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How Aging Influences Our Body's Wellbeing and the Potential to Stop The Process Altogether with Kris Verburgh

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Is aging the root cause of disease and the breakdown of our bodies?

If we can find a way to alter the process, many advances in health and longevity may no longer be out of reach. Press play to learn:

  • Why we age
  • How some organisms appear to be biologically immortal
  • Potential developments to interact with aging coming down the pipeline

Co-Founder of NOVOS, Kris Verburgh, joins the podcast to discuss his work with epigenetics and how aging affects our bodies.

The prospect of aging has long been a reality that many of us would like to avoid.

However, even with setting vanity aside, slowing the aging process or stopping altogether may hold the key to a host of health benefits.

Since genetic modification has recently moved out of the realm of science fiction and into reality, altering the aging process has never been more tangible. New developments and procedures are in the works in the coming years and hold significant promise to potentially alter how humankind considers biology.

Visit https://novoslabs.com to learn more.

Take advantage of a 5% discount on Ekster accessories by using the code FINDINGGENIUS. Enhance your style and functionality with premium accessories. Visit bit.ly/3uiVX9R to explore latest collection.

Episode also available on Apple Podcasts: http://apple.co/30PvU9C

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Manage episode 403434894 series 2469176
Content provided by Richard Jacobs. All podcast content including episodes, graphics, and podcast descriptions are uploaded and provided directly by Richard Jacobs or their podcast platform partner. If you believe someone is using your copyrighted work without your permission, you can follow the process outlined here https://player.fm/legal.

Is aging the root cause of disease and the breakdown of our bodies?

If we can find a way to alter the process, many advances in health and longevity may no longer be out of reach. Press play to learn:

  • Why we age
  • How some organisms appear to be biologically immortal
  • Potential developments to interact with aging coming down the pipeline

Co-Founder of NOVOS, Kris Verburgh, joins the podcast to discuss his work with epigenetics and how aging affects our bodies.

The prospect of aging has long been a reality that many of us would like to avoid.

However, even with setting vanity aside, slowing the aging process or stopping altogether may hold the key to a host of health benefits.

Since genetic modification has recently moved out of the realm of science fiction and into reality, altering the aging process has never been more tangible. New developments and procedures are in the works in the coming years and hold significant promise to potentially alter how humankind considers biology.

Visit https://novoslabs.com to learn more.

Take advantage of a 5% discount on Ekster accessories by using the code FINDINGGENIUS. Enhance your style and functionality with premium accessories. Visit bit.ly/3uiVX9R to explore latest collection.

Episode also available on Apple Podcasts: http://apple.co/30PvU9C

  continue reading

3739 episodes

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