Health and Wellness : Fasting, Longevity and the Mitochondrial Connection

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Fasting, Longevity and the Mitochondrial Connection


Dr. Jason Fung
Nephrologist. Special interest in weight management and diabetes
Jan 25

... Fasting also stimulates autophagy and mitophagy, the process of culling the old, dysfunctional mitochondria. So the ancient wellness practice of intermittent fasting essentially gets rid of the old mitochondria and at the same time stimulates new growth ...





The sub cellular level that exists between the cellular and genetic levels ... Our body is composed of multiple organs and other connective tissue, each organ is composed of different cells, within the cells there are organelles (mini-organs) such as the mitochondrion and endoplasmic reticulum. These sub-cellular mini organs do various functions for the cell such as generate energy (mitochondrion) and remove waste products (lysosomes) and make proteins (endoplasmic reticulum), within the nucleus of the cell lies the genetic material including chromosomes and DNA.

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Longevity and Diet

Aging has always been considered an inevitable process, but the discovery that the aging process itself could be ‘hacked’ has led to the concept of ‘health span’ as opposed to merely ‘lifespan’. A long life is not necessarily marred by disability and death and specific dietary interventions in particular may promote healthy long life ...



Dr. Jason Fung

Nephrologist. Special interest in weight management and diabetes
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Controlling the Body’s ‘Fat Thermometer’


Dr. Jason Fung
Nephrologist. Special interest in type 2 diabetes reversal and intermittent fasting. Founder of Intensive Dietary Management Program

... No, the key to successful weight loss is to control your body’s ‘thermostat’ — the body set weight (BSW). Our body has no ‘calorie’ receptors and does not know how many calories we eat or don’t eat.




 
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