Dan Buettner

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Dan Buettner has spent the last several years trying “to reverse-engineer longevity,” he said in a keynote address at the
I know, you keep hearing conflicting reports about saturated fat and health outcomes. So do I. Most recently, just a few
We are a species. Perhaps that’s a bit of a blow to our modern, so-over-biology, Homo sapien arrogance; but it’s true just
Given the almost dizzying frequency of diet-related headlines, the one true revelation about nutrition is superficially the
Founder, The True Health Initiative We'll leave it there. The burden of proof does not reside with those of us who see potential
Of course the challenge is unrelenting; we have never confronted it. The current (June 7, 2016) issue of the Journal of the
Risks of too little sodium are a valid concern only at levels massively below mean intake in the U.S., while the harms of excess are with us right now. The priority, obviously, is fixing what's broken. Kudos to the FDA. Their action on salt does not yet have traction in the real world -- but it does pertain to it.
We have been preoccupied with anti-aging perhaps since the very dawn of self-awareness, and the implications of mortality it unveiled. We have, ever since, tethered our fears to faith and fantasy, tangled our aspirations up in fable -- about fountains of youth in particular.
Conclusions about diet study outcomes that are this precarious, that can be worked just a bit, and flipped -- are utterly useless. They are propaganda.