Longevity (1)

I am almost finished with the book “Lifespan: Why we age – and why we don’t have to” from David Sinclair. In this book he explains the result of his research in a very readable way, avoiding much of the scientific language so that it is accessible to everybody. While reading the book, I recognizedContinue reading “Longevity (1)”

CO2 and nutrition

The different fuel types that are available for our body need to be converted into acetyl-Coa to enter into the citric acid cycle and are processed equally. But the processes to turn glucose and fatty acids (and ketones) into acetyl-Coa are different. One of these differences is that glucose produces carbon dioxide (CO2) while doingContinue reading “CO2 and nutrition”

What drives me…

“Read not to contradict and confute; nor to believe and take for granted; nor to find talk and discourse; but to weigh and consider.” — Francis Bacon I was living a healthy life according to the guidelines.  Sportive (cycling, running, snowboarding, hiking), whole grain food with lots of vegetables, not a lot of meat, dailyContinue reading “What drives me…”

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