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LS 32 - Dr. Roger Landry, Masterpiece Living

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The Longevity Biohacking Show

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Staying connected in groups and providing guidance to other humans is a key component to vitality in later years. Societies stereotypes may have you believing when you age you decline, but it’s not true. With constant learning and mental challenges you can keep your brain healthy which adds robustness to your life as you age. Engaging yourself with others has its rewards.

 

Key Takeaways:

[1:21] We can live at very high levels for a longer period of time

[2:34] MacArthur Foundation challenged themselves and considered their individual risks

[3:58] Lifestyle traits in human history are the most beneficial for our health

[5:14] Wild grains supplied a needed food source to stave off famine

[6:25] The holistic lifestyle approach includes more movement and connections

[7:52] The 10 Tips

[8:15] Aging is not only about decline like society would have you believe

[10:27] Who will contribute to society in 2050 if we all believe we are too old

[11:19] Engaging older adults into important roles in our society

[13:27] Government policies don’t really feed into our need for stimulating the brain

[14:37] Brains can rewire themselves when challenged and strengthen itself

[16:06] Be a beginner and continue to learn new things

[17:23] Free nuggets to help you age successfully

 

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