"USE THESE 4 Secrets To STAY HEALTHY Until 100+ YEARS OLD!" | Peter Attia & Lewis Howes

"USE THESE 4 Secrets To STAY HEALTHY Until 100+ YEARS OLD!" | Peter Attia & Lewis Howes

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Dr. Peter Attia is a physician focusing on the applied science of longevity. His practice deals extensively with nutritional interventions, exercise physiology, sleep physiology, emotional and mental health, and pharmacology to increase lifespan (delay the onset of chronic disease) while simultaneously improving healthspan (quality of life).

In addition to training at Johns Hopkins Hospital, Dr. Attia also spent two years at the National Institutes of Health as a surgical oncology fellow at the National Cancer Institute, where his research focused on immune-based therapies for melanoma. He has since been mentored by some of the most experienced and innovative lipidologists, endocrinologists, gynecologists, sleep physiologists, and longevity scientists in the United States and Canada.

Dr. Attia earned his M.D. from Stanford University and holds a B.Sc. in mechanical engineering and applied mathematics. He also receives speaking honorariums from organizations, including hospitals and health-related businesses, when he is asked to speak on longevity, metabolic-related topics, athletic performance, and his personal experience.

In addition to being an accomplished physician, Dr. Attia is also a successful businessman. He is the co-founder and Chief Medical Officer of the fasting app Zero. Additionally, Dr. Attia is an advisor to, and/or investor in, the companies Virta Health, Hu Kitchen, Oura Health Oy, Magic Spoon Cereal, Inevitable Ventures, Salutoceuticals, Dexcom, Kia Hawaii, and Supercast.

Dr. Peter Attia has an impressive career, but he’s an even more impressive person in real life! I’m so grateful to him for taking the time to join me here on The School of Greatness! I really think you’re going to learn a lot from this interview. If you’re ready to learn how to live to be over 100 and prevent chronic diseases, join me on Episode 1,045 with Dr. Peter Attia!
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50 Comments

  1. Kinda funny, I had that “feel like superman” all the way into my 50s! Now at 61, still feeling great, not overweight and no meds, but just discovered my CAC score is over 1k! Man, talk about a shock, that totally blindsided me.

  2. On my father side they all live over 100 years. My Grandfather died in is sleep at 105 never sick. Myself and a lot of family never get even a cold. Personally I have never had the flew.

  3. I was running marathons and became pre diabetic couldn’t understand why my waist was expanding, stopped eating all carbs 7 years ago eating meat and fat only and have reversed this.

  4. Hello guys, I’m type 2 diabetic and it’s a battle every day to keep my numbers down. It scares me all I hear keep your carbs down I do but what can you eat. Its all to boring,there’s nothing fun about to this disease. I need knee replacement and I’m scared because I had an ablation in my leg and end up getting cellulitis and boy was I scared and my leg isn’t the same still get red and some what swollen. I want to exercise but I cant because my knees hurt so much. What I can do? I wish you were here in Tampa. I would love to have an appointment with you. You are blessed and those that get to see you there are blessed as well. I want to understand this diabetes its so confusing..im 74 and want to live. My mind is active and but my body isn’t. I’m usually active minded if that makes any sense. Help I want to live

  5. I have heart failure. What type of exercises should I do to get stronger. Is there anything for people with heart problems to improve their longevity. Also have diabetes. A1C is around 6.5.

  6. My biggest fear is not being able to raise my boy and watch him grow. I’m 36 and he’s just 3 yrs old. I used to not fear anything but not that my love is him I fear death before his growth. I want to live to watch him grow till he’s older

  7. I do keto at 67 for a year and half. I take magnesium, zinc, vit. D, C, K2, serrapeptaise, nattokinase, turmeric, fish oil daily. I go to the gym 3 times a week. I will not do a cold shower My only downfall is that sleep amounts to only 4.5-5 hours per night. My bloodwork and urinalysis pass nicely though!

  8. I am a weirdo because my adrenal glands will wake me up if I don’t eat before going to bad. 🤷‍♂️😆

  9. Make it 120 years, that is my target. Daily besides doing other things, I work on fixing my "scattered" brain. Every morning for 15 minutes, I write, and I print every alphabet entirely focused. I don’t even think of what is the next alphabet. This exercise makes the neurons in my brain stand organized in proper sequence so that information can flow effectively and efficiently. Now you understand why we call someone a scattered brain, their neurons are totally disorganized I mean scattered.

  10. Epitome Fungus creates similar to genetic schizophrenia and eventually it gives diabetes and also limbs can fall off from gang green. There is an antibiotic. Why I say genetic, it is because family members eat the same foods generally. It is meant to be taken out if grains. Rye particularly has it.

  11. I would say No.5 bad marriage which causes organ damage, inflammation, high blood pressure. In short shorten your age, change it or get out fast.

  12. Lewis and Peter: Thank you for all you both shared in this video. It was so informative! I will be watching it again.

  13. It would be nice to have a Peter Attia Health and Aging certification in Health Span and Life Span. He has valuable information and research and has done the hard work of understanding it. To get his information out there to even more people it would be nice to have a certification that allows people to speak authoritatively about it without dipping into licensure over diet advice and medical dietary cures for diagnoses.

  14. Amazing comments about disconnecting, it’s 💯 true. I have to be aware of it and choose something different

  15. Well, if you sleep for 8 hours, it means, you are spending 1/3 of your life in bed. Don’t you think, you can do
    better than that?

  16. I’m 60 year old female and can do all of the things he said. I just unloaded a trailer of 4 tons of animal feed in 50 pound bags. Cleaned 12 stalls and pushed 150lbs of waste in a wheelbarrow up hill to composter. This is a Tuesday. Maybe we need to get back on the farm 😂

  17. I have to agree,,,,I say I have been given good health and body but I am dead. I hate it but don’t know how to get out of it…
    I’ve seen a lot of death of close loved ones due to physical ailments. It hurts me to be so healthy but to have lost hope in life and lost dreams.

  18. Babylonian tradition to have good sleep ,eat full head of lettuce,cool you down,cucumbers and home made yougart,melon but last meal should be at 4-5 pm even in summer,salads with vegetables like mint,parsley,cucumber,tomatoes no dressings.This was our supper in summer months in childhood.very light ,sleep on roofs watching stars above ,talking stories and jokes .too much laughing before sleep reduce cortisol,increase dopamine and serotonin,now as medical doctor know this.I know two In remission from diabetes,vegetarian and intermittent fasting OMAD,and know my brother surgeon died of diabetes complications including dementia.Very sad .keep learning.Thank you both .Dr Attila is a good teacher,and have a good grasp on priciples.

  19. Being relational with people is important however for me at 52 it’s hard to find people who bother to take their health seriously. I stopped drinking recently and didn’t realize how miserable I was. Being an introvert I enjoy my time alone to cultivate my physical and inner self.

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