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Calorie Restricting, Nutrient Tracking, Blood Testing presented by Michael Lustgarten of Tufts University


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Perpetual Life
1855 McKinley St 33020-3136 Hollywood United States
Join us in person or online for an interesting presentation with special guest speaker, TEDx Talk Presenter & Writer Michael Lustgarten of Tufts University as he discusses: "My Road to Optimal Health and Lifespan: Calorie Restricting, Nutrient Tracking, Blood Testing"

Watch live at http://Perpetual.Life

Dr. Lustgarten is an author and scientist currently studying associations between the gut microbiome and serum metabolome with muscle mass and function in older adults.

"More than 100 years ago, the major causes of death were infectious-related. However, over the past 100+ years, deaths related to infectious disease have been dramatically reduced. So can we say that the war against infectious disease is over?

Definitely not! Humans are completely out numbered by microbes, including bacteria and viruses by at least 1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 to 1!"

The Author of the new book:

"Infectious Burden: The Cause of Aging and Age Related Disease...And What We Can Do To Fight Back"

This book will present evidence that supports the hypothesis that ageing and age-related disease are caused by infectious burden. Also, how can we fight back? Microbes can enter us through the gut, skin, mouth, and lungs. With the goal of reducing infectious burden to minimize aging and age-related disease, evidence about how to optimally fortify these barriers is presented.

The Author of the new book:

"Infectious Burden: The Cause of Aging and Age Related Disease...And What We Can Do To Fight Back"

This book will present evidence that supports the hypothesis that ageing and age-related disease are caused by infectious burden. Also, how can we fight back? Microbes can enter us through the gut, skin, mouth, and lungs. With the goal of reducing infectious burden to minimize aging and age-related disease, evidence about how to optimally fortify these barriers is presented. http://Perpetual.Life