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"weill cornell medical school" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

05:28 min | 3 years ago

"weill cornell medical school" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Well, it's great to have you with us. Now, let's touch on this resveratrol phenomenon for those people out there who just vaguely familiar with this story. What exactly is virtual? Why is it all over the news today? Well, first of all, it sure is all over the news is, especially the health news. You know, I read about twenty health journals a week and every one of them seems to have an article about resveratrol, basically, resveratrol is what we call a poly phenyle. It's found in red wine. It's found in purple grape juice. It's found in berries. It's even found in peanuts and the interesting thing about respiratory is it's actually produced by plants by plants themselves to protect themselves against any kind of injury, any kind of infection, and against any kind of radiation. And the scientists really first became interested in resveratrol, Mark. About nineteen ninety two when resveratrol was first isolated from red wine. It was also found at that point in the skin of grapes as well. And this is what got all those scientists interested. The early studies showed that resveratrol seems to extend the life of fruit flies of worms, and even some fish. Well, anything that extends the life of anything is gonna peak the attention of a scientist. Absolutely. Well by two thousand six the Italian scientists discovered that resveratrol extended the life of certain fish by fifty six percent, and it even increased their swimming ability. Well, also in two thousand six and here's what really got them interested a hobbit researcher, David Sinclair, reported that reservatrol counteracted the negative effect of a high fat diet in mice by thirty percent now given that most Americans seem to be on a high fat diet. This was pretty darn interesting. Well later research goes onto. Show that best virtual had a very positive effect on a number of interesting things like blood sugar levels, like normal cell growth, and it even seems to protect the intestines and the colon. It definitely supported normal enzymatic activity in the body. It improved endurance. There was even a great study at the institute of genetics and cell biology in France that showed that it dramatically improved endurance during ero- activity, and it even proved to support brain function. Great study from Weill Cornell Medical school in New York, I was just reading that it even neutralizes free radicals. But the reason to bottom line reason, Mark, that it's all over the news nowadays is research at Harvard. They found that caloric restriction eating less actually slows the pace of aging and extended the lifespan in laboratory animals by forty percent. Well, whenever our health is threatened any perceived health threat like not eating enough, caloric restriction your body feels threatened. This. Which is on what they call the longevity gene in your body. It's which is on sort of protective mechanism that against on a Cejudo level. Metabolism changes your ability to adapt and cope dramatically changes as a major positive influence on growth hormones and stress hormones. There's actually an increase in repair. All of this, which on by a family of genes, we call, sir tunes. But here's the key, according to the work done by David Sinclair at Harvard. Now, this is important, the most potent activator of these are two genes in addition to caloric restriction is rest virtual, and a great hope is that what's happening in all these animals studies. All these amazing benefits with resveratrol will translate into people as well. And this is why millions of people all over the world are now taking resveratrol pretty much every day. Wow. This is amazing. But let me tell you back for a moment. I know you've been working with purity products for several years on their co Q formulas, but. Now, they feature coenzyme q ten which is just as important as resveratrol, especially for your heart health, and you also say in some ways that it's got even more evidence behind it. So let me ask you this who needs coq ten and what exactly is it good for? Well, first of all, let's take a quick peek at what a coenzyme is a coenzyme is any substance in the body that's speeds up the rate at which chemical reaction takes place. It's like a vitamin in many respects. Well, coq ten is the nutrient that is responsible for the energy. That's the key word the energy that supplies your brain, your heart, your liver, your kidneys. In fact, we need coq ten to literally convert all the food we eat into energy. Wow. That's amazing. Yeah. Well, that's what it's all about. Not only that, but it's a very powerful antioxidant. And I remember Mark, let's go back to nineteen sixty three that's a while ago. Well, I was teaching for the first time physiology and nutrition, and I remember speaking about coq. Q ten at that point. Now, this is nineteen sixty three and at that point, it had only been discovered six years before nineteen fifty seven at the university of Wisconsin, where there were looking for what makes the heartbeat. They were literally looking at hearts and saying, what is making this darn thing beat? Well, they found out that was co Q ten and that coenzyme q ten supplies that energy. In fact, by nineteen seventy eight a British biochemist named Peter Mitchell wins himself a Nobel prize. But describing what he called a bio, energetic energy created by coq ten so we could say, it's.

scientist David Sinclair Harvard Mark Weill Cornell Medical school Nobel prize Peter Mitchell New York researcher institute of genetics university of Wisconsin France fifty six percent thirty percent forty percent six years
"weill cornell medical school" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

05:25 min | 3 years ago

"weill cornell medical school" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Well, it's great to have you with us. Now, let's touch on this resveratrol phenomenon for those people out there who just vaguely familiar with the story. What exactly is revere troll? And why is it all over the news today? Well, first of all, it sure is all over the news, especially the health news. You know, I read about twenty health journals a week and every one of them seems to have an article about resveratrol. Basically, resveratrol is what we call a polyphenol. It's founded red wine. It's found in purple grape juice. It's found in berries. It's even found in peanuts. And the interesting thing about respiratory is it's actually produced by plants by plants themselves to protect themselves against any kind of injury, any kind of infection, and against any kind of radiation. And the scientists really first became interested in raspberry troll. Mark about nineteen ninety two when resveratrol was first isolated from red wine. It was also found about point in the skin of grapes as well. And this is what got although scientists interested the early studies showed that resveratrol seems to extend the life of fruit flies of worms, and even some fish. Well, anything that extends the life of anything is gonna peak the attention of a scientist. Absolutely. Well by two thousand six Italian scientists discovered that resveratrol extended the life of certain fish by fifty six percent, and it even increased their swimming. Ability. Well, also in two thousand six and here's what really got them interested a hobbit researcher, David Sinclair, reported that reservoir troll counteracted the negative effect of a high fat diet in mice by thirty percent now given that most Americans seem to be on a high fat diet. This was pretty darn interesting. Well, later research goes on to show that vest, virtual had a very positive effect on a number of interesting things like blood sugar levels, like normal cell growth, and it even seems to protect the intestines and the colon. If definitely supported normal enzymatic activity in the body. It improved endurance. There was even a great study at the institute of genetics and cell biology in France that showed that it dramatically improved endurance during aerobic activity, and it even proved to support brain function. Great study from Weill Cornell Medical school in New York, I was just reading that it even neutralizes free radicals. But the reason to bottom line reason, Mark, that it's all. Over the news nowadays is research at Harvard. They found that caloric restriction eating less actually slows the pace of aging and extended the lifespan in laboratory animals by forty percent. Well, whenever our health is threatened any perceived health threat like not eating enough, caloric restriction, your body feels threatened this, which is on what they call the longevity gene in your body. It's switches on sort of a protective mechanism that begins on a Cejudo level. Metabolism changes your ability to adapt and cope dramatically changes. There's a major positive influence on growth hormones and stress hormones. There's actually an increase in repair all of this, which done by a family of genes, we call, sir tunes. But here's the key, according to the work done by David Sinclair at Harvard. Now, this is important the most potent activator of these two and genes in addition to caloric restriction is rest virtual, and a great hope is. Is that what's happening in all these animal studies all these amazing benefits with resveratrol will translate into people as well. And this is why millions of people all over the world are now taking resveratrol pretty much every day. Wow. This is amazing. But let me tell you step back from moment. I know you've been working with purity products for several years of their co Q formulas. But now they feature coenzyme q ten which you say is just as important as resveratrol, especially for your heart health, and you also say in some ways that it's got even more evidence behind it. So let me ask you this who needs coq ten and what exactly is it good for? Well, first of all, let's take a quick peek at what a coenzyme is a coenzyme is any substance in the body that speeds up the rate at which chemical reaction takes place. It's like a vitamin in many respects. Well, coq ten is the nutrient that is responsible for the energy. That's the key word the energy that supplies your brain, your heart, your liver, your kidneys. In fact, we need coq ten to literally convert. All the food we eat into energy. Wow. That's amazing. Yeah. Well, that's what it's all about. Not only that, but it's a very powerful antioxidant. And I remember Mark, let's go back to nineteen sixty three that's a while ago. Well, I was teaching for the first time physiology and nutrition, and I remember speaking about co Q ten at that point, now, this is nineteen sixty three and at that point, it had only been discovered six years before nineteen fifty seven at the university of Wisconsin, where they were looking for what makes the heartbeat. They were literally looking at hearts and saying, what is making this darn thing beat? Well, they found out that was co Q ten and that coenzyme q ten supplies that energy. In fact, by nineteen seventy eight a British biochemist named Peter Mitchell wins himself a Nobel prize. But the striving what he called a bio, energetic energy created by coq ten so we could say,.

David Sinclair Harvard scientist Mark Weill Cornell Medical school Nobel prize Peter Mitchell New York researcher institute of genetics university of Wisconsin France fifty six percent thirty percent forty percent six years
"weill cornell medical school" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

03:47 min | 3 years ago

"weill cornell medical school" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Now, given that most Americans seem to be on a high fat diet. This was pretty darn interesting. Well, later research goes on to show that best virtual had a very positive effect on a number of interesting things like blood sugar levels, like normal cell growth, and it even seems to protect the intestines and the colon. It definitely supported normal enzymatic activity in the body. It improved endurance. There was even a great study at the institute of genetics and cell biology in France that showed that it dramatically improved endurance during ero- bec- activity, and it even proved to support brain function. Great study from Weill Cornell Medical school in New York, I was just reading that it even neutralizes free. Free radicals. But the reason to bottom line reason Mark that it's all over the news nowadays is research at Harvard. They found that caloric restriction eating less actually slows the pace of aging and extended the lifespan in laboratory animals by forty percent. Well, whenever our health is threatened any perceived health threat, like not eating enough, caloric restriction, your body feels threatened this which is on what they call the longevity, gene in your body. It's switches on sort of a protective mechanism that against on a Cejudo level metabolism changes. Your ability to adapt and cope dramatically changes as a major positive influence on growth hormones and stress hormones. There's actually an increase in repair all of this witched on by a family of genes, we call sir tunes. But here's the Kate. According to the work done by David Sinclair at Harvard now, this is important the most potent activator of these are two genes. In addition to caloric restriction is rest virtual and a great hope is that what's happening in all these animal. Studies all these amazing benefits with resveratrol will translate into people as well. And this is why millions of people all over the world are now taking resveratrol pretty much every day. Wow. This is amazing. But let me take a step back for a moment. I know you've been working with purity products for several years on their co Q formulas. But now they feature coenzyme q ten which you say is just as important as resveratrol, especially for your heart health, and you also say some ways that it's got even more evidence behind it. So let me ask you this who needs coq ten and what exactly is it? Good for. Well, first of all, let's take a quick peek at what a coenzyme is. A coenzyme is any substance in the body that speeds up the rate at which chemical reaction takes place. It's like a vitamin in many respects. Well, coq ten is the nutrient that is responsible for the energy. That's the key word the energy that supplies, your brain your. Your heart your liver, your kidneys. In fact, we need coq ten to literally convert all the food we ate into energy. Wow. That's amazing. Yeah. Well, that's what it's all about not only that. But it's a very powerful antioxidant. And I remember Mark let's go back to nineteen sixty three that's a while ago. Well, I was teaching for the first time physiology and nutrition, and I remember speaking about coq ten at that point. Now, this is nineteen sixty three. And at that point it had only been discovered six years before nineteen fifty seven at the university of Wisconsin where they were looking for what makes the heartbeat. Hey, we're literally looking at hearts and saying what is making this darn thing beat well, they found out that was co Q ten and that coenzyme q ten supplies that energy. In fact, by nineteen seventy eight a British biochemist named Peter Mitchell wins himself a Nobel prize, but describing. What he called a bio energetic energy created by coq ten so we could say it's.

David Sinclair Mark Peter Mitchell Harvard Weill Cornell Medical school Nobel prize New York institute of genetics France university of Wisconsin forty percent six years
"weill cornell medical school" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

05:24 min | 3 years ago

"weill cornell medical school" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Well, it's great to have you with us. Now, let's touch on this virtual phenomenon. Those people out there who just vaguely familiar with the story. What exactly is virtual? And why is it all over the news today? Well, first of all, it sure is all over the news, especially the health news. You know, I read about twenty health journals a week, and every one of them seems to have an article about resveratrol. Basically, resveratrol is what we call a polyphenol. It's found in red wine. It's found in purple grape juice. It's found in berries. It's even found in peanuts. And the interesting thing about respiratory is it's actually produced by plants by plants themselves to protect themselves against any kind of injury any kind of infection and against any kind of radiation. And the scientists really first became interested. In raspberry troll. Mark about nineteen ninety two when resveratrol was first isolated from red wine. It was also. At that point in the skin of grapes as well. And this is what got all those scientists interested the early. Studies showed that resveratrol seems to extend the life of fruit flies of worms, and even some fish. Well, anything that extends the life of anything is going to peak the attention of scientists. Absolutely. Well, by two thousand six the Italian scientists discovered that resveratrol extended the life of certain fish by fifty six percent, and even increased their swimming ability. Well, also in two thousand six and here's what really got them interested a hobbit researcher, David Sinclair report about resveratrol counteracted the negative effect of a fat diet in mice by thirty percent. Now, given that most Americans seem to be on a high fat diet. This was pretty darn interesting. Well, later research goes on to show that best virtual had a very positive effect on a number of interesting things like blood sugar levels like. Normal cell growth, and it even seems to protect the intestines and the colon. It definitely supported normal enzymatic activity in the body. It improved endurance. There was even a great study at the institute of genetics and cell biology in France that showed that it dramatically improved endurance during ero- bec- activity, and it even proved to support brain function. Great study from Weill Cornell Medical school in New York, I was just reading that it even neutralizes free radicals. But the reason to bottom line reason Mark that it's all over the news nowadays is research at Harvard. They found that caloric restriction eating less actually slows the pace of aging and extended the lifespan in laboratory animals by forty percent. Well, whenever our health is threatened any perceived health threat, like not eating enough, caloric restriction, your body feels threatened this which is on what they call the longevity, gene in your body. It's switches on sort of a protective mechanism that begins on. Cejudo level metabolism changes. Your ability to adapt and cope dramatically changes as a major positive influence on growth hormones and stress hormones. There's actually an increase in repair all of this which Don by family of genes, we call sir tunes. But here's the key. According to the work done by David Sinclair at Harvard now, this is important the most potent activator of these two genes in addition to caloric restriction is rest Verret troll. And a great hope is that what's happening in all these animal. Studies all these amazing benefits with resveratrol will translate into people as well. And this is why millions of people all over the world are now taking resveratrol pretty much every day. Wow. This is amazing. But let me tell you step back from moment. I know you've been working with purity products for several years on their co Q formulas. But now they feature coenzyme q ten which you say is just as important as resveratrol, especially for your heart health, and you also say in some ways that it's got even more evidence. Behind it. So let me ask you this who needs coq ten and what exactly is it? Good for. Well, first of all, let's take a quick peek at what a coenzyme is. A coenzyme is any substance in the body that speeds up the rate at which a chemical reaction takes place. It's like a vitamin in many respects. Well, coq ten is the nutrient that is responsible for the energy. That's the key word the energy that supplies, your brain, your heart, your liver, your kidneys. In fact, we need coq ten to literally convert all the food we eat into energy. Wow. That's amazing. Yeah. Well, that's what it's all about not only that. But it's a very powerful antioxidant. And I remember Mark let's go back to nineteen sixty three that's a while ago. Well, I was teaching for the first time physiology and nutrition, and I remember speaking about coq ten at that point. Now, this is nineteen sixty three. And at that point it had only been discovered six years before nineteen fifty seven at the unit. University of Wisconsin where we're looking for what makes the heartbeat. They were literally looking at hearts and saying what is making this darn thing beat well, they found out that was co Q ten and that coenzyme q ten supplies that energy. In fact, by nineteen seventy eight a British biochemist named Peter Mitchell wins himself, a Nobel prize for describing what he called the bio energetic energy created by coq ten so we could say it's.

David Sinclair Harvard Mark Nobel prize Peter Mitchell Weill Cornell Medical school researcher New York institute of genetics University of Wisconsin Don France fifty six percent thirty percent forty percent six years
"weill cornell medical school" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

05:12 min | 3 years ago

"weill cornell medical school" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Well, it's great to have you with us. Now, let's touch on this virtual phenomenon. Those people out there who just vaguely familiar with this story. What exactly is virtual and why is it all over the news today? Well, first of all, it sure is all over the news, especially the health news. You know, I read about twenty health journals a week, and every one of them seems to have an article about resveratrol. Basically, resveratrol is what we call a polyphenol. It's founded red wine, it's found in purple grape, juice. It's found in berries and even found in peanuts. And the interesting thing about resveratrol is it's actually produced by plants by plants themselves to protect themselves against any kind of injury any kind of infection and against any kind of radiation. And the scientists really first became interested in resveratrol. Mark about nineteen ninety two when resveratrol was first isolated from red wine. It was also found at that point in the skin of grapes as well. And this is what got all those scientists interested the early. Studies showed that reservoir seems to extend the life of fruit flies of worms, and even some fish. Well, anything that extends the life of anything is gonna peak the attention of a scientist. Absolutely. Well, by two thousand six the Italian scientists discovered that resveratrol extended the life of certain fish by fifty six percent, and it even increased their swimming of building. Well. Also in two thousand six and here's what really got them interested a hobbit researcher, David Sinclair reported that reservoir troll counteracted the negative effect of fat diet in mice by thirty percent. Now, given that most Americans seem to be on a high fat diet. This was pretty darn interesting. Well, later research goes on to show that virtual had a very positive effect on a number of interesting things like blood sugar levels, like normal cell growth, and it even seems to protect the intestines and the colon. It definitely supported normal enzymatic activity in the body. It improved endurance. There was even a great study at the institute of genetics and cell biology in France that showed that it dramatically improved endurance during aerobic activity, and it even proved to support brain function. Great study from Weill Cornell Medical school in New York, I was just reading that it even neutralizes free radicals. But the reason to bottom line reason Mark that it's all over the news nowadays. As is research at Harvard. They found that caloric restriction eating less actually slows the pace of aging and extended the lifespan in laboratory animals by forty percent. Well, whenever our health is threatened any perceived health threat, like not eating enough, caloric restriction, your body feels threatened this which is on what they call the longevity, gene in your body in switches on sort of a protective mechanism that begins on a Cejudo level. But changes your ability to adapt and cope dramatically. Changes is a major positive influence on growth hormones and stress hormones is actually an increase in repair all of this witched on by a family of genes, we call sir to and but here's the key. According to the work done by David Sinclair at Harvard now, this is important the most potent activator of these two and genes in addition to caloric restriction is resveratrol. And a great hope is that what's happening in all these. Animal. Studies all these amazing benefits with resveratrol will translate into people as well. And this is why millions of people all over the world are now taking resveratrol pretty much every day. Wow. This is amazing. But let me take a step back from moment. I know you've been working with purity products for several years on their co Q formulas. But now they feature coenzyme q ten which you say is just as important as virtual, especially for your heart health. And you also say in some ways that it's got even more evidence behind it. So let me ask you this who needs coq ten and what exactly is it? Good for. Well, first of all, let's take a quick peek, a water coenzyme is coenzyme is any substance in the body that speeds up the rate at which a chemical reaction takes place. It's like a vitamin in many respects. Well, coq ten is the nutrient that is responsible for the energy. That's the key word the energy that supplies, your brain, your heart, your liver, your kidneys. In fact, we need coq ten to literally convert all the food we eat into energy. Wow. That's amazing yellow. That's what it's all about. Not only that. But it's a very powerful antioxidant. And I remember Mark let's go back to nineteen sixty three that's a while ago. Well, I was teaching for the first time physiology and nutrition, and I remember speaking about co Q ten at that point. And at that point it had only been discovered six years before nineteen fifty seven at the university of Wisconsin where they were looking for what makes the heartbeat. Well, they found out that was co Q ten and that coenzyme q ten supplies that energy. In fact, by nineteen seventy eight a British biochemist named Peter Mitchell wins himself, a Nobel prize for describing what he called a bio energetic energy created by.

scientist David Sinclair Harvard Mark Nobel prize Peter Mitchell Weill Cornell Medical school New York researcher institute of genetics university of Wisconsin France fifty six percent thirty percent forty percent six years
"weill cornell medical school" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

05:06 min | 3 years ago

"weill cornell medical school" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Mark always great speaking to you. Well, it's great to have you with us. Now, let's touch on this Rizvi ritual phenomenon. Those people out there who just vaguely familiar with the story what exactly is virtual. And why is it all over the news today? Well, first of all, it sure is all over the news, especially the health news. You know, I read about twenty health journals a week, and every one of them seems to have an article about resveratrol, basically, resveratrol is what we call a polyphenol. It's found in red wine. It's found in purple grape juice. It's found in berries. And even. Peanuts. And the interesting thing about resveratrol is it's actually produced by plants by plants themselves to protect themselves against any kind of injury any kind of infection and against any kind of radiation. And the scientists really first became interested in resveratrol. Mark about nineteen ninety two when resveratrol was first isolated from red wine. It was also found at that point in the skin of grapes as well. And this is what got all those scientists interested the early. Studies showed that raspberry troll seems to extend the life of fruit flies of worms, and even some fish. Well, anything that extends the life of anything is gonna peak the attention of a scientist. Absolutely. Well, by two thousand six year talion scientists discovered that resveratrol extended a life of certain fish by fifty six percent, and it even increased their swimming ability. Well, also in two thousand six and here's what really got them interested a hobbit researcher, David Sinclair reported that. Resveratrol counter acted the negative effect of a high fat diet in mice by thirty percent. Now, given that most of Americans seemed to be on a high fat diet. This was pretty darn interesting. Well, later research goes on to show that ritual had a very positive effect on a number of interesting things like blood sugar levels, like normal cell growth, and it even seems to protect the intestines and the colon. It definitely supported normal enzymatic activity in the body. It improved endurance. It was even a great study at the institute of genetics and cell biology in France that showed that it dramatically improved endurance during aerobic activity, and it even proved to support brain function. Great study from Weill Cornell Medical school in New York, I was just reading that it even neutralizes free radicals. But the reason to bottom line reason Mark that it's all over the news nowadays is research at Harvard. They found that caloric restriction eating less actually slows the pace of aging and extended the life span in. Laboratory animals by forty percent. Well, whenever our health is threatened any perceived health threat, like not eating enough, caloric restriction, your body feels threatened this which is on what they call the longevity, gene in your body in switches on sort of a protective mechanism that begins on a Cejudo level metabolism changes. Your ability to adapt and cope dramatically changes. Visit a major positive influence on growth hormones and stress hormones is actually an increase in repair all of this which done by a family of genes, we call sir tunes. But here's the key. According to the work done by David Sinclair at Harvard now, this is important the most potent activator of these two genes in addition to caloric restriction is respiratory all and a great hope is that what's happening in all these animal. Studies all these amazing benefits with resveratrol will translate into people as well. And this is why millions of people all over the world are now taking resveratrol pretty much every day. Wow. This is amazing. Back for a moment. I know you've been working with purity products for several years on their co Q formulas. But now they feature coenzyme q ten which you say is just as important as resveratrol, especially for your heart health, and you also say in some ways, it's got even more evidence behind it. So let me ask you this who needs. What exactly is it? Good for. Well, first of all, let's take a quick peek at what a coenzyme is. A coenzyme is any substance in the body that speeds up the rate at which a chemical reaction takes place. It's like a vitamin in many respects. Well, coq ten is the nutrient that is responsible for the energy. That's the key word the energy that supplies, your brain, your heart, your liver, your kidneys. In fact, we need coq ten to literally convert all the food we eat into energy. Wow. That's amazing. Yeah. Well, that's what it's all about not only that. But it's a very powerful antioxidant. And I remember Mark let's go back to nineteen sixty three that's a while ago. Well, I was teaching for the first time physiology and nutrition, and I remember. Speaking about co Q ten at that point. And at that point it had only been discovered six years before nineteen fifty seven at the university of Wisconsin where they will looking for what makes the heartbeat. Well, they found out that was co Q ten and that coenzyme q ten supplies that energy. In fact, by nineteen seventy eight a British biochemist named Peter Mitchell wins himself a Nobel prize for the striving what he called a bio energetic energy created by coq ten so we could say it's so darn important because.

Mark scientist David Sinclair Harvard Rizvi Nobel prize Peter Mitchell Weill Cornell Medical school New York researcher institute of genetics university of Wisconsin France two thousand six year fifty six percent thirty percent forty percent six years
"weill cornell medical school" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

05:15 min | 3 years ago

"weill cornell medical school" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Mark always great speaking to you. Well, it's great to have you with us. Now, let's touch on this virtual phenomenon. Those people out there who are. Vaguely familiar with the story. What exactly is virtual? Why is it all over the news today? Well, first of all, it sure is all over the news, especially the health news. You know, I read about twenty health journals a week, and every one of them seems to have an article about resveratrol. Basically, resveratrol is what we call a polyphenol. It's found in red wine. It's bound in purple grape, juice. It's found in berries. It's even found in peanuts. And the interesting thing about resveratrol is it's actually produced by plants by plants themselves to protect themselves against any kind of injury any kind of infection and against any kind of radiation. And the scientists really first became interested in resveratrol. Mark about nineteen ninety two when resveratrol was first isolated from red wine. It was also found at that point in the skin of grapes as well. And this is what got although scientists interested the early. Studies showed that resveratrol seems to extend the life of fruit flies of worms and. Even some fish. Well, anything that extends the life of anything is gonna peak the attention of a scientist, absolutely. By two thousand six year. Talion scientists discovered that resveratrol extended the life of certain fish by fifty six percent, and even increased their swimming of building. Well, also in two thousand six and here's what really got them interested a hobby researcher, David Sinclair reported that resveratrol counteracted the negative effect of a fat diet in mice by thirty percent. Now, given that most Americans seem to be on a high fat diet. This was pretty darn interesting. Well, later research goes on to show that vest virtual had a very positive effect on a number of interesting things like blood sugar levels, like normal cell growth, and it even seems to protect the intestines and the colon. It definitely supported normal enzymatic activity in the body. It improved endurance. It was even a great study at the institute of genetics and cell biology in France that showed that it dramatically improved endurance during ero- bec- activity and even proved to support brain function. Great study from Weill Cornell Medical school in New York, I was just reading that it even neutralizes free radicals. But the reason to bottom line reason Mark that it's all over the news nowadays is research at Harvard. They found that caloric restriction eating less actually slows the pace of aging and extended the lifespan in laboratory animals by forty percent. Well, whenever our health is threatened any perceived health threat, like not eating enough, caloric restriction, your body feels threatened this which is on what they call the longevity, gene in your body in switches on a sort of a protective mechanism that begins on a sexual level, but handled changes your ability to adapt and cope, dramatically changes. Visit a major positive influence on growth hormones and stress hormones is actually an increase in repair all of this which on by a family of genes, we call SRA tunes. But here's the key. According to the work done by David Sinclair at all. Now, this is important the most potent activator of these two genes in addition to caloric restriction is rest virtual and a great hope is that what's happening in all these animal. Studies all these amazing benefits with resveratrol will translate into people as well. And this is why millions of people all over the world are now taking resveratrol pretty much every day. Wow. This is amazing. But let me tell you step back from moment. I know you've been working with purity products for several years on their coq you formulas. But now they feature coenzyme q ten which you say is just as important as resveratrol, especially for your heart health, and you'll say in some ways that it's got even more evidence behind it. So let me ask you this who needs co Q ten what exactly is it? Good for. Well, first of all, let's take a quick peek at what a coenzyme is. A coenzyme is any substance in the body that speeds up the rate at which chemical reaction takes place. It's like a vitamin in many respects. Well, coq ten is the nutrient that is responsible for the energy. T-word the energy that supplies, your brain, your heart, your liver, your kidneys. In fact, we need coq ten to literally convert all the food we eat into energy. Wow. That's amazing. Yeah. Well, that's what it's all about not only that. But it's very powerful antioxidant. And I remember Mark let's go back to nineteen sixty three that's a while ago. Well, I was teaching for the first time physiology and nutrition, and I remember speaking about coq ten at that point. And at that point it had only been discovered six years before nineteen fifty seven at the university of Wisconsin where they're looking for. What makes the heartbeat? Well, they found out that was co Q ten and that coenzyme q ten supplies that energy. In fact, by nineteen seventy eight a British biochemist named Peter Mitchell wins himself a Nobel prize. But describing what he called a bio energetic energy created by coq ten. So we could say it's.

Mark scientist David Sinclair Nobel prize Peter Mitchell Weill Cornell Medical school New York Harvard researcher institute of genetics university of Wisconsin France two thousand six year fifty six percent thirty percent forty percent six years
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04:04 min | 3 years ago

"weill cornell medical school" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Mark always great speaking to you. Well, it's great to have you with us. Now, let's touch on this resveratrol phenomenon for those people out there who just vaguely familiar with the story. What exactly is reservatrol, and why is it all over the news today? Well, first of all, it sure is all over the news, especially the health news. You know, I read about twenty health journals a week, and every one of them seems to have an article about resveratrol, basically, resveratrol is what we call a polyphenol. It's founded red wine, it's found in purple grape, juice. It's found in berries the team. Profound peanuts. And the interesting thing about respiratory is it's actually produced by plants by plants themselves to protect themselves against any kind of injury any kind of infection and against any kind of radiation. And the scientists really first became interested in respiratory Mark about nineteen ninety two when raspberry ritual was first isolated from red wine. It was also found at that point in the skin of grapes as well. And this is what got all those scientists interested the early. Studies showed that resveratrol seems to extend the life of fruit flies of worms, and even some fish. Well, anything that extends the life of anything is gonna peak the attention of a scientist. Absolutely. Well, by two thousand six the Italian scientists discovered that resveratrol extended the life of certain fish by fifty six percent, and it even increased their swimming ability. Well, also in two thousand six and here's what really got them. Interested a Harvard researcher, David Sinclair report. That resveratrol counteracted the negative effect of a high fat diet in mice by thirty percent. Now, given that most Americans seem to be on a high fat diet. This was pretty darn interesting. Well, later research goes on to show that breastfed ritual had a very positive effect on a number of interesting things like blood sugar levels, like normal cell growth, and it even seems to protect the intestines and the colon. It definitely supported normal enzymatic activity in the body. It improved endurance. There was even a great study at the institute of genetics and cell biology in France that showed that it dramatically improved endurance during ero- activity, and it even proved to support brain function. Great study from Weill Cornell Medical school in New York, I was just reading that it even neutralizes free radicals. But the reason to bottom line reason Mark that it's all over the news nowadays is research at Harvard. They found that caloric restriction eating less actually slows the pace of aging and extended the lifespan. In in laboratory animals by forty percent. Well, whenever our health is threatened any perceived health threat, like not eating enough, caloric restriction your body feels threatened. This switches on what they call the longevity, gene in your body. It switches on sort of a protective mechanism that begins on a Cejudo level metabolism changes. Your ability to adapt and cope dramatically changes. There's a major positive influence on growth hormones and stress hormones. There's actually an increase in repair. All of this switched on by a family of genes, we call sir tunes. But here's the key. According to the work done by David Sinclair at Harvard now, this is important, the most potent activator of these two and genes in addition to caloric restriction is rest virtual and a great hope is that what's happening in all these animal. Studies all these amazing benefits with respiratory will translate into people as well. And this is why millions of people all over the world are now taking resveratrol pretty much every. Wow. This is amazing. But let me take a step back for a moment. I know you've been working with purity products for several years on their co Q formulas. But now they feature coenzyme q ten which you say is just as important as resveratrol, especially for your heart health, and you also say in some ways that it's got even more evidence behind it. So let me ask you this who needs coq ten and what exactly is it? Good for. Well, first of all, let's take a quick peek at what a coenzyme is. A coenzyme is any substance in the body that speeds up the rate at which a chemical reaction takes place. It's like a vitamin in many respects. Well, coq ten is the nutrient that is responsible for.

David Sinclair Harvard Mark scientist Weill Cornell Medical school New York institute of genetics France researcher fifty six percent thirty percent forty percent
"weill cornell medical school" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

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05:13 min | 3 years ago

"weill cornell medical school" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Well, it's great to have you with us. Now, let's touch on this resveratrol phenomenon. Those people out there who just vaguely familiar with the story what exactly is virtual, and why is it all over the news today? Well, first of all, it sure is all over the news, especially the health news. You know, I read about twenty health journals a week, and every one of them seems to have an article about resveratrol, basically, resveratrol is what we call a polyphenol. It's founded red wine it's found in purple. Grape juice. It's found in berries, the cheap rebounded peanuts. And the interesting thing about respiratory all is it's actually produced by plants by plants themselves to protect themselves against any kind of injury any kind of infection and against any kind of radiation. And the scientists really first became interested in raspberry remark about nineteen ninety two when resveratrol was first isolated from red wine. It was also found at that point in the skin of grapes as well. And this is what got all those scientists interested the early. Studies showed that resveratrol seems to extend the life of fruit flies of worms, and even some fish. Well, anything that extends the life of anything is gonna peak the attention of a scientist. Absolutely. Well, by two thousand six the Italian scientists discovered that resveratrol extended the life of certain fish by fifty six percent, and it even increased their swimming ability. Well, also in two thousand six and here's what really got them interested. A Harvard researcher David Sinclair reported that resveratrol counteracted the negative effect of a high fat diet in mice by thirty percent. Now, given that most Americans seem to be on a high fat diet. This was pretty darn interesting. Well, later research goes on to show that best spiritual had a very positive effect on a number of interesting things like blood sugar levels, like normal cell growth, and it even seems to protect the intestines and the colon definitely supported normal enzymatic activity in the body. It improved endurance. There was even a great study at the institute of genetics and cell biology in France that showed that it dramatically improved endurance during ero- bec- activity, and it even proved to support brain function. Great study from Weill Cornell Medical school in New York, I was just reading that it even neutralizes free radicals. But the reason to bottom line reason Mark that it's all over the news nowadays is research at Harvard. They found that caloric restriction eating less, actually. Slows the pace of aging and extended the lifespan in laboratory animals by forty percent. Well, whenever our health is threatened any perceived health threat, like not eating enough, caloric restriction your body feels threatened. This switches on what they call the longevity, gene in your body. It switches on sort of protective mechanism that begins on a cellular level metabolism changes. Your ability to adapt and cope dramatically changes. There's a major positive influence on growth hormones and stress hormones. There's actually an increase in repair all of this witched on by a family of genes, we call sir tunes. But here's the key. According to the work done by David Sinclair at Harvard now, this is important, the most potent activator of these two and genes in addition to caloric restriction is rest virtual and a great hope is that what's happening in all these animal. Studies all these amazing benefits with respiratory will translate into people as well. And this is why. Millions of people all over the world are now taking resveratrol pretty much every day. Wow. This is amazing. But let me take a step back for a moment. I know you've been working with purity products for several years on their co Q formulas. But now they feature coenzyme q ten which you say is just as important as resveratrol, especially for your heart health, and you also say in some ways that it's got even more evidence behind it. So let me ask you this who needs coq ten and what exactly is it? Good for. Well, first of all, let's take a quick peek at what a coenzyme is. A coenzyme is any substance in the body that speeds up the rate at which a chemical reaction takes place. It's like a vitamin in many respects. Well, coq ten is the nutrient that is responsible for the energy. That's the key word the energy that supplies, your brain, your heart, your liver, your kidneys. In fact, we need coq ten to literally convert all the food we eat into energy. Wow. That's amazing. Yeah. Well, that's what it's all about not only that. But it's a very powerful antioxidant. And I remember Mark. Let's go. Oh back to nineteen sixty three that's a while ago. Well, I was teaching for the first time physiology and nutrition, and I remember speaking about coq ten at that point. Now, this is nineteen sixty three. And at that point it had only been discovered six years before nineteen fifty seven at the university of Wisconsin where they were looking for what makes the heartbeat. Hey, we're literally looking at hearts and saying what is making this darn thing beat well, they found out that was co Q ten and that coenzyme q ten supplies that energy. In fact, by nineteen seventy eight a British biochemist named Peter Mitchell wins himself, a Nobel prize for describing what he called a bio energetic energy created by coq ten so we could say it's so.

scientist David Sinclair Harvard Mark Nobel prize Peter Mitchell Weill Cornell Medical school New York researcher institute of genetics university of Wisconsin France fifty six percent thirty percent forty percent six years
"weill cornell medical school" Discussed on 790 KABC

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05:10 min | 3 years ago

"weill cornell medical school" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Well, it's great to have you with us. Now, let's touch on this resveratrol phenomenon for those people out there who just vaguely familiar with the story what exactly is virtual, and why is it all over the news today? Well, first of all, it sure is all over the news, especially the health news. You know, I read about twenty health journals a weekend every one of them seems to have an article about reservoir which role basically, resveratrol is what we call a polyphenol. It's founded red wine, it's found in purple grape, juice. It's found in berries. It's even found in peanuts. And the interesting thing about respiratory is it's actually produced by plants themselves to protect themselves against any kind of injury any kind of infection and against any kind of radiation. And the scientists really first became interested in resveratrol. Mark about nineteen ninety two when resveratrol was first isolated from red wine. It was also found at that point in the skin of grapes as well. And this is what got all those scientists interested the early. Studies showed that resveratrol seems to extend the life of fruit flies of worms, and even some fish. Well, anything that extends the life of anything is gonna peak the attention of a scientist. Absolutely. Well, by two thousand six the Italian scientists discovered that resveratrol extended the life of certain fish by fifty six percent, and it even increased their swimming ability. Well, also in two thousand six and here's what really got them interested a Harvard researcher, David Sinclair reported that resveratrol. Counteracted the negative effect of a high fat diet in mice by thirty percent. Now, given that most Americans seem to be on a high fat diet. This was pretty darn interesting. Well, later research goes on to show that resveratrol had a very positive effect on a number of interesting things like blood sugar levels, like normal cell growth, and even seems to protect the intestines and the colon. If definitely supported normal enzymatic activity in the body. It improved endurance. There was even a great study at the institute of genetics and cell biology in France that showed that it dramatically improved endurance during aero bec- activity, and it even proved to support brain function. Great study from Weill Cornell Medical school in New York, I was just reading that it even neutralizes free radicals. But the reason to bottom line reason Mark that it's all over the news nowadays is research at Harvard. They found that caloric restriction eating less actually slows the pace of aging and extended the lifespan in laboratory. Animals by forty percent. Well, whenever our health is threatened any perceived health threat, like not eating enough, caloric restriction your body feels threatened. This switches on what they call the longevity, gene in your body. It switches on sort of a protective mechanism that begins on a secular level metabolism changes. Your ability to adapt and cope dramatically changes. There's a major positive influence on growth hormones and stress hormones. There's actually an increase in repair all of this which on by a family of genes, we call Cirta tunes. But here's the key. According to the work done by David Sinclair at Harvard now, this is important the most potent activator of these two and James in addition to caloric restriction is resveratrol. And a great hope is that what's happening in all these animal. Studies all these amazing benefits with respiratory will translate into people as well. And this is why millions of people all over the world are now taking resveratrol pretty much every day. Wow. This is. Is amazing. But let me take a step back for a moment. I know you've been working with purity products for several years on their co Q formulas. But now they feature coenzyme q ten which you say is just as important as resveratrol, especially for your heart health, and you also say in some ways, it's got even more evidence behind it. So let me ask you this who needs coq ten and what exactly is it? Good for. Well, first of all, let's take a quick peek. Coenzyme is a coenzyme is any substance in the body that speeds up the rate at which a chemical reaction takes place. It's like a vitamin in many respects. Well, co Q ten is the nutrient that is responsible for the energy. That's the key word the energy that supplies, your brain, your heart, your liver, your kidneys. In fact, we need coq ten to literally convert all the food we eat into energy. Wow. That's amazing. Yeah. Well, that's what it's all about not only that. But it's a very powerful antioxidant. And I remember Mark let's go back to nineteen sixty three that's a while ago. Well, I was teaching for the first time physiology. Nutrition. And I remember speaking about co Q ten at that point. Now, this is nineteen sixty three. And at that point it had only been discovered six years before nineteen fifty seven at the university of Wisconsin where they were looking for. What makes the heartbeat? Take were literally looking at hearts and saying what is making this darn thing beat well, they found out that was co Q ten and that coenzyme q ten supplies that energy. In fact, by nineteen seventy eight a British biochemist named Peter Mitchell wins himself, a Nobel prize for describing what he called a bio energetic energy created by co Q ten so we could say it's so darn.

Harvard scientist David Sinclair Mark Nobel prize Peter Mitchell Weill Cornell Medical school New York institute of genetics university of Wisconsin France researcher James fifty six percent thirty percent forty percent six years
"weill cornell medical school" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

05:17 min | 3 years ago

"weill cornell medical school" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Mark always great speaking to you. Well, it's great to have you with us. Now, let's touch on this resveratrol phenomenon. Those people out there who just they're vaguely familiar with the story. What exactly is virtual and why is it all over the news today? Well, first of all, it sure is all over the news, especially the health news. You know, I read about twenty health journals a week, and every one of them seems to have an article about raspberries role. Basically, resveratrol is what we call a polyphenol. It's founded red wine it's found in Perth. Purple grape, juice. It's found in berries, rebounding peanuts. And the interesting thing about respiratory is it's actually produced by plants by plants themselves to protect themselves against any kind of injury any kind of infection and against any kind of radiation. And the scientists really first became interested. In raspberry troll. Mark about nineteen ninety two when resveratrol was first isolated from red wine. It was also found at that point in the skin of grapes as well. And this is what got although scientists interested the early. Studies showed that raspberry troll seems to extend the life of fruit flies of worms, and even some fish. Well, anything that extends the life of anything is gonna peak the attention of the scientists. Absolutely well, by two thousand six year talion scientists discovered that resveratrol extended the life of certain fish by fifty six percent, and it even increased their swimming ability. Well, also in two thousand six and here's what really got them interested. A Harvard researcher David Sinclair reported that resveratrol counteracted the negative effect of a high fat diet in mice by thirty percent. Now, given that most Americans seem to be on a high fat diet. This was pretty darn interesting. Well, later research goes on to show that breast virtual had a very positive effect on a number of interesting things like blood sugar levels, like normal cell growth, and it even seems to protect the intestines and the colon. It definitely supported normal enzymatic activity in the body. It improved endurance. There was even a great study at the institute of genetics and cell biology in France that showed that it dramatically improved endurance during aerobic activity, and it even proved to support brain function. Great study from Weill Cornell Medical school in New York, I was just reading that it even neutralizes free radicals. But the reason the bottom line reason Mark that it's all over the news nowadays is research at Harvard. They found that caloric restriction eating less. Actually slows the pace of aging and extended the lifespan in laboratory animals by forty percent. Well, whenever our health is threatened any perceived health threat, like not eating enough, caloric restriction, your body feels threatened this which is on what they call the longevity, gene in your body. It switches on sort of a protective mechanism that begins on a Cejudo level metabolism changes. Your ability to adapt and cope dramatically changes. There's a major positive influence on growth hormones and stress hormones. There's actually an increase in repair all of this witched on by family of genes, we call sir tunes. But here's the key. According to the work done by David Sinclair at Harvard now, this is important the most potent activator of these two genes in addition to caloric restriction is resveratrol. And a great hope is that what's happening in all these animal. Studies all these amazing benefits with respiratory will translate into people as well. And. This is why millions of people all over the world are now taking resveratrol pretty much every day. Wow. This is amazing. But let me take a step back from moment. I know you've been working with purity products for several years on their co Q formulas. But now they feature coenzyme q ten which you say is just as important as resveratrol, especially for your heart health, and you also say some ways that it's got even more evidence behind it. So let me ask you this who needs coq ten and what exactly is it? Good for. Well, first of all, let's take a quick peek at what a coenzyme is. A coenzyme is any substance in the body that speeds up the rate at which a chemical reaction takes place. It's like a vitamin in many respects. Well, coq ten is the nutrient that is responsible for the energy. That's the key word the energy that supplies, your brain, your heart, your liver, your kidneys. In fact, we need coq ten to literally convert all the food. We eat is energy. Wow. That's amazing. Yeah. Well, that's what it's all about not only that. But it's a very powerful antioxidant. And I remember Mark let's go back to nineteen sixty three that's a while ago. Well, I was teaching for the first. Time physiology and nutrition, and I remember speaking about coq ten at that point. Now, this is nineteen sixty three. And at that point it had only been discovered six years before nineteen fifty seven at the university of Wisconsin where they were looking for what makes the heartbeat. We're literally looking at hearts and saying what is making this darn thing beat well, they found out that was co Q ten and that coenzyme q ten supplies that energy. In fact, by nineteen seventy eight a British biochemist named Peter Mitchell wins himself, a Nobel prize for describing what he called a bio energetic energy created by coq ten so we could say it's so darn.

Mark David Sinclair Harvard Nobel prize Peter Mitchell Weill Cornell Medical school Perth researcher New York institute of genetics university of Wisconsin France two thousand six year fifty six percent thirty percent forty percent six years
"weill cornell medical school" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

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05:11 min | 3 years ago

"weill cornell medical school" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Well, it's great to have you with us. Now, let's touch on this resveratrol phenomenon. Those people out there who just vaguely familiar with this story, what exactly is revered trial. And why is it all over the news today? Well, first of all, it sure is all over the news, especially the health news. You know, I read about twenty health journals a week, and every one of them seems to have an article about resveratrol, basically, resveratrol is what we call a polyphenol. It's founded red wine it's found in purple grape. Juice. It's found in berries, people found in peanuts. And the interesting thing about respiratory is it's actually produced by plants by plants themselves to protect themselves against any kind of injury any kind of infection and against any kind of radiation. And the scientists really first became interested in raspberry ritual. Mark about nineteen ninety two when resveratrol was first isolated from red wine. It was also found at that point in the skin of grapes as well. And this is what got all those scientists interested the early. Studies showed that resveratrol seems to extend the life of fruit flies of worms, and even some fish. Well, anything that extends the life of anything is gonna peak the attention of a scientist, go absolutely well by two thousand six the Italian scientists discovered that resveratrol extended the life of certain fish by fifty six percent, and it even increased their swimming ability. Well, also in two thousand six and here's what really got them interested a Harvard research. David Sinclair reported that resveratrol counteracted the negative effect of a high fat diet in mice by thirty percent. Now, given that most Americans seem to be on a high fat diet. This was pretty darn interesting. Well, later research goes on to show that virtual had a very positive effect on a number of interesting things like blood sugar levels, like normal cell growth, and it even seems to protect the intestines and the colon. It definitely supported normal enzymatic activity in the body. It improved endurance. There was even a great study at the institute of genetics and cell biology in France that showed that it dramatically improved endurance during aerobic activity, and it even proved to support brain function. Great study from Weill Cornell Medical school in New York, I was just reading that it even neutralizes free radicals. But the reason to bottom line reason Mark that it's all over the news nowadays is research at Harvard. They found that caloric restriction eating less actually slows the pace of. Aging and extended the lifespan in laboratory animals by forty percent. Well, whenever our health is threatened any perceived health threat, like not eating enough, caloric restriction, your body feels threatened this which is on what they call the longevity, gene in your body. It's switches on sort of a protective mechanism that begins on a cellular level metabolism changes. Your ability to adapt and cope dramatically changes. There's a major positive influence on growth hormones and stress hormones. There's actually an increase in repair. All of this switched on by a family of genes, we call sir tunes. But here's the key. According to the work done by David Sinclair at Harvard now, this is important the most potent activator of these two genes in addition to caloric restriction is resveratrol. And a great hope is that what's happening in all these animal. Studies all these amazing benefits with resveratrol will translate into people as well. And this is why millions of people all over the world. Are now taking resveratrol pretty much every day. Wow. This is amazing. But let me take a step back for a moment. I know you've been working with purity products for several years on their co Q formulas. But now they feature coenzyme q ten which you say is just as important as resveratrol, especially for your heart health, and you also say some ways that it's got even more evidence behind it. So let me ask you this who needs co Q ten what exactly is it? Good for. Well, first of all, let's take a quick peek at what a coenzyme is. A coenzyme is any substance in the body that speeds up the rate at which a chemical reaction takes place. It's like a vitamin in many respects. Well, co Q ten is the nutrient that is responsible for the energy. That's the key word the energy that supplies, your brain, your heart, your liver, your kidneys. In fact, we need coq ten to literally convert all the food we eat into energy. Wow. That's amazing. Yeah. Well, that's what it's all about not only that. But it's a very powerful antioxidant. And I remember Mark let's go back to nineteen sixty three. That's a while ago. Well, I was teaching for the first time physiology and nutrition, and I remember speaking about coq ten at that point. Now, this is nineteen sixty three. And at that point it had only been discovered six years before nineteen fifty seven at the university of Wisconsin where they were looking for what makes the heartbeat. They were literally looking at hearts and saying what is making this darn thing beat well, they found out that was co Q ten and that coenzyme q ten supplies that energy. In fact, by nineteen seventy eight a British biochemist named Peter Mitchell wins himself, a Nobel prize for describing what he called the bio energetic energy created by co Q ten so we could say it's so.

Harvard scientist David Sinclair Mark Nobel prize Peter Mitchell Weill Cornell Medical school New York institute of genetics university of Wisconsin France fifty six percent thirty percent forty percent six years
"weill cornell medical school" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

05:16 min | 3 years ago

"weill cornell medical school" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Well, it's great to have you with us. Now, let's touch on this resveratrol phenomenon. Those people out there who just vaguely familiar with the story what exactly is virtual, and why is it all over the news today? Well, first of all, it sure is all over the news, especially the health news. You know, I read about twenty health journals a week, and every one of them seems to have an article about resveratrol, basically, resveratrol is what we call a polyphenol. It's founded red wine, it's found in purple grape, juice. Found in berries. It's even found in peanuts. And the interesting thing about respiratory is it's actually produced by plants by glance themselves to protect themselves against any kind of injury any kind of infection and against any kind of radiation. And the scientists really first became interested in raspberry ritual. Mark about nineteen ninety two when resveratrol was first isolated from red wine. It was also found at that point in the skin of grapes as well. And this is what got all those scientists interested the early. Studies showed that resveratrol seems to extend the life of fruit flies of worms, and even some fish. Well, anything that extends the life of anything is gonna peak the attention of a scientist. Absolutely. Well, by two thousand six the Italian scientists discovered that resveratrol extended the life of certain fish by fifty six percent, and it even increased their swimming ability. Well, also in two thousand six and here's what really got them interested a Harvard. Researcher David Sinclair reported that resveratrol counteracted the negative effect of a high fat diet in mice by thirty percent. Now, given that most Americans seem to be on a high fat diet. This was pretty darn interesting. Well, later research goes on to show that best virtual had a very positive effect on a number of interesting things like blood sugar levels, like normal cell growth, and it even seems to protect the intestines and the colon. It definitely supported normal enzymatic activity in the body. It improved endurance. There was even a great study at the institute of genetics and cell biology in France that showed that it dramatically improved endurance during aerobic activity, and it even proved to support brain function. Great study from Weill Cornell Medical school in New York, I was just reading that it even neutralizes free radicals. But the reason to bottom line reason Mark that it's all over the news nowadays is research at Harvard. They found that caloric restriction eating less actually slow. Does the pace of aging and extended the lifespan in laboratory animals by forty percent. Well, whenever our health is threatened any perceived health threat, like not eating enough, caloric restriction, your body feels threatened this which is on what they call the longevity, gene in your body. It switches on sort of a protective mechanism that begins on a federal level metabolism changes. Your ability to adapt and cope dramatically changes. There's a major positive influence on growth hormone stress hormones. There's actually an increase in repair all of this witched on by a family of genes, we call sir tunes. But here's the key. According to the work done by David Sinclair at Harvard now, this is important, the most potent activator of these are two and genes in addition to caloric restriction is rest virtual and a great hope is that what's happening in all these animal. Studies all these amazing benefits with resveratrol will translate into people as well. And this is why. Millions of people all over the world are now taking resveratrol pretty much every day. Wow. This is amazing. But let me get back for a moment. I know you've been working with purity products for several years on their co Q formulas. But now they feature coenzyme q ten which you say is just as important as resveratrol, especially for your heart health, and you also say some ways that it's got even more evidence behind it. So let me ask you this who needs coq ten and what exactly is it? Good for. Well, first of all, let's take a quick peek at what a coenzyme is. A coenzyme is any substance in the body that speeds up the rate at which a chemical reaction takes place. It's like a vitamin in many respects. Well, coq ten is the nutrient that is responsible for the energy. That's the key word the energy that supplies, your brain, your heart, your liver, your kidneys. In fact, we need coq ten to literally convert all the food we eat into energy. Wow. That's amazing. Yeah. Well, that's what it's all about not only that. But it's a very powerful antioxidant. And I remember Mark. Let's go back to nineteen sixty three that's a while ago. Well, I was teaching for the first time physiology and nutrition, and I remember speaking about coq ten at that point. Now, this is nineteen sixty three. And at that point it had only been discovered six years before nineteen fifty seven at the university of Wisconsin where they were looking for. What makes the heartbeat take? We're literally looking at hearts and saying what is making this darn thing beat well, they found out that was co Q ten and that coenzyme q ten supplies that energy. In fact, by nineteen seventy eight a British biochemist named Peter Mitchell wins himself, a Nobel prize for describing what he called a bio energetic energy created by coq ten so we could say it's so darn important because.

Harvard scientist David Sinclair Mark Nobel prize growth hormone Peter Mitchell Weill Cornell Medical school New York Researcher institute of genetics university of Wisconsin France fifty six percent thirty percent forty percent six years
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860AM The Answer

05:13 min | 3 years ago

"weill cornell medical school" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Well, it's great to have you with us. Now, let's touch on this resveratrol phenomenon for those people out there who just they're vaguely familiar with this story. What exactly is resveratrol? And why is it all over the news today? Well, first of all, it sure is all over the news, especially the health news. You know, I read about twenty health journals a week, and every one of them seems to have an article about resveratrol, basically, resveratrol is what we call a poly Finol. It's founded read. Wine, it's bound in purple grape, juice. It's found in berries, a deep rebound peanuts. And the interesting thing about resveratrol is it's actually produced by plants by plants themselves to protect themselves against any kind of injury any kind of infection and against any kind of radiation. And the scientists really first became interested in raspberry ritual. Mark about nineteen ninety two when resveratrol was first isolated from red wine. It was also found at that point in the skin of grapes as well. And this is what got all those scientists interested the early. Studies showed that reservoir ritual seems to extend the life of fruit flies of worms, and even some fish. Well, anything that extends the life of anything is gonna peak the attention of a scientist. Absolutely. Well, by two thousand six the Italian scientists discovered that resveratrol extended the life of certain fish by fifty six percent, and it even increased their swimming of well, also in two thousand. Six and here's what really got them interested a Harvard researcher, David Sinclair reported that resveratrol counteracted the negative effect of a high fat diet in mice by thirty percent. Now, given that most Americans seem to be on a high fat diet. This was pretty darn interesting. Well, later research goes on to show that brand spiritual had a very positive effect on a number of interesting things like blood sugar levels, like normal cell growth, and it even seems to protect the intestines and the colon. It definitely supported normal enzymatic activity in the body. It improved endurance. There was even a great study at the institute of genetics and cell biology in France that showed that it dramatically improved endurance during aerobic activity, and it even proved to support brain function. Great study from Weill Cornell Medical school in New York, I was just reading that it even neutralizes free radicals. But the reason to bottom line reason Mark that it's all over the news nowadays is research at Harvard. They found that caloric restriction eating less actually slows the pace of aging and extended the lifespan in laboratory animals by forty percent. Well, whenever our health is threatened any perceived health threat, like not eating enough, caloric restriction your body feels threatened. This switches on what they call the longevity, gene in your body in switches on a sort of a protective mechanism that begins on Cejudo level. But ISM changes your ability to adapt and cope, dramatically changes. There's a major positive influence on growth hormones and stress hormones. There's actually an increase in repair all of this witched on by a family of genes, we call sir tunes. But here's the key. According to the work done by David Sinclair at Harvard now, this is important the most potent activator of these two and genes in addition to caloric restriction is resveratrol. And a great hope is that what's happening in all these animal. Studies all these amazing benefits. With resveratrol will translate into people as well. And this is why millions of people all over the world are now taking reservoir ritual pretty much every day. Wow. This is amazing. But let me take a step back from moment. I know you've been working with purity products for several years on their co Q formulas. But now they feature coenzyme q ten which you say is just as important as resveratrol, especially for your heart health, and you also say in some ways that it's got even more evidence behind it. So let me ask you this who needs coq Q ten what exactly is it? Good for. Well, first of all, let's take a quick peek, a water coenzyme is a coenzyme is any substance in the body that speeds up the rate at which a chemical reaction takes place. It's like a vitamin in many respects. Well, coq ten is the nutrient that is responsible for the energy. That's the key word the energy that supplies, your brain, your heart, your liver, your kidneys. In fact, we need coq ten to literally convert all the food we eat into energy. Wow. That's amazing. Yeah. Well, that's what it's all about not only that. But it's a very powerful antioxidant. And I remember Mark let's go back to nineteen sixty three that's a while ago. Well, I was teaching for the first time physiology and nutrition, and I remember speaking about coq ten at that point. And at that point it had only been discovered six years before nineteen fifty seven at the university of Wisconsin where they were looking for what makes the heartbeat. Well, they found out that was co Q ten and that coenzyme q ten supplies that energy. In fact, by nineteen seventy eight a British biochemist named Peter Mitchell wins himself a Nobel prize. But describing what he called a bio energetic energy created by co Q ten so we could say it's so darn.

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"weill cornell medical school" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

05:09 min | 3 years ago

"weill cornell medical school" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Well, it's great to have you with us. Now, let's touch on this resveratrol phenomenon. Those people out there who just vaguely familiar with the story. What exactly is resveratrol? And why is it all over the news today? Well, first of all, it sure is all over the news, especially the health news. You know, I read about twenty health journals a week, and every one of them seems to have an article about resveratrol, basically, resveratrol is what we call a polyphenol. It's found in red wine. It's found in purple grape juice. It's found in berries. It's even found in peanuts. And the interesting thing about respiratory is it's actually produced by plants by plants themselves to protect themselves against any kind of injury any kind of infection and against any kind of radiation. And the scientists really first became interested in respiratory Mark about nineteen ninety two when raspberry ritual was first isolated from red wine. It was also found at that point in the skin of grapes as well. And this is what got all those scientists interested the early. Studies showed that resveratrol seems to extend the life of fruit flies of worms, and even some fish. Well, anything that extends the life of anything is gonna peak the attention of a scientist. Absolutely. Well, by two thousand six the Italian scientists discovered that resveratrol extended the life of certain fish by fifty six percent, and it even increased their swimming ability. Well, also in two thousand six and here's what really got them interested a Harvard researcher, David Sinclair reported that resveratrol. Counteracted the negative effect of a high fat diet in mice by thirty percent. Now, given that most Americans seem to be on a high fat diet. This was pretty darn interesting. Well, later research goes on to show that best spiritual had a very positive effect on a number of interesting things like blood sugar levels, like normal cell growth, and it even seems to protect the intestines and the colon. It definitely supported normal enzymatic activity in the body. It improved endurance. There was even a great study at the institute of genetics and cell biology in France that showed that it dramatically improved endurance during aerobic activity, and it even proved to support brain function. Great study from Weill Cornell Medical school in New York, I was just reading that it even neutralizes free radicals. But the reason to bottom line reason Mark that it's all over the news nowadays is research at Harvard. They found that caloric restriction eating less actually slows the pace of aging and extended the lifespan in laboratory animals by. I forty percent. Well, whenever our health is threatened any perceived health threat, like not eating enough, caloric restriction, your body feels threatened this which is on what they call the longevity, gene in your body. It's switches on a sort of a protective mechanism that begins on a Cejudo level metabolism changes. Your ability to adapt and cope dramatically changes. There's a major positive influence on growth hormones and stress hormones. There's actually an increase in repair all of this witched on by a family of genes, we call sir tunes. But here's the key. According to the work done by David Sinclair at Harvard now, this is important the most potent activator of these two and genes in addition to caloric restriction is resveratrol. And a great hope is that what's happening in all these animal. Studies all these amazing benefits with resveratrol will translate into people as well. And this is why millions of people all over the world are now taking resveratrol pretty much every day. Wow. This is amazing. But let. Me take a step back from moment. I know you've been working with purity products for several years on their co Q formulas. But now they feature coenzyme q ten which you say is just as important as resveratrol, especially for your heart health, and you also say in some ways that it's got even more evidence behind it. So let me ask you this who needs coq ten and what exactly is it? Good for. Well, first of all, let's take a quick peek at what a coenzyme is. A coenzyme is any substance in the body that speeds up the rate at which chemical reaction takes place. It's like a vitamin in many respects. Well, coq ten is the nutrient that is responsible for the energy. That's the key word the energy that supplies, your brain, your heart, your liver, your kidneys. In fact, we need coq ten to literally convert all the food we eat into energy. Wow. That's amazing. Yeah. Well, that's what it's all about not only that. But it's a very powerful antioxidant. And I remember Mark let's go back to nineteen sixty three that's a while ago. Well, I was teaching for the first time physiology and nutrition, and I. Remember, speaking about coq ten at that point. Now, this is nineteen sixty three. And at that point it had only been discovered six years before nineteen fifty seven at the university of Wisconsin where they were looking for. What makes the heartbeat take? We're literally looking at hearts and saying what is making this darn thing beat well, they found out that was co Q ten and that coenzyme q ten supplies that energy. In fact, by nineteen seventy eight a British biochemist named Peter Mitchell wins himself, a Nobel prize for describing what he called a bio energetic energy created by coq ten so we could say it's so.

Harvard David Sinclair scientist Mark Nobel prize Peter Mitchell Weill Cornell Medical school New York institute of genetics university of Wisconsin France researcher fifty six percent thirty percent forty percent six years
"weill cornell medical school" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

05:10 min | 3 years ago

"weill cornell medical school" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Well, it's great to have you with us. Now, let's touch on this resveratrol phenomenon for those people out there who just they're vaguely familiar with the story. What exactly is revered troll? And why is it all over the news today? Well, first of all, it sure is all over the news, especially the health news. You know, I read about twenty health journals a week, and every one of them seems to have an article about resveratrol, basically, resveratrol is what we call a polyphenol. It's founded red wine, it's found in purple grape, juice. It's found in berry. People found in peanuts. And the interesting thing about respiratory is it's actually produced by plants Lance themselves to protect themselves against any kind of injury any kind of infection and against any kind of radiation. And the scientists really first became interested in respiratory Mark about nineteen ninety two when raspberry ritual was first isolated from red wine. It was also found at that point in the skin of grapes as well. And this is what got all those scientists interested the early. Studies showed that resveratrol seems to extend the life of fruit flies of worms, and even some fish. Well, anything that extends the life of anything is gonna peak the attention of a scientist. Absolutely. Well, by two thousand six the Italian scientists discovered that resveratrol extended the life of certain fish by fifty six percent, and it even increased their swimming ability. Well, also in two thousand six and here's what really got them. Interested a Harvard researcher, David Sinclair. Reported that resveratrol counteracted the negative effect of a high fat diet in mice by thirty percent. Now, given that most Americans seem to be on a high fat diet. This was pretty darn interesting. Well, later research goes on to show that virtual had a very positive effect on a number of interesting things like blood sugar levels, like normal cell growth, and it even seems to protect the intestines and the colon. It definitely supported normal enzymatic activity in the body. It improved endurance. There was even a great study at the institute of genetics and cell biology in France that showed that it dramatically improved endurance during aero bec- activity, and it even proved to support brain function. Great study from Weill Cornell Medical school in New York, I was just reading that it even neutralizes free radicals. But the reason to bottom line reason Mark that it's all over the news nowadays is research at Harvard. They found that caloric restriction eating less actually slows the pace of aging and extended the life. Lifespan in laboratory animals by forty percent. Well, whenever our health is threatened any perceived health threat, like not eating enough, caloric restriction, your body feels threatened this which is on what they call the longevity, gene in your body. It switches on sort of a protective mechanism that begins on a Cejudo level metabolism changes. Your ability to adapt and cope dramatically changes. There's a major positive influence on growth hormones and stress hormones. There's actually an increase in repair. All of this switched on by a family of genes, we call sir tunes. But here's the key. According to the work done by David Sinclair at Harvard now, this is important the most potent activator of these two and genes in addition to caloric restriction is resveratrol. And a great hope is that what's happening in all these animal. Studies all these amazing benefits with resveratrol will translate into people as well. And this is why millions of people all over the world are now taking resveratrol pretty. Much every day. Wow. This is amazing. But let me tell you step back for a moment. I know you've been working with purity products for several years on their co Q formulas. But now they feature coenzyme q ten which you say is just as important as resveratrol, especially for your heart health, and you also say in some ways that it's got even more evidence behind it. So let me ask you this who needs coq ten and what exactly is it? Good for. Well, first of all, let's take a quick peek. Coenzyme is a coenzyme is any substance in the body that speeds up the rate at which a chemical reaction takes place. It's like a vitamin in many respects. Well, co Q ten is the nutrient that is responsible for the energy. That's the key word the energy that supplies, your brain, your heart, your liver, your kidneys. In fact, we need co Q ten to literally convert all the food we eat into energy. Wow. That's amazing. Yeah. Well, that's what it's all about not only that. But it's a very powerful antioxidant. And I remember Mark let's go back to nineteen sixty three that's a while ago. Well, I was teaching. For the first time physiology and nutrition, and I remember speaking about coq ten at that point. Now, this is nineteen sixty three. And at that point it had only been discovered six years before nineteen fifty seven at the university of Wisconsin where they were looking for. What makes the heartbeat were literally looking at hearts and saying what is making this darn thing beat well, they found out that was co Q ten and that coenzyme q ten supplies that energy. In fact, by nineteen seventy eight a British biochemist named Peter Mitchell wins himself, a Nobel prize for describing what he called a bio energetic energy created by coq ten so we could say it's so.

Harvard scientist David Sinclair Mark Nobel prize Peter Mitchell Lance Weill Cornell Medical school New York institute of genetics university of Wisconsin France researcher fifty six percent thirty percent forty percent six years
"weill cornell medical school" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

05:16 min | 3 years ago

"weill cornell medical school" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Well, it's great to have you with us. Now, let's touch on this resveratrol phenomenon for those people out there who just vaguely familiar with this story. What exactly is resveratrol, and why is it all over the news today? Well, first of all, it sure is all over the news, especially the health news. You know, I read about twenty health journals a week, and every one of them seems to have an article about raspberries role. Basically, resveratrol is what we call a polyphenol. It's founded red wine, it's found in purple grape, juice. Found in berries the team rebounded peanuts. And the interesting thing about respiratory is it's actually produced by plants by glance themselves to protect themselves against any kind of injury any kind of infection and against any kind of radiation. And the scientists really first became interested in respiratory Mark about nineteen ninety two when resveratrol was first isolated from red wine. It was also found about point in the skin of grapes as well. And this is what got all those scientists interested the early. Studies showed that raspberry troll seems to extend the life of fruit flies of worms, and even some fish. Well, anything that extends the life of anything is gonna peak the attention of a scientist, absolutely. Well, by two thousand six year talion finders discovered that resveratrol extended the life of certain fish by fifty six percent, and it even increased their swimming ability. Well, also in two thousand six and here's what really got them interested a Harvard researcher, David Sinclair reported that Roosevelt patrol counteracted the negative effect of a high fat diet in mice by thirty percent. Now, given that most Americans think to be on a high fat diet. This was pretty darn interesting. Well, later research goes on to show that breast virtual had a very positive effect on a number of interesting things like blood sugar levels, like normal cell growth, even seems to protect the intestines and the colon. It definitely supported normal enzymatic activity in the body. It improved endurance. There was even a great study at the institute of genetics and cell biology in France that showed that it dramatically improved endurance during aerobic activity, and it even proved to support brain function. Great. Study from Weill Cornell Medical school in New York, I was just reading that it even neutralizes free radicals. But the reason to bottom line reason Mark that it's all over the news nowadays is research at Harvard. They found that caloric restriction eating less actually slows the pace of aging and extended the lifespan in laboratory animals by forty percent. Well, whenever our health is threatened any perceived health threat, like not eating enough, caloric restriction your body feels threatened. This switches on what they call the longevity, gene in your body. It switches on sort of a protective mechanism that begins on a cellular level, but tablets, some changes. Your ability to adapt and cope dramatically changes. There's a major positive influence on growth hormone stress hormones. There's actually an increase in repair. All of this switched on by a family of genes, we call strategic plans, but here's the key. According to the work done by David Sinclair at Harvard now, this is important the most. Potent activator of these are two and genes in addition to caloric restriction is respiratory. And a great hope is that what's happening in all these animal. Studies all these amazing benefits with raspberry troll will translate into people as well. And this is why millions of people all over the world are now taking resveratrol pretty much every day. Wow. This is amazing. But let me take a step back for a moment. I know you've been working with purity products for several years of their co Q formulas. But now they feature coenzyme q ten which you say is just as important as resveratrol, especially for your heart health, and you also say some ways that it's got even more evidence behind it. So let me ask you this who needs coq ten and what exactly is it? Good for what first of all. Let's take a quick peek at what a coenzyme is. A coenzyme is any substance in the body that speeds up the rate at which chemical reaction takes place. It's like a vitamin in many respects. Well, coq ten is the nutrient that is responsible for the energy. That's the key word the energy that supplies, your brain your. Your heart your liver, your kidneys. In fact, we need coq ten to literally convert all the food we eat into energy. Wow. That's amazing. Yeah. Well, that's what it's all about not only that. But it's a very powerful antioxidant. And I remember Mark let's go back to nineteen sixty three that's a while ago. Well, I was teaching for the first time physiology and nutrition, and I remember speaking about coq ten at that point. Now, this is nineteen sixty three. And at that point it had only been discovered six years before nineteen fifty seven at the university of Wisconsin where they were looking for. What makes the heartbeat take? We're literally looking at hearts and say, what is making this darn thing beat well, they found out that was co Q ten and that coenzyme q ten supplies that energy. In fact, by nineteen seventy eight a British biochemist named Peter Mitchell wins himself a Nobel prize for describing what he called a bio energetic energy. Created by co Q ten so we could say it's so darn important.

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Harvard researchers find link between longevity, restricted diet and Resveratrol

WDRC

02:30 min | 4 years ago

Harvard researchers find link between longevity, restricted diet and Resveratrol

"At that point in the skin of grapes as well and this is what got all those scientists interested the early studies showed that resveratrol seems to extend the life of fruit flies of worms and even some fish well anything that extends the life of anything is gonna peak the attention of a scientist absolutely how well by two thousand six the italian scientists discovered that resveratrol extended the life of certain fish by fifty six percent and even increased their swimming ability well also in two thousand six and here's what really got them interested a harvard researcher david sinclair reported that resveratrol counteracted the negative effect of a high fat diet in mice by thirty percent now given that most americans seem to be on a high fat diet this was pretty darn interesting well later research goes on to show that best virtual had a very positive effect on a number of interesting things like blood sugar levels like normal cell growth and it even seems to protect the intestines and the colon it definitely supported normal enzymatic activity in the body it improved endurance there was even a great study at the institute of genetics and cell biology in france that showed that it dramatically improved endurance during ero bec activity and it even proved to support brain function great study from weill cornell medical school in new york i was just reading that it even neutralizes free radicals but the reason the bottom line reason mark that it's all over over the news nowadays is research at harvard they found that caloric restriction eating less actually slows the pace of aging and extended the lifespan in laboratory animals by forty percent well whenever our health is threatened any perceived health threat like not eating enough caloric restriction your body feels threatened this switches on what they call the longevity gene in your body it switches on sort of a protective mechanism that begins on a cejudo level metabolism changes your ability to adapt and cope dramatically changes there's a major positive influence on growth hormones and stress hormones there's actually an increase in repair all of this which on by family of genes we call sir tunes but here's the key according to the work done by david sinclair at harvard now this is important the most potent activator of these two and genes in addition to caloric restriction is rest various role and a great hope.

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