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From our Newsletter “Right To Rejuvenation”
There is this belief that the insights of clinical trials can be translated to individual people. It is as mistaken as it is widespread. And it sets you up for missing out on the most efficient ways of training for healthy longevity. Here is how to do it right.
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Superfoods are a marketing gimmick; Supercombos should replace them. Bioage clocks will become the way to find the supercombos that help you beat CVD and decelerate aging.
A breakfast that makes every diet obsolete, slows down aging, and prevents CVD. While sounds too good to be true, science says it isn’t. Here is why
Super-food as a key to healthy aging is a marketing idea, with not much evidence supporting it. Super-combos are a much better concept. Here is why:
Slow-Agers are the ones that look younger than their chronological age. This more youthful appearance is a surprisingly reliable indicator of also being younger “under the hood”. Which makes looking younger a medically legitimised objective of lifestyle interventions.
Is nitrate carcinogenic or cardioprotective? Let’s dive into a controversy that pits health organisations against themselves.
Single blood pressure readings are notoriously difficult to interpret. That’s why continuous home blood pressure monitoring may save you from false positive or false negative diagnosis.
Taurine may be an ideal target for self-experimenting and biohacking one’s health- and life-expectancy.
Recent headlines and newspaper articles portray Sucralose as a DNA destroyer and cancerous agent. Here is why the study they quote doesn't prove those accusations.
Exercise is the most potent medicine for lifelong health and function. But what is the right type and dose? Unfortunately, published research won’t tell you. But you can find out yourself. Use the N-of-1 method to change from being a passive passenger of health care system to becoming the pilot of your own health.
A mathematical proof has been made that nutrition science’s recommendations are patently unreliable. The name of that proof: Vibration of Effects (VoE).
A 6th sense for calorie balance is far more effective than diets and calorie counting. LiLo empowers its users to train this 6th sense.
Why most occupational health measures are ineffective: the importance of making individualized lifestyle medicine accessible to laypeople
Discover why most occupational health measures are ineffective, why not to trust return-on-investment claims, and why individualised lifestyle medicine is an effective and surprisingly simple solution to the problem.
Discover why home-based monitoring of pulse wave velocity may help you uncover and slow-down the rate of aging.
The health recommendations that are portrayed as universally valid are typically very effective for some, clinically ineffective for many, and even harmful for a few.
A health care system deserving of its name needs to make individualised lifestyle medicine accessible to all.
Self-tracking is simply not enough. Self-experimentation is the way to turn self-tracking data into actionable health behaviors.