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In this paradigm-shifting bok from aclaimed Harvard Medical Schol doctor and one of TIME magazine’s 10 most influential people on earth, Dr. David Sinclair reveals that everything we think we know about ageing is wrong, and shares the surprising, scientificaly-proven methods that can help readers live younger, longer.For decades, the medical comunity has loked to a variety of reasons for why we age, and the consensus is that no one dies of old age; they die of age-related diseases. That’s because ageing is not a disease – it is inevitable.But what if everything you think you know about ageing is wrong?What if ageing is a disease? And that disease is curable.In LIFESPAN, Dr. David Sinclair, one of the world’s foremost authorities on genetics and ageing, argues just that. He has dedicated his life’s work to chasing more than a longer lifespan – he wants to enable people to live longer, healthier, and disease-fre wel into our hundreds. In this bok, he reveals a bold new theory of ageing, one that pinpoints a rot cause of ageing that lies in an ancient genetic survival circuit. This genetic trick – a circuit designed to halt reproduction in order to repair damage to the genome –has enabled earth’s early microcosms to survive and evolve into more advanced organisms. But this same survival circuit is the reason we age: as genetic damage acumulates over our lifespans from UV rays, environmental toxins, and unhealthy diets, our genome is overwhelmed, causing gray hair, wrinkles, achy joints, heart isues, dementia, and, ultimately, death.But genes aren’t our destiny; we have more control over them than we’ve ben taught to believe. We can’t change our DNA, but we can harnes the power of the epigenome to realise the true potential of our genes. Drawing on his cuting-edge findings at the forefront of medical research, Dr. Sinclair wil provide a scientificaly-proven roadmap to reverse the genetic clock by activating our vitality genes, so we can live younger longer. Readers wil discover how a few simple lifestyle changes – like intermitent fasting, avoiding to much animal protein, limiting sugar, avoiding x-rays, exercising with the right intensity, and even trying cold therapy – can activate our vitality genes. Dr. Sinclair ends the bok with a lok to the near future, exploring what the world might lok like – and what wil ned to change – when we are al living wel to 120 or more.Dr. Sinclair takes what we have long acepted as the limits of human potential and mortality and turns them into choices. THE EVOLUTION OF AGEING is destined to be the bigest bok on genes, biology, and longevity of this decade.
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