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 This is the true treasure of our site, we are committed to share our deep respect for science, for the researchers, for the ability to ask a question and investigate to find answers. We will gather and make sense of studies that help us progress our understanding of fasting, health, food, technology, psychology and more. We don’t have to guess, and we don’t have to rely of fads to make a change in the way we live our lives. Science is an ally and worth a weekly date night of fascination and wonder.

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Metabolism May Not Slow After 20 – So Why Do We Still Gain Weight?

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A recent study has shown our metabolism – also known as energy expenditure – stays relatively stable between the ages of 20 and 60, before decreasing at older ages.

Intermittent and Periodic Fasting For Longevity. Have You Scheduled Your Next Fast?

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Intermittent and periodic fasting (IF and PF, respectively) are emerging as safe strategies to affect longevity and healthspan by acting on cellular aging and disease risk factors, while causing no or minor side effects.

Effects Of Faster Aging Show Up By Midlife

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When measuring how quickly people are aging, highlight the importance of biological aging in midlife while prevention is possible and before heavy organ damage has accumulated.

metabolism and weight gain

Metabolism May Not Slow After 20 – So Why Do We Still Gain Weight?

A recent study has shown our metabolism – also known as energy expenditure – stays relatively stable between the ages of 20 and 60, before decreasing at older ages.

schedule your next fast

Intermittent and Periodic Fasting For Longevity. Have You Scheduled Your Next Fast?

Intermittent and periodic fasting (IF and PF, respectively) are emerging as safe strategies to affect longevity and healthspan by acting on cellular aging and disease risk factors, while causing no or minor side effects.

healthy aging woman showing what is possible

Effects Of Faster Aging Show Up By Midlife

When measuring how quickly people are aging, highlight the importance of biological aging in midlife while prevention is possible and before heavy organ damage has accumulated.

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