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  1. Clinton

    Olive oil? Healthy or not?!

    Yeah Mike, I'm with you on this one. If a person is interested in a fat source with a salad/veggie meal to aid absorption of fat-soluble nutrients (Vitamin A's, E's and K's, etc.) walnuts, almonds, avocado, pieces of olive provide higher polyphenol density, fiber and other nutrients compared to any oil, even if it does contain some diluted polyphenols such as evoo ... (which requires judicious selection/sourcing, storage considerations, etc..) ... When it comes to evoo ... is the 'juice worth the squeeze'?? not for me.
  2. Clinton

    Olive oil? Healthy or not?!

    Mike, Your link above is not functioning, Clinton
  3. Clinton

    Olive oil? Healthy or not?!

    Sorry if this was already discussed - but I was wondering how does eating a couple of olives compare (polyphenol-wise) to the calorie-equivalent of evoo?? I assume that the 'meat' of the olive would contain significant amounts of the healthy/desired polyphenols??
  4. ok I'm taking notes ... when my bone density eventually decreases schedule fecal transplant from someone living near the equator; hopefully youthful and vegan - got it!!
  5. Clinton


    This is also what I’ve found regarding supplements from India, and the main reason I don’t take ashwagandha.
  6. Clinton

    1 week of CR

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    video of end of first CR vs Eugenia Cooney CR!

    Guys, when Fernando Gabriel/Gombo posted about Lizzie Velasquez he all but flat out admitted he’s trolling these threads. Every time you respond he’s laughing...
  8. Great thread ... thanks much to all above posters
  9. Guys ... Vince is serious about anti-aging and uses the term 'Younging' afaik to contrast our common use of the term 'Aging'. He highlights in this post his own personal plasma transfusions ... this is not a waste of time to read for a 'life extensionist'.Gents; have a read - I think you will enjoy this ...
  10. Good post Mike, and I've seen that paper before. I also believe that the two (maximizing telomere length and minimizing inflammation) are not mutually exclusive and rather optimizing one seems to compliment the other. I think that the diet that which maximizes telomere length (or telomere recovery) is also highly anti-inflammatory. Optimal nutrition, high fiber (whole grains, legumes, vegetables, fruits), omega 3's, proper sleep, etc. etc.. I've looked at this jigsaw puzzle (of aging) from many angles (free radicals, mitochondria, telomeres, inflammation, micronutrients, etc.) and which intervention(s) available to us in the present seem to be most effective for each separate piece of the puzzle; and it seems to me that the majority of the (natural) interventions seem to be aligned/congruent.
  11. https://www.anti-agingfirewalls.com/2020/08/15/younging1-the-emerging-aging-reversal-strategy/ Ladies and Gents, You might find Vince's latest blog inspiring or perhaps at least interesting; based largely on Harold Katcher's recent (apparent) rejuvenation breakthroughs. This blog entry is all about rejuvenation or age-reversal. Vince refers to it as 'Younging' here. Vince has since interviewed Katcher and will also be updated his blog with these interviews, but please have a read of this introductory post and look forward to another couple hundred years of good health!! 😉
  12. Clinton

    MY supplementation list

    Hi Inquiline, How old are you? I’m asking just based on your rapamycin and metformin supplementation. I will be 46 in November and still waiting for a few more years before I start taking those, Clinton