mccoy Posted April 27, 2022 Report Share Posted April 27, 2022 (edited) In this 2nd podcast with Peter Attia hosting Nir Barzilai the theory of genetics applied to centenarians is discussed. I did not find extreme practical value in this part. Data would suggest that centenarians have protective genes, and this would govern their longevity (I wonder if the blue zones theory is still valid). The most practically interesting part is the news about the TAME trial, the discussion on metformin and NMR/NAD etc. The TAME study is enrolling individuals of 65+ age. Biological clocks are discussed (Levine's and Horvath's models) and Attia manifests his doubts about the validity of such models. Edited April 27, 2022 by mccoy Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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