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Lifespan: Why We Age—and Why We Don't Have To It S A Seemingly Undeniable Truth That Aging Is Inevitable But What If Everything We Ve Been Taught To Believe About Aging Is Wrong What If We Could Choose Our Lifespan In This Groundbreaking Book, Dr David Sinclair, Leading World Authority On Genetics And Longevity, Reveals A Bold New Theory For Why We Age As He Writes Aging Is A Disease, And That Disease Is Treatable This Book Takes Us To The Frontlines Of Research Many From Dr David Sinclair S Own Lab At Harvard That Demonstrate How We Can Slow Down, Or Even Reverse, Aging The Key Is Activating Newly Discovered Vitality Genes, The Descendants Of An Ancient Genetic Survival Circuit That Is Both The Cause Of Aging And The Key To Reversing It


About the Author: David A. Sinclair

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10 thoughts on “Lifespan: Why We Age—and Why We Don't Have To

  1. Katie Katie says:

    If I am being honest, I expectedfrom a 400 page book written by one of the leaders in longevity It is well written and the illustrations are lovely, but the information on extending healthspan could be summarized in a paragraph which it is I was also disappointed in h


  2. Elise Elise says:

    I read this for work and while the science DNA level detail in the front part is pretty dense, the book really opens up when he writes about the possibility for treating aging as a disease and all the things that currently kill us heart disease, cancers as its symptoms And the


  3. G G says:

    The book consists of 1 a history of aging and longevity related science, 2 a a handwavey survey of some interesting metabolic pathways and genetic epigenetic programming techniques that Prof Sinclair and friends have pursued, 3 philosophical, aesthetic, and moral arguments on why pursu


  4. Mario Tomic Mario Tomic says:

    Coming from a perspective of someone who studies evidence based nutrition, exercise, and healthy lifestyle factors for over a decade now, this book is a must read.Solving aging is one of the final frontiers for humankind, and the information David has provided here is a big step in the right di


  5. Jack Kresa-Reid Jack Kresa-Reid says:

    Highly recommended for anyone wanting to understand the hallmarks of ageing and how to manage them.Understandable and well communicated science underpinning human longevity David wrote it in a way a layman like myself could easily understand The book lays down the existing science Past what we know and


  6. Jackie Jackie says:

    The authors have written an excellent book on a subject that affects everyone It s not too technical and has personal stories to make you really think about treating aging as a disease It was a very enjoyable read.


  7. NK NK says:

    I love this book so much It has a deep personal connection and justifies its facts Definitely favourite book ever


  8. Paul Paul says:

    This is quite good A heck of a lot of info packed into this, which essentially covers what might become available in the next 10 40 years, and touches on on the potential impacts on society as a result of people living longer You re not going to learn how to live longer, but you will learn some interesting stuff Recommended for c


  9. Cain S. Cain S. says:

    Within our lifetimes many will be able to live longer than 120 years, while enjoying at age 80 90 the health of 30 40 year olds.Gene therapies that can reverse organ damage, like macular degeneration, and get rid of senescent cells, which increase with age and cause the various illnesses of old age, are already proving to be successful in


  10. Linda Linda says:

    I ve been following David Sinclair s research into aging for many years, and this book is a great summary of his work and that of others, where the field of aging research is headed, and what we can expect Dr Sinclair is and has always been an optimist I m an optimist too, so that s fine by me While he isn t a medical doctor and can t give medical


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