Using the Fasting Mimicking Diet to Help You Live a Longer, Healthier Life
Dr. Valter Longo is a world-renowned expert in the field of longevity, and he joins JJ in today’s podcast episode to share his science-based secrets to helping you live a longer, healthier life! Listen as Dr. Longo talks about the Fasting Mimicking Diet and how this revolutionary diet can help slow aging and fight disease, plus find out the steps you can take to incorporate the Fasting Mimicking Diet into your routine. Dr. Longo also shares his top tips on exercise, as well as the habits you should be avoiding that can speed up the aging process. When it comes to holding back Father Time, Dr. Longo has the answer!
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Main Points From Today’s Episode
- Eating throughout the day speeds up the aging process. The longest-living people in the world eat 2-3 meals per day.
- The Fasting Mimicking Diet helps you reap the rewards of fasting without the misery. The health benefits of the Fasting Mimicking Diet are long-lasting.
- Skipping breakfast long-term can have negative consequences. Multiple studies suggest that those who don’t eat breakfast have higher rates of mortality and cardiovascular disease.
[1:35] Dr. Valter Longo’s career briefing
[4:05] How Dr. Longo got started in the field of longevity
[5:20] Dr. Longo’s top diet tips to help you turn back the clock
[6:34] Why you shouldn’t graze throughout the day
[7:58] Things that can speed up the aging process
[9:34] The science behind the Fasting Mimicking Diet
[12:18] How does the Fasting Mimicking Diet work?
[17:05] Dr. Longo’s advice on exercise
[23:11] The Fasting Mimicking Diet helps you burn belly fat while maintaining muscle mass.
[23:53] If you’re over age 35 or under stress, you may not be digesting protein well. Give JJ’s Metabolic Digestive Balance a try!
[24:44] Listener’s question: I know you’re anti-snacking, but what do you do if you’re hungry all day long?
[27:02] Keeping a food journal can help you connect the dots between what you eat and how you feel.
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