Growing Older, Living Younger 

Welcome to Growing Older, Living Younger

Growing Older, Living Younger (GOLY) will empower you to change your aging process at the cellular level, to feel vibrant, healthy and energetic as you age. Through the lens of epigenetic science, we will explore the small steps you can take on a daily basis, to change your aging trajectory and promote health span over lifespan.

New research reveals that what you think, how you move, what you eat, how you interact with others, stimulate your mind or challenge yourself, can modulate expression of your genes. You inherit your genetic blueprint from your parents. But you construct the person that you become.

The GOLY Roadmap to healthy aging is based on modulating gene expression through lifestyle changes in 7 core areas, as introduced in my book Growing Older, Living Younger: The Science of Aging Gracefully and the Art of Retiring Comfortably.

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072 Larisa Petrini: Sleep Deprivation and the Aging Effect

072 Larisa Petrini: Sleep Deprivation and the Aging Effect

The goal of the Growing Older Living Younger podcast is to show you how small changes in lifestyle and habits can have a big impact on your health and vitality as you age. The way we develop, mature and age, is governed by an ongoing complex interaction of our genome,...

071 Penelope Jane Smith: The Financial Freedom Formula

071 Penelope Jane Smith: The Financial Freedom Formula

Get your money working harder FOR you so you don't have to work so hard. (Penelope Jane Smith) A theme that has come up repeatedly in this podcast  is the effect that undue stress can have on health and health span. As today’s guest knows only too well, one of...

070 Dr. Jamin Brahmbhatt: The Palmetto and the Prostate

070 Dr. Jamin Brahmbhatt: The Palmetto and the Prostate

Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) with associated lower urinary tract symptoms occurs increasingly as men age. Estimates suggest that around 50% of men in the 50 to 60 age group feel the effects of BPH, and the prevalence increases with each decade. Herbal...

069 Brian Gryn: Intermittent Fasting and Eating Clean.

069 Brian Gryn: Intermittent Fasting and Eating Clean.

Today we talk about intermittent fasting, a powerful way to reduce cravings, control weight and live youthfully. During my rehabilitation from sciatica and spinal surgery, I was struggling to lose the excess fat I had gained from months of inactivity. ...

067  Becoming Truly Relationship Ready with Roy Biancalana

067 Becoming Truly Relationship Ready with Roy Biancalana

It is well recognized that an important determinant of  wellbeing and healthy aging is socialization, being connected to family, friends and community. Most of us want to be loved and nurtured. Sometimes we are lucky, we find our soulmate, our other half or...

065 Dr. Florence Comite. Epigenetics, Biomarkers and Aging.

065 Dr. Florence Comite. Epigenetics, Biomarkers and Aging.

In Growing Older Living Younger, we discuss how small changes in lifestyle and habits can have a big impact on your health and vitality as you age. Using healthy aging strategies, tools and products, you can favourably alter your aging at the cellular level by...

064 Michael Hingson: Shake off the Dust and Move On.

064 Michael Hingson: Shake off the Dust and Move On.

 The critical key to surmounting obstacles, conquering challenges, and reaching your goals lies in your mind. You have to believe with your whole being that you can do it. Often what holds you back is fear. Today I talk with Michael Hingson, author of Thunderdog:...

063 Erica Hornthal: Movement, Emotion and Mental Health

063 Erica Hornthal: Movement, Emotion and Mental Health

Albert Einstein famously said “life is like a bicycle. To keep your balance you must keep moving.” Keeping physically active and moving is a key factor for overall wellness, and for healthy aging. Many studies have shown a strong association between a sedentary...

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