Sept. 30, 2017
This interview with Dr Tommy Wood, MD, PhD was recorded in person, September 2017 the day after the Icelandic Health Symposium conference on longevity. The conference speakers were Rangan Chatterjee, Lilja Kjalarsdóttir, Satchidananda Panda, Ben Greenfield, Bryan Walsh, Doug McGuff, and Diana Rogers.
You could listen to this podcast for a recap and commentary on the conference and the practitioner workshop that took place the day after the presentations.
[00:00:44] Gudmundur Johannsson at IHS.
[00:01:33] Ben Greenfield Fitness.
[00:01:43] Podcasts: How to Run Efficiently with Drs Cucuzzella & Wood, How to Fix Autoimmunity in the over 50s with Dr Deborah Gordon and Social Isolation: The Most Important Topic Nobody is Talking About with Dr Bryan Walsh.
[00:04:04] Dr Doug McGuff.
[00:04:21] YouTube Channel: Jeff Kendall-Weed.
[00:04:47] Dr Rangan Chatterjee.
[00:06:33] Book: The Four Pillar Plan: How to Relax, Eat, Move and Sleep Your Way to a Longer, Healthier Life by Rangan Chatterjee.
[00:10:30] BBC One Series: Doctor in the House.
[00:10:57] Podcast: How to Create Behaviour Change with Simon Marshall, PhD.
[00:11:25] Lilja Kjalarsdóttir.
[00:13:37] Podcast: Metabolic Flexibility with Christopher Kelly.
[00:18:30] Keto-mojo meter.
[00:19:12] Protein acetylation.
[00:20:04] Inhibiting HDACs (Histone Deacetylase).
[00:21:16] Bone health.
[00:22:02] The importance of strength training.
[00:24:04] Study: Schnell S, Friedman SM, Mendelson DA, Bingham KW, Kates SL. The 1-Year Mortality of Patients Treated in a Hip Fracture Program for Elders. Geriatric Orthopaedic Surgery & Rehabilitation. 2010;1(1):6-14. doi:10.1177/2151458510378105.
[00:25:31] Doug's belt exercises.
[00:29:08] Satchinananda Panda.
[00:31:54] Satchinananda Panda’s list of publications.
[00:35:06] Podcast: National Cyclocross Champion Katie Compton on Ketosis and MTHFR.
[00:35:19] App: myCircadianClock by Satchidananda Panda.
[00:35:54] App: myLuxRecorder by Satchidananda Panda.
[00:36:58] Seasonal Affective Disorder.
[00:37:36] Caloric restriction or TRE?
[00:38:53] Changing building codes.
[00:40:04] Sunglassesswharehouse.com (looks like their blue blockers are discontinued).
[00:40:49] Ben Greenfield is agnostic on diet.
[00:45:32] Podcast: Social Isolation: The Most Important Topic Nobody is Talking About with Dr Bryan Walsh.
[00:46:34] The science of thought-driven physiology.
[00:46:47] Study: Park, Chanmo, et al. "Blood sugar level follows perceived time rather than actual time in people with type 2 diabetes." Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (2016): 201603444.
[00:47:26] Study: Berga, Sarah L., et al. "Recovery of ovarian activity in women with functional hypothalamic amenorrhea who were treated with cognitive behavior therapy." Fertility and sterility 80.4 (2003): 976-981.
[00:48:18] Study: Levy, B., & Langer, E. (1994). Aging free from negative stereotypes: Successful memory in China among the American deaf. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 66(6), 989-997.
[00:50:57] What is health?
[00:55:28] Tommy's purpose: to make as many people as healthy as possible.
[00:56:42] My purpose: solving problems.
[00:59:42] Newsletter: Nourish Balance Thrive Highlights email series.
[01:02:30] Blood chemistry.
[01:05:11] Blood glucose course by Dr Bryan Walsh.
[01:05:38] Podcast: Is the Paleo Diet Sustainable with Diana Rodgers.
[01:07:08] Lab-grown meat.
[01:10:36] Philip Lymbery, CEO Compassion in World Farming.
[01:11:15] Guy the Gorilla.
[01:12:10] Podcast: Episode 47: Dr. Tommy Wood Talks About Neonatal Brain Injuries and Optimizing Human Performance. Studies regarding calorie restriction in monkeys: 1, 2.
[01:15:04] Event organisation: email@example.com
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