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ANTHONY CHAFFEE 7 | Chromosomal research: we should live to 120 years!

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presents episode 749 | Dr Anthony Chaffee
Plant Free MD podcast
Chromosomal research: we should live to 120 years!

Herodotus, father of history…
-meeting of Persian diplomat &
Ethiopia King
“What do your people [Persians} eat?
How long do they live?
Answer: wheat; 70 years
“No wonder! You eat dirt!
We eat only meat from animals
and drink their milk.
We live 120 years”

Dr Salisbury chronicles longevity of
-Inuit; Masai; Australian Aborigines;
Native Americans, Canadian First
Nation…
“Day after day; with pack on back,
follow buffalo herds…
-at 105; 110; 115 years old!”

We have known for about 20 years
from chromosome research…
-we should live about 120 years
Today: 55 is considered senior!
Why are we breaking down so young?

Traditionally we consider the fed
state as normal…but
Animals in the wild have a normal
state of fasting
Study 1981 of wolves…
-don’t carbo-load before
hunting for hours
-they have blood sugar &
muscle glycogen
“In fasted state, allows body to
get energy from fat stores”

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