What To Eat And When For Longevity?


January 20, 2022

In this episode, Harvard professor Dr. David Sinclair and co-host Matthew LaPlante discuss how frequently we should eat, what food we should avoid, and what food we should pursue. They discuss the science behind how a “low energy state,” which can be induced by a period of fasting, combats aging and promotes health. They also walk through research that points to the benefits of a mostly plant-based diet for slowing aging and offer key insights into when to eat and what to eat to maximize longevity.


Dietary restriction extends lifespan in dogs – https://bit.ly/3FlDo4y
Intermittent fasting in patients with metabolic syndrome – https://go.nature.com/3FggKKZ
Alternate day fasting in healthy, non-obese humans – https://bit.ly/3HXGptH
Time-restricted feeding in humans with prediabetes – https://bit.ly/3ffZWct
A 24-hour fast reduces inflammasome activation in humans – https://bit.ly/3fwDc8t
Fasting and diabetes – https://bit.ly/3rdtRHQ
Intermittent energy restriction and multiple sclerosis – https://bit.ly/3HV7i1o
A fasting-mimicking diet in patients with breast cancer – https://go.nature.com/3flcbV2
Mouse genetics influence how diet affects lifespan – https://bit.ly/3qiBc9R
Vegetarian dietary patterns and human mortality – https://bit.ly/31OCtMq
A Mediterranean diet slows biological aging – https://bit.ly/3I1rcbd
Plant polyphenols regulate lifespan in yeast – https://go.nature.com/3HWWGiB
A Mediterranean diet is linked to reduced mortality – https://bit.ly/3fdDPDx


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