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How to Increase Insulin Sensitivity, and Why

Insulin sensitivity means how sensitive the cells of the body are to the effects of insulin, the hormone that promotes the uptake of nutrients, especially glucose, into cells. Good insulin sensitivity

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Red Meat Is Health Food

Many health authorities denigrate meat, especially red meat, saying that it will clog arteries, cause cancer, and ruin the planet. In reality, red meat is health food, both for what it contains and what

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How to Prevent Cancer

Someone recently asked me how to prevent cancer, so here’s my answer. As the subject of cancer is vast, I’ll keep this brief, and concentrate on what are, in my opinion, the most important

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The Deep Soy State

The aim of the Deep Soy State is the subjugation of any masculine element that poses a threat to its power. pic.twitter.com/TNE9FJB9xP — P. D. Mangan 🇺🇸 (@Mangan150) April 30, 2017 I joked the

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Anti-Aging Studies Are Seriously Compromised

Valter Longo, the noted scientist in aging research, has published a number of studies about fasting as an anti-aging measure. He’s developed a fasting-mimicking diet to be used for extended fasts,

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Is Grass-Fed Beef Worth the Money?

In the recent post about best and worst protein supplements, a reader asked me whether I thought grass-fed whey was worth the money, and I answered in the negative. There’s a larger question: is

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Best Protein Supplements – and the Worst

As part of some research I’m doing for another project, I looked into protein supplements. For myself, I’ve always confined my choice of protein supplement to the best ones, and haven’t

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Aspirin Dramatically Cuts Prostate Cancer Risk

Aspirin is perhaps the most underrated and cheapest life-extension drug currently available. It increases lifespan in mice and prevents heart attacks and cancer. A new study in the International Journal

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Processed Food, Supernormal Stimuli, and Obesity

Obesity has dramatically increased in the U.S. over the past several decades, and what Americans eat has a lot to do with it. In this article we’ll look at the links between processed food, supernormal

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Why Japanese Men Have Far Less Heart Disease

Coronary artery disease, the type that causes heart attacks and is generally known as heart disease, is the leading killer in the U.S., and men have much higher rates of it than women. Things are different

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Why Being Vegan Is a Bad Idea

We were recently treated to the news that a 34-year-old vegan woman, an Australian university professor, died on Mt. Everest while on a mission to prove that “vegans can do anything”. Apparently

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How to Sustain Fat Loss

An article in the NY Times tells the story of contestants on the television show The Biggest Loser, in which obese people go through hard-core exercise and dieting to lose weight. The one who loses the

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How I Plan to Reach 110 Years of Age

It’s strange. At 61 years old, according to statistics and common knowledge, I’m supposed to be getting to the point where age-related diseases start to get me. Aside from the usual, dreaded

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Vegetarian genomic study shows not eating meat is not good for you

But no one was much impressed by the Pune (India) vs. Kansas study. Even Tom Naughton wrote it off as meaning the same thing the head of the NZ vegetarian society said it meant – that omega-6 seed

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The 20 Principles of Rogue Health

A short while ago I wrote a piece that summed up my current anti-aging program. I thought I would do something similar here and in one place articulate the 20 Principles of Rogue Health. Science-based,

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Increase maximum lifespan

Paleo diet is great, but we know that now Like many others, I like to follow many low-carb and paleo bloggers and read what they have to say, and I’ve read numerous books on these topics. Interest

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A Low-Carb Diet Is an Anti-Aging Diet

  Americans eat carbs by the truckload If you want to look like the average overweight schlub, and age and get illnesses like him, one of the best ways to do so is to eat like him. Make sure to get

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Obesity and insulin resistance cause aging, not the other way around

How much is aging really inevitable? A number of physiological processes change with aging, notably autophagy, inflammation, and oxidative stress. While we can do many things to ameliorate them and thus

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