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David Stewart

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David is the founder and face of AGEIST. He is an expert on, and a passionate champion of the emerging global over-50 lifestyle. A dynamic speaker, he is available for panels, keynotes and informational talks at david@agei.st.

Bones, Joints and Urolithin A

If we were to take a poll of what people fear most about aging, mobility and the independence that comes with it would probably be at the top of the list. Not being able to go where one wants when one wants to is a very big deal. Everything...

Walter Jennings, 61: Super-Aging in Hong Kong

The expat life is not for everyone but, for those with a thirst to learn and live in a new culture, it can lead to a remarkably rich life. Walter Jennings has come a long way, from a modest upbringing in rural New Jersey to a global life based...

Francesca James, 71: The Gift of Intuition

Where do you live? Inglewood, CA. How old are you? 71. How is the experience of aging different for someone of color? I can’t speak on behalf of other ethnicities; I can only speak on behalf of myself, as a Black Woman. I’ve experienced a level of respect at being an elder that I...

Rebooting the Genome Successfully Reversed Aging 

We spoke with Dr Morgan Levine 2 years ago concerning the remarkable results that she and a team that included Dr David Sinclair had in restoring vision in mice. In that experiment, published in the journal Nature, older mice had tighter optic nerves crushed causing blindness. Then, using a...

Winter Hydration Is Weirdly Important

I have been spending quite a bit of time in the cold recently as part of my ski racing quest, and one of the things I have noticed is that thirst and hydration don’t seem to work the same way as when in a warm environment. If you’ve ever...

Denis Noble, 86: The Science and Art of Longevity

Innovator, scientist, musician, ballroom dancer, and Oxford University Emeritus Professor of Cardiovascular Physiology Denis Noble could be lying back reminiscing about developing the first mathematical model of cardiac cells way back in 1960 when he was in his twenties. Instead, he has just taken up dancing, gives musical performances in...

Sandy Hanna, 72: Embracing Life

The collected stack of our experiences shape us to be the people we are today. The most powerful of those being what we experienced as children. For some, these can be tough to deal with; for others, they can be informative springboards bringing us unique and valuable world views....

New Year, New Brain, New You

When the Buddhists say, “Change your mind,” they literally mean change how your mind is wired, which is what long-term meditation will do; it will change how the neurons in your brain work together. I was a daily meditator for some years before I started using a BrainTap. What...

Robb Wolf, 50: Health-First in Life and Work

Robb Wolf is the sort of person who is always asking: Why is this so? Why do we believe something is true, and is there actual evidence that it is so? Coming from a background in biochemistry, he has cast his critical eye on several widely held practices in...

How I Increased My Energy and Endurance

I do my best to stay on top of all the ways that I can be the best at the age I am, now 64, and continue to strive to improve further. Timeline Nutrition’s Mitopure is one of the most exciting products we have seen and, unlike some products,...
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