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Zestology: Energy, vitality and motivation

Author and TV presenter Tony Wrighton goes on a podcast adventure to find more energy, vitality and motivation. Packed with biohacking, science, health tech, supplements and some of the most respected and well-known experts on the planet. Oh, and occasionally all this experimentation goes wrong - you'll hear those too.
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Aug 17, 2020

He had the Number 1 book in the world for 2 days, surpassing Hillary and Oprah. He's an NYT bestseller… and I love his work.

The end of Alzheimer's was groundbreaking, and Dr. Dale Bredesen has a new one out which may well change the way we think about Alzheimer's and cognitive decline forever. 

In this podcast we talk about the Apoe4 gene quite a bit. This is the gene that makes you more disposed to Alzheimers and I've got one variant of that gene, as do about a quarter of the population.

  • Fasting: 14 to 16 hours? What's good?  Do you allow coffee in that time?
  • Saturated fats, and my unhealthy breakfast.
  • Good fats and histamine intolerance.
  • Omega 3s.
  • What supplements?
  • Resveratrol. Is it really that good?
  • Heart Rate Variability
  • Oxygen saturation
  • And the wonders of chia seed pudding

Finally, we talk about a fascinating study.... it shows that where you live is a key determinant of whether you’ll reach age 100. A recent study indicates that neighborhood walkability, socioeconomic status, and a high percentage of working age population positively correspond with longevity.

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