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon
Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon 14 күн бұрын
I've also heard that the more you sleep the slower you age because sleeping pauses aging or slows it down so getting more hours of sleep slows down the aging process. Getting between 9 hours and 10 hours of sleep per night would slow down your aging.
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⬆️Hey mate Thanks for watching have something to share with you hit me up
nurhan toguc
nurhan toguc Жыл бұрын
Love scientists like Dr. Sinclair who contributes to public health, despite big pharma preventions. Hope we have more of scientists like yourself. Proud of you
Mykytagnosis 11 күн бұрын
@Adam Klase that's like world works. It still helps though.
Adam Klase
Adam Klase 12 күн бұрын
@Mykytagnosis Sure but is it optimized for health over revenue? Nah.
Mykytagnosis 17 күн бұрын
Didn't human live span increase quite substantially due to pharma?
Mary Jamieson
Mary Jamieson Жыл бұрын
Excellent questions by Tom! Unlike many interviewers, he has the talent to actually fully listen to his guest, so we get to hear everything the guest intends to say. THANK YOU!!!!!
johnpearcey 2 жыл бұрын
Tom seems to ask exactly the right questions to aid our understanding of a very complex subject. Excellent interview.
J M 2 ай бұрын
Just stumbled across this video - this guy is a fantastic interviewer. To the point, and clear! He asks every question you'd want to ask as a viewer and asks it immediately. This video is 45 minutes long and it was a breeze to get through wasting no time as everyone is concise and articulate!
Ham N
Ham N 23 күн бұрын
Tom is passionate and well read about health and this subject.
Gym Tuppernation
Gym Tuppernation 3 жыл бұрын
It’s always a good sign when the anti aging expert looks over 10 years younger than his actual age!
ScholaroftheWorld — Alternate History
ScholaroftheWorld — Alternate History 20 күн бұрын
Not really. There is often no correlation between external appearance and your actual health inside the body
durawins 20 күн бұрын
@Mikey Aurelius H he means he looks 15 years younger than his age. The starter of the conversation said the guy looks 10 years younger than his age. No one would think he looks 15 years old
Ham N
Ham N 23 күн бұрын
Haha yes not overweight, white haired and old!
Niece Ай бұрын
@Lil Eddy agree
June03 2 ай бұрын
@Tomorrow2 I'm 54 years old but I'm looks like 44 years without botox .
naightengale101 Жыл бұрын
Tom asks great questions. They really took this discussion to a deeper level.
interestingvideos4me Жыл бұрын
really impressive job by the interviewer. He is a fast and creative thinker, making connections between complex information and articulating them all in his questions - and does it all super fast. Does he have any specific training in this subject? Does anyone know about it?
Matthew Lillistone
Matthew Lillistone 20 күн бұрын
It's because it's scripted
ainsley chuck
ainsley chuck Ай бұрын
Mitchell Buzzard
Mitchell Buzzard Жыл бұрын
Tom Bilyeu is a scholar, and life hacker ....like Dave Asprey. Also an entrepreneur so critical thinking is habitual, then repetition by doing these interviews with potential and proven "geniuses" of their respective fields.
The Bachinater
The Bachinater Жыл бұрын
It's called educating yourself about the content beforehand & coming up with questions that pertain to said content. Ya know, being prepared.
Cami Snyder
Cami Snyder Жыл бұрын
I am a believer in the exercise to keep you young. I see 60+ year old men and women that workout at my ymca that look so young and physically fit!! You don’t use it, you lose it. Thank you for the actual scientific break down of the enzymes and how they impact our cells. Very interesting!!
Salsa to Salchow
Salsa to Salchow Жыл бұрын
Someone once said "figure skating is the fountain of youth" -- what this guy is saying actually explains a lot. Experiencing stress (fear or fret) that is real but not life threatening, minimal eating, exercise, exposed to a cold environment and not bundling up
SevenFromTheSins 6 күн бұрын
@Watkin Sells let us know
Watkin Sells
Watkin Sells 7 күн бұрын
My grandmother is 105 I'll talk to her today she's doing well
topspeed250k 7 ай бұрын
No, he didn't say fear or fret as a stress. He said PHYSICAL stress, as in exercising getting out of breath. That's way different If you follow him up for more information, in other videos he actually lists mental or emotional stress as something to be avoided. Fear & fret play no part in achieving longevity. Completely wrong
Tom's interviews have really changed my life. I started exercises, I now eat healthy and so much more. I now do things differently. From his other interviews, I tapped the knowledge of fasting. Today is my 2nd day of fasting with water only. I'm actually loving how I feel on my 2nd day. I really thank him for this, that he's impacted so many lives in a positive way. God bless 🙏
Bogdan G.
Bogdan G. 2 ай бұрын
In my opinion, it depends if someone was, for example, overweight
LorenzoRM85 Жыл бұрын
2 days is too much, he was talking about half day
René Simon Pfisterer
René Simon Pfisterer 2 жыл бұрын
Guaranteed Agestopper: 1. Eliminate Stress 2. No processed food 3. No industrial refined sugar. Only fruit sugar or natural unprocessed cane sugar or honey in moderate dosis 4. Regular meditation 5. Regular sports 6. Connect with nature without electronic devices regularly 7. Keep your inner child alive 8. Laugh a lot and take life not so serious 9. Connect and hug with the most important people Your welcome ;)
Tony Qwabe
Tony Qwabe Күн бұрын
Thanks for summary
Tina T
Tina T 20 күн бұрын
You forgot “eliminate toxic people from your life”
Ham N
Ham N 23 күн бұрын
Dr Berg is the man for diet 1/2 1/4 1/4 plate -low carb vege- good fats- protein and intermittent fasting.
Tony Davies
Tony Davies Ай бұрын
Honey spikes insulin more than refined sugar so your wrong bad advice .
B Ай бұрын
Man, sugar is too good
Indian Rose
Indian Rose Жыл бұрын
Perhaps one of the best videos I have seen on the tube. David and Tom both are incredible. A good Interview is also extracted when we have an intelligent person on the other side. Tom is smart and David Sinclair is mind blowing. Love the way he explains the stuff, phenomenal research and cannot imagine the impact this will have on us a few years on. Must also say that in the Asian Indian Hindu traditions for thousands of years there has been emphasis on fasting to for a healthy body and mind which would lead to a higher level being. Science here collides with a dimension that actually determines human evolution both on physical and non-physical planes. Totally agree that it's important for the body to feel cold, feel a bit of physical adversity, move away from the comfort zone. Excellent interview. Phenomenal science and wonderful tips
katsan88 2 жыл бұрын
The experiments with the eye regeneration is extremely exiting and can't wait for the future of medicine. Hopefully, these discoveries are made available for all and not just for a select few.
Akshara Yadav
Akshara Yadav Жыл бұрын
Well said.
johnny maakana
johnny maakana Жыл бұрын
Is the eye regeneration therapy available or are we talking future interventions?
Matt Buckley
Matt Buckley 2 ай бұрын
Utterly mesmerising interview from start to finish. Such a fine science and ultimately the greatest challenge. Imagine a world where bright minds can continue with their research instead of the reset having to pass it on to a younger generation who may not have the same focus. Of course new ideas are always important, but nothing worse than a genius running out of time.
𝗪𝗵𝗮𝘁𝘀𝗔𝗽𝗽+𝟭𝟰𝟭𝟮𝟮𝟱𝟰𝟯𝟱𝟮𝟮 2 ай бұрын
lila itzkovitz
lila itzkovitz Жыл бұрын
I am at ore at this amazing interview. So grateful for the amazing work you both are doing! 🙏🙏🙏
J.P Leonardo
J.P Leonardo Жыл бұрын
Powerful topic. A lot of things I can take in for sure. Ice cold showers are so beneficial, which I love the fact it's a part of this topic. Making yourself slightly hungry makes sense. Taking care of yourself is the key, mentally and physically. Meditation is such a solid key and always remember this. Age is nothing but a number, but growth and maturation are eternal. Exercise and cook your food. Let's go #Thingsofthatnature
Jonas TY.
Jonas TY. Күн бұрын
Lol It’s not just a number. It’s the most stupid thing people tell those days
T N T 23 күн бұрын
Noxxie 3 жыл бұрын
Tom is such a good listener. I love how he is always eager to learn like a student, his learning mode is always on.,👏👏
Kabhi Sharma
Kabhi Sharma 2 жыл бұрын
Well observed
mr cat
mr cat 2 жыл бұрын
@Mr WLF i always noticed a gap in Tom’s lips. i always get an urge to put my pinkie through it 😣. does anybody else notice this?
Mr WLF 3 жыл бұрын
Luna EB i wanted to make a dumb joke about the ears =))))))))))))))))))))that's why he got them...but i love the guy..he changed my life for sure.
Jagath Pathirane
Jagath Pathirane Жыл бұрын
Just happened to watch this though not too late! I totally agree with the extreme temperatures and cold baths to trigger healing! I am 60 year old male and live in the tropics so no question of warm baths instead a daily cold water shower at around 6.30am ! I very rarely suffer from colds leave others …. 🤞! The most important aspect is about the mind game which is not touched here! It’s all in “the mind” for me! My 45 minute daily meditation 🧘 session heals everything and during my meditation I scan my body top to toe through my minds eye and give my inner soul or the subconscious messages and tasks to heal and rebuild and rejuvenate everything that is aged and replaced with new healthy and strong cells! Also I have turned the clock back 20 years in my subconscious 🤪…. I think this has helped me in every way for good health and success that I have achieved thus far! Of course I eat healthy and exercise and most importantly take the “ middle path” which is moderation in everything you do according to Buddhist way of life being one!
Matthew Griffith
Matthew Griffith Жыл бұрын
Thank you both for this powerful information I am so grateful for you both for having such a positive impact on my life.
Mike Tapta
Mike Tapta Жыл бұрын
Got to give credits to some ancient traditions found in Africa and Asia who early on understood the importance of fasting and using the elements found in nature to heal themselves despite living in harsh conditions and having limited resources. They have been practicing for centuries what science is explaining and backing nowadays.
Two Party Illusion
Two Party Illusion 2 жыл бұрын
My mom is 84, works full time, has naturally brown hair, lots of really young friends, stays active, and her doctor treats her as he treats a 60 year old. My dad, same age; retired at 65, he's sick and can barely walk direct correlation.
skye_bby 2 ай бұрын
Retirement = old mindset to most people. There's people who are wealthy and retire in their 40s but stay active, travel and live like the young people they are. Anyone sitting on a couch eating all day will age faster.
MR B 2 ай бұрын
Darren Mcdermott
Darren Mcdermott Жыл бұрын
i truly believe you don't use it you will lose it. so when someone sets their mind on retireing that means they will lose all their power and their body will decline ,because their cells will will know and the cells in the body can hear and thier is a intelligence that keep us going so stay postive and active
AriaGeige Жыл бұрын
@peace love I guess it's genetics - my grandmother also had naturally brown hair until she was around 90 and even now she still has a only a bit of grey!
Anti-aging withAF
Anti-aging withAF Жыл бұрын
pstubeing 3 ай бұрын
You have the BEST guests! And you are an excellent interviewer and your obvious knowledge on this topic is impressive. Thanks and keep it up!
Costas Costas
Costas Costas 2 жыл бұрын
13:20 I trust this guy only because of what he said: "nobody knows what is the perfect diet, all I can tell you is for rodents" "what we discovered... what my colleagues discovered..." he knows the limitations of his research and he gives credit where it is due, which means that if he says something I am happy he believes in it and does not hype it up. Trustworthy!
Lakshmi Patrícia
Lakshmi Patrícia 2 ай бұрын
@D. Blank please Could you tell me how / with who you came to know that skipping breakfast can lead to dementia? It's really important to me. Thank you so much!
X 7
X 7 2 ай бұрын
He understands that NOBODY has complete understanding. He's comfortable with acknowledging he doesn't know what he doesn't know. That nothing is certain so yeah he's honest at the very least here to an extent.
Professor Dumbledore
Professor Dumbledore 2 ай бұрын
A research oriented person always presents the conclusions of his studies this way.....
Suzie 5 ай бұрын
researchers always talk like that. nothing is a fact and nothing is finite.
Rants Of A Grumpy Old Lady
Rants Of A Grumpy Old Lady 2 жыл бұрын
This is absolutely fascinating! I'm in my mid 60s but I hope that I can still benefit from making some of these changes
Ali Cassidy
Ali Cassidy 2 жыл бұрын
Of course you can... Good luck
Paul Cesare
Paul Cesare 2 жыл бұрын
Cutting edge, outstanding information and guidance!!!! Thank you and keep researching David Sinclair!!!!
John Milner
John Milner 12 күн бұрын
My Mother is 92 and is on zero medication. My Dad Died at 90 but would have lived longer if he wasn’t nagged by my Mother which stressed him out. He should have devoured at 50. I’m 69 and feel like I did in College. I workout 3x’s/wk, eat well, ski in the winter, road bike in the summer, do yard work on a 1 acre lot and play with cars and I don’t look my age.😊
G Z Жыл бұрын
This was great. The supplements do make your quality of life better. I don't think they reverse aging though, I feel like that can be done only in a lab through direct injection of a very specific area. But I think I know why whales live long and we don't. They live in a cleaner invironment, have no wars, eat good, relax, hang out, have no bills, no insane amount of unhealthy stress really, no vaccinations. Also, it looks like our ancestors knew a way to live up to almost thousand years, but those ways were lost to the regular people.
rlg222 Жыл бұрын
This is an interesting subject. Some of us will never see these advances successfully but I'm glad they find the ability to work on it and never stop. My first thought is how individuals called out in the bible lived so much long to just to reproduce. Its is investing how my instincts tend to be smarter than my brain's ability to solve a problem within myself. Like how good I feel when I don't eat most fo the day. I would hear people tell me I'm damaging my internal body. I use to be this way naturally in my early to mid 20's. Its funny after all these years I hear about how beneficial it is to restrict your intake or just not eat for some period of time. It's been my understanding that things are always determined by factors and there is no spiritual reason for any of it.
Amit Agarwal
Amit Agarwal 3 жыл бұрын
Incredible! One thing to take away from this interview is that fasting does wonders to your body and longevity and to my surprise this has been advocated in Indian lifestyle for 1000's of years. My mom has been doing fasting for whole day once a week for 30 years and touch wood she is doing excellent. Wow this has been I think the most useful video I have ever watched. Thanks a lot tom for airing this. God bless you.
Olga Karpova
Olga Karpova 3 жыл бұрын
Nowadays western science is slowly approaching things the ancient rishis knew and outlined in Ayurved ages ago
David Karpik
David Karpik 3 жыл бұрын
You're touching your wood when you talk about your mother?
Softreck Softreck
Softreck Softreck 3 жыл бұрын
why? you have the best person at home, your mother was able proving the fasting method and you still was not able to understand, but one jew is talking about fasting and now you understood? hey! what wrong with you? give some flowers for your mother!
50kT Жыл бұрын
The part at around 23:25 about "poisoning the mitochondria" so that you end up with more mitochondria reminds me of gardening. You can keep a flower blooming by snipping he flower before the mature fully, causing the plant to "stay young" longer and continue producing flowers. Also it's like pruning a tree to stimulate more growth so it ends up with even more branches and a fuller canopy
Sara Perez
Sara Perez Жыл бұрын
Almost like we have answers around us. Great observation!
Evon Colon
Evon Colon Жыл бұрын
CORRECT and it also explains why their are synthetic drugs. It's easy for one to CREATE ANY thing as long as one uses a piece of the original organism. That Part
Topaze Rox
Topaze Rox Жыл бұрын
Thanks! You've just told me what to do about my tomato plants!
rlg222 Жыл бұрын
Good point about the flower's..
Pelagia Komni
Pelagia Komni 2 жыл бұрын
Every time I watch an episode from Impact Theory, I feel I become a bit smarter. Thank you very much, Tom, for all these interviews full of knowledge!
Dhiraj Sai
Dhiraj Sai Жыл бұрын
every time means ???? every 50min ??? How Many 50min ???
Anti-aging withAF
Anti-aging withAF Жыл бұрын
Dana Pietruszynski
Dana Pietruszynski Ай бұрын
Stay safe Doc! There are plenty who will not want you to be successful for helping everyone but instead only helping them. GOD speed to you for what you're trying to accomplish
ThisAccøuntHasBeenCłøned Жыл бұрын
Some aging research info: - Lengthening telomeres - NAD+ & Resveratrol supplements - Gene splicing - Calorie restriction - Exercise - Avoid stress - FOXO gene ( If you have 2 copies, you’ll likely live longer and in better health). Skin tips: - Sunscreen (wear sunscreen everyday you go out) - Sleep on your back - Collagen supplements - Moisturize daily - Creams with? Hyaluronic acid, vitamin c, retinol… - Exfoliate (but not too often, once a week is likely enough) - Avoid overdoing facial expressions (e.g., raising your eyebrows). - Don’t smoke (kind of a no brainer, both inside and out, it’s terrible for you). - Cut down on sugar - Get enough sleep - Red light therapy - Skin laser treatments Foods: Dark chocolate Olive oil Blueberries Avocados Salmon Tomatoes Green Tea Bonus = Look up the Eternal Jellyfish, Dr David Sinclair and Aubrey de Grey. Also for inspiration Chuando Tan, Mario Lopez and Cher Any other tips on reversing/slowing aging?
devotee Ай бұрын
Garlic is very useful as well.
Jessica Rodriguez @insta shivalingajr
Jessica Rodriguez @insta shivalingajr 10 ай бұрын
As a Hindu I definitely don't want to live forever in this form I'm excited to see where I go after this and I also love seeing where I've been before this but it's wonderful to stop your aging right in its course
Lady Dee
Lady Dee 2 жыл бұрын
Short summary: 1. Intermitent fasting - basically being hungry some periods of time - maybe the most important factor! 2. HIIT - high intensity interval training, shocking organism with high pulse rates 3. Low carb diet - no sugar 4. NMN - Nicotinamide mononucleotide 5. Metformin - keeping the blood sugar levels steady by controlling the insuline levels - BUT taking it only on days you are not exercising 6. Exercising - combination of weight lifting, cardio and stretching 7. Shocking body with rapid temperature change - for about an hour - sauna, steam room, hot tube, cold shower - cold exposure builds up brown fat that revs up our metabolism and helps us to stay lean 8. Metabolic winter hypothesis - in our lifestyles we are always warm, wearing jackets, we turn up the heat, we never get exposed to cold unless we don't want to - partly responsible for diabetic problems we have. If you are cold at night, you are gonna turn on your brown fat, burn a lot more energy keeping you warm, and keeping you lean. 9. NAD + booster molecule (nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide) - NR (Nicotinamide Riboside) , NMN 10. Resveratrol - as a supplement - 1 gram a day
ScholaroftheWorld — Alternate History
ScholaroftheWorld — Alternate History 20 күн бұрын
Didn't the guy literally say the genes tell you have long you will live? What is this BS you are providing in comment
Monner Manush - Supriya Chakrabirty
Monner Manush - Supriya Chakrabirty Ай бұрын
Can you please explain No. 4 little mor. Pls. Thanks
sad flame princess
sad flame princess Ай бұрын
Thank you for taking the notes.
Ijeoma Ogochukwu
Ijeoma Ogochukwu Ай бұрын
Thank you
J W Ай бұрын
@Gregorie I'm a fellow, Canadian and yes when I'm shivering in the snow to get to my car I am definitely burning more calories than someone in Thailand. Or when I'm in Vancouver in the rain is pouring on me and I need to run to get to wherever I'm going outside yes I am burning more calories than someone in Thailand. You just don't realize it because you're always in Canada. We walk FAST too!
Chris Penney
Chris Penney Жыл бұрын
Tom is an absolute master of the interview. None better!
Ken Carey
Ken Carey 10 ай бұрын
I have heard many interviews with David. You asked incredibly good questions
Deborah Duthie
Deborah Duthie 16 күн бұрын
I love the ease at the explanations, all totally logical and understandable. Brilliant chat guys🧬✅🇦🇺
Brancaalice 2 жыл бұрын
When i see how diligent the body organs work every single hours, every day it something beyond amazing. Just how the heart pump blood, oxigening the blood, taking waste delivering it to the right organs responsible to make it clean and give back. If there is a system in nature that work in perfect synchronicity, it is the body.
Coo Coo Kay
Coo Coo Kay Жыл бұрын
Kevin Anderson
Kevin Anderson Жыл бұрын
I agree with Jonathan. If your life is totally dedicated to make as much money as possible, this will lead to stress, poor quality of life and a shorter life. However, you do need a decent job or you will be worrying about having enough money to pay the bills and keep a roof over your head. It's pretty tough to find a job that pays well, isn't stressful and allows you to have enough money to enjoy yourself. We all want to win the powerball so we never have to worry about money again and enjoy every minute of our lives.
Julian De Villiers
Julian De Villiers 3 жыл бұрын
WOW! The amount of knowledge David has accumulated is extraordinary and we thank you for your life work and continuous contributions David! Great show Tom, one of my favs for sure.
dihuscientistdj Жыл бұрын
wow he's incredible at talking complex science in a way that can be understood
Anti-aging withAF
Anti-aging withAF Жыл бұрын
brio last
brio last Жыл бұрын
Extraordinary presentation. Consistent and complementary to other researchers' work. Amazing and passionate questions by super smart host. Buying his book *NOW*
Gameswithajump Жыл бұрын
Longevity really runs in my family and we all have similar habits. Like every uncle, aunt, grandparent etc. are living 90+ years easily on both sides of my family. Everyone exercising multiple times a week. Everyone. We do not eat really any refined sugars, like zero desserts/sodas/creamers/ice cream etc. None of us are obese, obesity will kill you. All of our meals are home cooked, I actually once went an entire year without going to a restaurant once. Also, we all take care of our skin. Even the men use moisturizers and cleansers and creams etc. I think the biggest thing though is that we are all happy. We don't stress, we sleep well, we relax, we laugh, we smile.
athulya kallu
athulya kallu 2 күн бұрын
Please tell me you are which country
Amber Rico
Amber Rico 12 күн бұрын
Please tell us what kind of food yall eat and is there any single men in your family over 25 years old ? 😅
Tatyana Kaucic
Tatyana Kaucic 17 күн бұрын
Adopt me? 😳😅🙌
MP 27 күн бұрын
May I know your family food menu please🙏 ??? Refined Wheat flour is there?Milk?Meat?
Oshun Sigler
Oshun Sigler 27 күн бұрын
That last question revealed a true Gem! 💎 We honestly don’t have to eat, there’s people that’ve decided to fast for months & are completely healthy. We literally can survive off of water intake & vitamins. I’ll soon have my own plot of land with a greenhouse where I could grow my own healthy fruits & veggies for times when I choose to eat. ✨
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Let's Chat ⬆️⬆️..........
Shayan Жыл бұрын
I was married into a family that averaged 90 years plus. They ate very little to no red meat, small portion sizes, no processed foods and took little stress because being the aggressive type As they are, stressed those around them into depression, stress and many other ailments.
Damon M
Damon M 2 жыл бұрын
Love how Tom really takes the time with his guests to listen and he is right into the interview like focused asf he really proper cares what his guests are saying. He does his research and loves what hes doing
athos1669 Жыл бұрын
What a great interviewer you are! It´s clear that you prepare exhaustively for your interviews. Respect!
Gameswithajump Жыл бұрын
I like how he mentioned CT scans and X-rays. Having a few randomly throughout your life poses very little risk and wont really do anything to you. But if you have a lot, then you start increasing your chances drastically of some true cellular damage and possibly cancer. Having one CT Scan gives you a 1 in 2,500 chance of developing cancer from the radiation, so risk of a one time exposure is very small, about 0.09% chance of irreversible cellular damage. But having 5 jumps that up to about 1 in 500.
Patty Жыл бұрын
Most people can’t avoid CTs and X-rays. I mean, we’re all pretty much screwed.
Patty Жыл бұрын
@Lifeonwheels lol
Lifeonwheels Жыл бұрын
Oh shit, I’m doomed then. I had several ct scans when I needed reconstruction on my face. Bye cruel world.
Nobody Жыл бұрын
My grandfather died at 98, i never saw him making exercise, ate avery type of food and spent most of the day resting in his business. What i can tell is that he had a very relaxed life.
Nobody Жыл бұрын
@Patty he did and i do, what i meant is that stress was no really part of most of his life, contrary to us.
Patty Жыл бұрын
Yeah, I really don’t want to make exercise either lol
The Spotlight Kid
The Spotlight Kid 2 жыл бұрын
I'd like to hear this professor explain the developing evolution of the Gnome (defining all our bodies working aspects) in terms of genetic's irreducible complexity, when millions of things have to be in place for the genetic process to work. The known workings of evolution states that: "One tiny change at a time caused by random mutation is only retained for the next generation if it proves beneficial to the biological system" I'd like to hear anyone explain this "irreducible complexity" our genomes have when mutations are by their very nature "Random" so how did these mutations get past one generation at the very beginning of life on earth, & how did these random events align to one common goal??????? . I'm not holding my breath for a valid answer! There isn't one
Worship Library
Worship Library Ай бұрын
To all beautiful souls listening to this message GOD will solve that problem that has been giving you sleepless nights. Help is on the way!🕊🕊🕊
Emily Irizarry
Emily Irizarry 3 жыл бұрын
This is probably my favorite interview with Dr Sinclair. He is so articulate and explains things very well. Thanks you sir!!
hph081000 Жыл бұрын
Chris Barnard (The guy that did the first human heart transplant) said something to the extend of he has found a gene that activate at a certain time which triggered ageing. He wanted to know what triggered it, and how to stop it from being activated. Chris died years ago in car accident unfortunately.
Robert Hutchins
Robert Hutchins Жыл бұрын
I like his questions and I like how he's answering with great answers!!! I'm learning so much
Z' Lauriault
Z' Lauriault Жыл бұрын
Well, now I have an explanation for why I feel better in cold weather, and feel better being a little chilly indoors, and only really warm at night with blankets only - not turning the heat up. He talks a lot about methylation, and If love to know the strategy for people with methylation disorders (symptoms are many named health issues) and related disorders such as MTHFR which is a lifelong debilitating issue that doesn't wait for aging.
Sharon Campbell
Sharon Campbell Жыл бұрын
Tom you are one of the most knowledgeable and intelligent interviews I've heard. Ty
Anti-aging withAF
Anti-aging withAF Жыл бұрын
Farnaz Ganjeizadeh
Farnaz Ganjeizadeh Ай бұрын
Very informative and simple to follow. Thanks.
Angelo 3 жыл бұрын
My father lived to 92. Was healthy till the end. He ate little his whole life. Remained active. Read allot and limited the drama in his life. He was also very stubborn so I think his mind refused to die. 😆
Paula Poche
Paula Poche 14 күн бұрын
MP 27 күн бұрын
@Peggy De Weerdt It's also the gene which don't have much genetical disorders
MP 27 күн бұрын
@Chris Erics Then how did in olden days people lived 900 years????
MP 27 күн бұрын
@peter carrick Then how in olden days people lived 900 years??????
Michael Hernandez
Michael Hernandez 29 күн бұрын
I like how he said is not what you eat is when you eat... If you're not hungry do you really have to sit with the family during dinner time and force feed yourself?
Georgiy Potulov
Georgiy Potulov Жыл бұрын
I’m 35 and look younger, the secret to staying young is not mental stress but more of physical stress such as surfing, surfing has some of the best benefits to what Tom is talking about. Because every time you charge after a wave you get what Tom is talking about not to mention you arc your back (especially on a short board) and this gives you good posture, keeps you flexible and very relaxed yet gives your muscle good tone, I used to swim in the middle of winter with 43 degree water in my spring suit and this helped me dramatically, not to only get in shape but it helped me out with my singing. ( I am a classically trained singer)
Ian Dalton
Ian Dalton 3 күн бұрын
I've always been super healthy ,fit.dark hair until I was 33. I'm 35 now with very white hair on my face like a wizard. Its like age slapt me in the face from stress. My faith changed aswell after looking at all religion as a whole. Once you see the truth,it's like opening pandoras box and can't be unlearned. To be blind is to have faith. I've always believed the mitochondria is what gives us our lifespan. The powerhouse. Our lifespan is only based on what we get from the mother if that's the case. Male uses his mitochondria to swim to egg and is lost in conception. What if we use the male mitochondria instead of female during conception.or combine the energy. Thoughts?
Ed .Z
Ed .Z Ай бұрын
I have back pain issues a lot and 28 years and im getting older because of this hard sharp pain😢
shake speare
shake speare Жыл бұрын
My granddad lived 102 years. I am 42 and feel like 65. The difference is that my granddad lived all his life very close to the nature. He grew his own food, had his own cattle, worked really hard, gave his fullest to his family and friends and led a very simple life. On the other hand I have been in a very well paid but very stressful 9-5 job for years, eat supermarket food and ready meals, spend hours of my eyes on computer TV and Phones, spend time on useless electronic media, always feel uncertain and fearful about future etc., I am sure you have figured it all out you all my wise fellows
HOMKiNG H7K 7 күн бұрын
It’s still everything in your hands bro, try to break your limits everyday!. After one year u will difference..
Elliott Rubenstein
Elliott Rubenstein Жыл бұрын
Always informative.
Thus Changed
Thus Changed Жыл бұрын
Thank you both, so much, for pushing this convo fwd into the public!
AnswersFromGod dot Com
AnswersFromGod dot Com Жыл бұрын
It is amazing to listen to this guy. He clearly recognizes that DNA is a digital language, and language (information) must come from a mind per information theory (which is based upon the entropy laws). Then he goes on to conclude that our bodies somehow evolved. Hummm... No cognitive dissonance there...
Liz P
Liz P 2 ай бұрын
This is fascinating and makes sense. I'm glad I watched this video. I'm going to try everything he's doing.
forestfox66 3 жыл бұрын
I have unintentionally fasted daily my whole life 18:6 as my body does not like breakfast, I eat when I am only hungry and stop when I am full, I eat healthily, I sleep in a cold bedroom, I hike mountains every day even in winter, and it makes me feel great, and I live in cold Norway. I have also lived 5 years in the tropics. My body can easily adapt to extreme cold and heat, and I am never sick. At 50 kgs, I am lean and mean. I am 40, look 30 and have a 20-year-old figure. All this new science is very interesting, but listening to your body and what instinctively makes you feel good is equally informative! I am a zoologist, we are animals, but sometimes we just think way too much ;-)
Annie Ezekiel
Annie Ezekiel Жыл бұрын
Love yr comments. So much.
M K 2 жыл бұрын
@HuskyTheDog No drugs or alcohol *ever* ? No vaccines as a child? No cold meds? Never even tried alcohol? Where do you live and how were you raised?
Kishan Chali
Kishan Chali 2 жыл бұрын
@HuskyTheDog Do you avoid any meal, like lunch or dinner?
Rx P
Rx P 2 жыл бұрын
I battle with food addiction, sugar. I was raised with parents from Italy with the mindset - We Live to Eat as opposed to eating to live. Hard to get away from now that I’m close to 50. I’m trying though.
Eddie Tan
Eddie Tan Жыл бұрын
Question: Does the act of fasting or the sensation of being hungry reduce aging? Because I have been intermediate fasting and I rarely get hungry
bw sa
bw sa Жыл бұрын
He was talking about hunger in a metabolic sense.
Leanna Bond
Leanna Bond 2 жыл бұрын
About 6 months ago I decided I was going to start getting younger...I now see how powerful our minds are as I actually look and feel younger and have lost about 30lbs now without any scheduled exercise but rather doing isometrix type exercises at every moment of my waking hours.
Anti-aging withAF
Anti-aging withAF Жыл бұрын
Ancient Chart Music and Art
Ancient Chart Music and Art Жыл бұрын
I've been doing one meal a day for several months, making sure that what I do eat is nutritionally dense. I also think I was lucky in my family's genepool, because of my facial characteristics. I looked younger than most when I was 18 - and when I was 23, this one guy wouldn't even sell me liquor. He was adamant that "You're NOT 21." (It still pisses me off when I remember it LOL). Now than I'm in my 50's, my round face is working to my advantage - people are genuinely surprised that I'm as old as I am. It happens often enough that it's not a coincidence. I feel so fortunate that way, and I also gave up alcohol and smoking years ago (almost killed myself with alcohol). So, it's a few different factors that play into it, and I am happy to learn that fasting is also conducive to anti-aging. Honestly, my skeleton is small enough that I don't really carry extra weight very well - but I'm also not terribly skinny. Thanks for the informative videos - Love your show!!
Ancient Chart Music and Art
Ancient Chart Music and Art Жыл бұрын
I also agree with the fact that it's the temporal nature of life which makes it more precious.
Ivonne Lopez
Ivonne Lopez 2 жыл бұрын
I’ve stressed out all my life. I’m 31, people say that I look 18. I’m wondering if there is a correlation between stress, aging, and trauma.
Silvia Mihailova
Silvia Mihailova Жыл бұрын
Happy new year, but you dont really look 18.....
Anti-aging withAF
Anti-aging withAF Жыл бұрын
Georgiy Potulov
Georgiy Potulov Жыл бұрын
I’m 35 and look younger, the secret to staying young is not mental stress but more of physical stress such as surfing, surfing has some of the best benefits to what Tom is talking about. Because every time you charge after a wave you get what Tom is talking about not to mention you arc your back (especially on a short board) and this gives you good posture, keeps you flexible and very relaxed yet gives your muscle good tone, I used to swim in the middle of winter with 43 degree water in my spring suit and this helped me dramatically, not to only get in shape but it helped me out with my singing. ( I am a classically trained singer)
Alena duplantier
Alena duplantier Жыл бұрын
No offence but you look 40 in your profile iam also 32 by the way
Genesis Fox
Genesis Fox Жыл бұрын
This guy is a blessing. I'm glad people don't feel like death needs to happen. I'd rather fight aging and go down kicking I think.
A.I. Video Fun
A.I. Video Fun 3 жыл бұрын
Props to you, Tom, for understanding what he is talking about and having an intelligent conversation. Respect!
Aayu Жыл бұрын
This professor is amazing!
Jenny Liya Paintings
Jenny Liya Paintings Жыл бұрын
very interesting topic.. i was in a very bad and unhealthy lifestyle for years..!! i was getting sick day by day.. now i m trying to lead a healthy lifestyle and already i am observing the differences .. Eat healthy, be active and keep your mind stress free that’s it.. live your life.. ❤️
Nunya 9 ай бұрын
I’m a firm believer that there are a few factors that ultimately affect aging. 1) diet (obviously). Those who eat a lot of processed foods, carbs, junk, age a lot faster than those that control it or don’t. 2) fitness. Fitter people just in general automatically look atleast 5 years younger. And then always being active provides the same effect. There’s people at the gym who are like 10 years older than I think they are because they love to workout. Dude I was talking to in the sauna today was 53 but I thought he was early-mid 40s. Hes always lifting and at the gym 5x a week. 3) fashion. When you get older you stop caring about what’s hip, or the clothes you wear..guys especially. Big no-no. While you don’t need to be buying the latest trends in fashion like the teenagers are, having a good fashion sense will almost always make you look younger. I know guys in their 40s who rock the sandal/sock/cargo/polo combo and they seem to like it. Good for them but it definitely adds like 5-10 years of what you really are. 4) attitude. Simple, there are people who get angry over everything, stress over everything, complain for the smallest reasons, over-sensitive, quick to attack someone, etc…. Yea those things age you quick too. Look at Johnny Depp in that trial. Dude was just being silly and laughing where it’s supposed to be a serious setting…if I didn’t originally know his age, I would NEVER have thought he was 58. Dude could pass for early 40s. Your mannerisms can age you, and if he behaved what we expect 58yos to behave like, then he may pass for it.
life simple
life simple 2 ай бұрын
My experiment raw food plant base diet makes me younger and am happy for that 😎❤
Dick Armstrong
Dick Armstrong 5 ай бұрын
David Sinclair is brilliant. I hope to see more of him interviewed by someone who doesn't look like they had a rough night at the pub last night and barely made it to work.
Shells Pink
Shells Pink 2 ай бұрын
Would love to hear more about how Fluoroquinolones work and how they speed up the aging process.
Emet 3 жыл бұрын
The interviewer is doing his job almost perfectly. Just wanted to say that, good job man!
Anti-aging withAF
Anti-aging withAF Жыл бұрын
Keto Bodybuilder
Keto Bodybuilder Жыл бұрын
when they zoomed into the sticky out ears though i chuckled
LaMar Жыл бұрын
@Pennie Hutson Totally agree. Ppl often feel the need to use the F word when feeling inferior to someone who is far more intelligent.
Spiro Angelatos
Spiro Angelatos Жыл бұрын
100% scripted informercial.
Pennie Hutson
Pennie Hutson 2 жыл бұрын
@N M one swears when they have not the knowledge to speak better. Sign of ignorance.
H O 2 жыл бұрын
Wow that’s an amazingly informative interview. Thank you.
Bea Wesley
Bea Wesley Жыл бұрын
I had multiple health issues. Last year I started fasting. I don’t eat from 18.00 to 12.00 the following day. I have given up sugar, caffeine, gluten, alcohol, dairy and processed foods. My health has improved dramatically. I would also add that drinking a really good quality water makes a big difference as well.
gd Жыл бұрын
Are your health issues gone?
pstubeing 3 ай бұрын
Dear Dr. Sinclair, please don’t confuse pharmaceitical companies with society. Thank You, keep up the great work and good luck to you!
Chris Schey
Chris Schey Жыл бұрын
What a terrific show. David looks like a mischievous boy despite his 50 years. His research may ensure he will be the same at 100. Thanks both of you for such exciting information.👍🌹🌹
Limitless Joseph
Limitless Joseph Жыл бұрын
I’m so glad Dr. David Sinclair is trying his very best to thrive and change the pattern of humanity a little bit. Likewise, I’m beginning to sense that excessive of our energy being invest in one thinking approach can result in a higher chances of consequences. There are other scientists takes on the same career just like Dr. David Sinclair are Dave Asprey etc. If these types of scientist can cooperate and work together therefore humanity will have a high possibility in achieving age reversal or unlimited life span. Hope it happens very fast and I’m begging you to prevent this disease.
JaNae 2 жыл бұрын
I love their chemistry lol Professor Sinclair loves to teach and Tom loves to learn. You can genuinely see the glee in the professors face when Tom poses a great question. Love it!!
Kabhi Sharma
Kabhi Sharma 2 жыл бұрын
Miguel Chipps Inteligente
Miguel Chipps Inteligente 2 жыл бұрын
Tesla referenced human energy 🌬👻jesus christ referenced living waters 💎👩‍🎓👨‍🎓science described water memory 🌊👨‍🎨👩‍🎨existence reflecting psychologically, psalms16:24 k,j proverbs 27:19👻💎👩‍🎓👨‍🎓💖🗽🤍🧮⚖☄🌪🌬
Alexandre Dumas
Alexandre Dumas Ай бұрын
One of the best summary video about aging, David is amazing!
Guy Noir
Guy Noir 10 күн бұрын
I'm 71 and work as a professional mechanic 40 hours a week . I workout before work and again after work . When I can't do a hundred push-ups in a row and 200 crunches I'll retire . I've stayed extremely active all my life and plan to remain that way as long as possible. I've had over 30 broken bones including back and fractured skull , not at the same time , I have no arthritis , I'm sure genetics plays a part but since my grandparents and parents lived a similar lifestyle as mine I don't know how much .
Jessica Rodriguez @insta shivalingajr
Jessica Rodriguez @insta shivalingajr 10 ай бұрын
I just experienced this literally five days ago I got fired for my toxic job I got forced to go back to my old job the universe have been telling me to go back to and I can't believe my skin it's so clear I've never seen it this clear since 10 years ago my stomach immediately went back to how I like it
Yayang Tapir
Yayang Tapir Жыл бұрын
That's a great detailed information about ageing! Thanks for sharing!
Anti-aging withAF
Anti-aging withAF Жыл бұрын
Agata Hooper
Agata Hooper Жыл бұрын
Good interview but some vital info missing like: 1. What is David's diet 2. What are the side effects of the drugs he is taking that he briefly mentioned (but Tom interrupted him before he explained). 3. What is his intake on meditation and mind attitude for health and longevity? 4. Does he get sick at all? These are all very important for the whole picture. I don't take these drugs but I also look 10 years younger and have not changed shape since my early 20's. I am vegetarian border vegan, do 20 min exercise every morning and intermittent fasting for 16 hours every day. Also, have been taking CBD oil regularly twice per day for the last 3 years and since then have not been sick for one day even with a common cold! CBD is proven to stimulate your body to heal itself, eliminates inflammation and hence, improves your immunity significantly. So it is not all about just taking the pills he is talking about. There is much cheaper solution like CBD to help your body for good health and longevity and with no side effects!
Gameswithajump Жыл бұрын
Resveratrol, which he takes and mentions in this video, does not have any side effects as well. It is a natural antioxidant found in grape skins.
Kitty Kat
Kitty Kat Жыл бұрын
Thank you this is soo true. I pill can’t do everything
Kevin M Ruel
Kevin M Ruel Жыл бұрын
He listed what he was on watch it again towards the end
Lucy A
Lucy A 3 жыл бұрын
Aside from diet and lifestyle, the key to anti-aging is truly relaxing, laughing and loving what you do despite the hard times. Keep it simple.
Jing Consengco #Realtor63
Jing Consengco #Realtor63 Жыл бұрын
Very true. If you love what you do its effortless to do it and you will enjoy doing as often as you want. Its gives you extreme happiness and its key to stay young both physically and emotionally.
RAVI VARMA Жыл бұрын
You nailed it.. laugh, love and live... Focus on quality of life then quantity is bi product...
Timmy 2 жыл бұрын
This is such an awesome fact. Not a reason to be lazy, but an incentive to feel healthy in order to be healthy. Because the reason people choose to live healthy is ultimately, to be happy. Such a beautiful cascade effect.
Sara 2 жыл бұрын
powershel23 Married men actually live longer than non married men. Funnily enough, opposite effect on women though.
Jameson Keating
Jameson Keating 2 жыл бұрын
@QuantumBraced What David Sinclair essentially just said in this interview is they are looking into resetting bodies at the cellular level. In a way I guess you could call that genetic intervention, but if you want to be more correct it would be epigenetic intervention.
Elisa Frye
Elisa Frye 2 жыл бұрын
Tom, I REALLY appreciate your tactful ability to press your guests politely, but FIRMLY for further details when they might be being a bit vague about providing some of them. 👍❣️
Ashley G
Ashley G Жыл бұрын
Ok. So cells are born knowing what they are and their functions within the human body (relative to this video), but can you imagine if each one of us were born in the same manner??!!! 😩😂 Great video 💯💯💯🔥
Kev Curtis
Kev Curtis Жыл бұрын
So basically, put yourself in in comfort challenging situations as a normal life , " Be a savage , harden up & do the Warrior life...been living like this since I was 5 yrs old , I'm 53 now & do 1000 exercise challenge monthly, eat simple , and look to do things tht challenge my bravery..Love it !!
Kim Meakins
Kim Meakins Жыл бұрын
This guy is very informative. My input is with this much design in our bodies, were we designed by a higher power or just slid out of the ocean from a blob and designed ourselves.🤣 our brain was designed for a thousand year input. We through diet and other problems have reduced our lifespan.
Soul Rarity
Soul Rarity Жыл бұрын
All I can say is wow! I love your questions bc I would have been lost without you!! Great information!!
Hadas Sasson
Hadas Sasson 2 жыл бұрын
Thank you for this inspiring, healing information! This has been vital. Bless you both for your hard work and dedication for the betterment of humankind!
Healthy Living With Chris Gault
Healthy Living With Chris Gault 2 жыл бұрын
Yes, these guys are brilliant!
CygnusRays 2 жыл бұрын
This is scientific validation of (master faster) Prof. Arnold Ehrets work, ‘Rational Fasting’, ‘The Mucusless Diet Healing System’, his use of Grape Juice fasts etc.. Great introduction to David Sinclair- Thank you!
Azian Madun
Azian Madun 2 жыл бұрын
Interesting stuff. However, we know that our brain is capable to learn new things, so if we put our body in shock consistently, our brain can l learn about it. Therefore we have to consistently upgrade the intensity of the shock, otherwise our brain will not see it as shock. Could you please ask the professor about this when you invite him again in future?
Professor Jay
Professor Jay Жыл бұрын
This interview is an add up to what I’ve already studied from Dr Bruce Lipton. Epigenetic is really the new biology.
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