Welcome to Growing Older, Living Younger

Growing Older, Living Younger (GOLY) will empower you to change your aging process at the cellular level, to feel vibrant, healthy and energetic as you age. Through the lens of epigenetic science, we will explore the small steps you can take on a daily basis, to change your aging trajectory and promote health span over lifespan.

New research reveals that what you think, how you move, what you eat, how you interact with others, stimulate your mind or challenge yourself, can modulate expression of your genes. You inherit your genetic blueprint from your parents. But you construct the person that you become.

The GOLY Roadmap to healthy aging is based on modulating gene expression through lifestyle changes in 7 core areas, as introduced in my book Growing Older, Living Younger: The Science of Aging Gracefully and the Art of Retiring Comfortably.

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090 David Medansky: 9 Golden Rules for Living a Healthy Life

090 David Medansky: 9 Golden Rules for Living a Healthy Life

 The majority of my guests concur that dieting is not an effective tool for weight loss if your goal is get to a sustainable target weight while maintaining a healthy body composition. I agree and that is why I consider how, when and what I eat, to be a lifestyle...

087 Mark (Mr. Noots) Effinger: How Nootropics can Power Your Brain

087 Mark (Mr. Noots) Effinger: How Nootropics can Power Your Brain

Nootropics are natural or synthetic chemical substances that are said to improve cognitive functions, mood, motivation and creativity in healthy people. In today’s conversation, Mark (Mr. Noots) Effinger talks of creating high-performance experiential nutritional...

086 Dr.Jerilynn Prior: An Endocrinologist Looks at Healthy Aging

086 Dr.Jerilynn Prior: An Endocrinologist Looks at Healthy Aging

In last week’s episode I spoke with award-winning Clinician-Scientist, and 40+ year University of British Columbia Endocrinology Professor. Dr. Jerilynn Prior, about the Paradox of Perimenopause. Dr. Prior’s research and innovative concepts has shown that progesterone...

The Power and Privilege of Podcast Hosting

The Power and Privilege of Podcast Hosting

As I was scheduling the episodes of the Growing Older Living Younger podcast that will air in January and early February while I am travelling, I reflected on the fact that as much as I was grateful for the powerful and valuable information I am able to share with my...

085 Dr. Jerilynn Prior: The Paradox of Perimenopause

085 Dr. Jerilynn Prior: The Paradox of Perimenopause

The changes in our metabolism and body systems that we associate with aging  are variable, and manifest at different times in different individuals. Presbyopia, the difficulty in close up focussing that requires us to get reading glasses, may become problematic in the...

084 Dr.Gillian Lockitch: Growing Older Living Younger 2022 in Review

084 Dr.Gillian Lockitch: Growing Older Living Younger 2022 in Review

Welcome back to this special end of year, Boxing Day episode of Growing Older Living Younger.  Aging is inevitable. Aging in poor health is not. The theme of today’s episode is changing aging. Although we inherit our intrinsic genetic DNA blueprint from our parents,...

Growing Older Living Younger 2022-2023

Growing Older Living Younger 2022-2023

What is new for Growing Older Living Younger in 2023 ? And will this make 2023 a miracle year for you? As 2022 rapidly draws to an end, I find myself reflecting on how I would describe the past 12 months, annus horribilis or annus mirabilis? A horrible year...

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