What is therapeutic plasma exchange (TPE)? How does TPE impact brain health? How does inflammation drive aging? What is cell senescence? Are people who donate blood healthier? How frequently does someone need to do TPE? What are the risks?
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Dr. Sanjeev Goel, physician and founder of Peak Human, is passionate about taking a holistic approach to wellness through Integrative and Regenerative Medicine. He advocates a healthy lifestyle centered around plant-based diet, focused physical activity, and enhancing mental resilience. Dr. Goel joins us to discuss therapeutic plasma exchange, regenerative medicine, longevity, and more.
“There’s something about young blood that potentially causes rejuvenation or there’s something about the removal of old blood that actually causes rejuvenation.”
“We know that Alzheimer’s is really caused by inflammation and lack of ability to detoxify the brain… so that’s causing more and more inflammation.”
“In animals, we have pretty good science that this is causing less neuroinflammation, in muscles it looks like there’s going to be more stem cells, and more regeneration in the liver.”
“Inflammation seems to be a key driver of aging.”
“If you change the base at which these cells are living in and bring it back down to a more youthful stage, then those cells behave like they’re younger.”
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