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Exercise

Supramaximal exercise transiently raises serum uric acid

Why exercise-related acute fluctuations in this biomarker shouldn’t be a cause for distress

#252 ‒ Latest insights on Alzheimer’s disease, cancer, exercise, nutrition, and fasting | Rhonda Patrick, Ph.D.

My perspective has shifted as any scientist that’s following data should… When new data comes out, you have to reassess things.” —Rhonda Patrick

#251 – AMA #46: Optimizing brain health: Alzheimer’s disease risk factors, APOE, prevention strategies, and more

The bottom line here is the earlier you were diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, the higher your risk of dementia.” —Peter Attia

#250 ‒ Training principles for longevity | Andy Galpin, Ph.D. (PART II)

The best marathoners in the world would smash almost everyone you know in a 100-meter dash. They’re blazingly fast.” —Andy Galpin

Can a new drug mimic the effects of exercise on bone and muscle?

Researchers have recently discovered that a new drug called locamidazole may help to prevent loss of bone density and muscle mass during periods of inactivity, but it’s no substitute for all of the benefits of exercise.

#239 ‒ The science of strength, muscle, and training for longevity | Andy Galpin, Ph.D. (PART I)

The atrophy of fast-twitch fibers is almost exclusively the problem with aging and muscle.” —Andy Galpin

#236 ‒ Neurodegenerative disease: pathology, screening, and prevention | Kellyann Niotis, M.D.

When you think of brain health, it’s not just the cognitive piece, but it’s the movement piece too.” ‒ Kellyann Niotis

#231 – AMA #41: Medicine 3.0, developments in the field of aging, healthy habits in times of stress, and more

“We have reached the limits of medicine 2.0 capacity, and if longevity is something we are aspiring for, we need a new strategy.” —Peter Attia

#228 ‒ Improving body composition, female-specific training principles, and overcoming an eating disorder | Holly Baxter, APD

You will always lose muscle mass when you attempt a fat-loss phase, but the leaner you get, the greater the risk of that muscle loss because you no longer have that caloric cushioning to support that.” —Holly Baxter

#223 – AMA #39: The Centenarian Decathlon, zone 2, VO2 max, and more

“Time, intensity, and specificity are going to be necessary components to give you the optionality to be able to be as physically active as possible when you’re in the final decade of your life.” —Peter Attia

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