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Old 03-08-2012, 04:43 AM   #1
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Default Horizon - Eat, Fast and Live Longer.

Horizon - Eat, Fast and Live Longer. (Mon 6th August, 9PM, BBC 2, UK).


Link: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b01lxyzc

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Episode 3 of 6, 2012-2013.

Duration: 1 hour.

Michael Mosley has set himself a truly ambitious goal: he wants to live longer, stay younger and lose weight in the bargain. And he wants to make as few changes to his life as possible along the way. He discovers the powerful new science behind the ancient idea of fasting, and he thinks he's found a way of doing it that still allows him to enjoy his food. Michael tests out the science of fasting on himself - with life-changing results.

Or catch it on iplayer: http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/

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Old 03-08-2012, 07:40 AM   #2
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Horizon - Eat, Fast and Live Longer. (Mon 6th August, 9PM, BBC 2, UK).


Link: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b01lxyzc




Or catch it on iplayer: http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/


This has been done before, although i will watch it out of interest. I saw several programmes 30 years ago by leading gerontologist Professor Roy Walford practiced calorie restriction most of his life to extend his life as it does in mice in research studies but he only lived to be 79. I also read his books which were very interesting but was hugely disappointed that he died at 79 as his aim was to live for 120 which humans are capable of living too but rarely do.

his work is still to be match and of enormous interest, he fasted two days a week and ate food with maximum nutrition but restricted calories.
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Roy Walford
Born June 29, 1924
San Diego, California, USA
Died April 27, 2004 (aged 79)
Santa Monica, California, USA
Residence Venice, California, USA
Known for life extension

Roy Lee Walford, M. D. (June 29, 1924 San Diego, California, USA – April 27, 2004) was a pioneer in the field of caloric restriction. He died at age 79 of respiratory failure as a complication of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (commonly known as Lou Gehrig’s Disease). He was a leading advocate of calorie restriction as a method of life extension and health improvement.
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Career highlights

Dr. Walford is credited with significantly furthering aging research by his discovery that laboratory mice, when fed a diet that restricted their caloric intake by 50% yet maintained nutritional requirements, almost doubled their expected life span.

He received his medical degree from the University of Chicago in 1948. He completed his internship at Gorgas Hospital, Panama, and served his residency at the V.A. Medical Center in Los Angeles. He then served two years in the U.S. Air Force during the Korean War.

Dr. Walford joined the faculty at the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA) in 1954. He became a Professor of Pathology at the UCLA School of Medicine in 1966. He became Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, Emeritus, for UCLA, when he left to join the crew of Biosphere 2 in 1991.

While at UCLA, Dr. Walford served in the following roles:

Director of the Blood Bank and of the Hematology Division of the Clinical Laboratories (1959–1980)
Director of the School of Medical Technology (1962–1972)
Chairman of the Vivarium Committee (1965–1968)

In addition to his service at UCLA, he was an expert advisor in immunology for the World Health Organization from 1969 to 1984, was a senatorial delegate to the White House Conference on Aging in 1981, and a member of the National Institute on Aging.

His honors and awards include:

Levine Award of the American Society of Clinical Pathology
Research Award of the American Aging Association
Kleemeier Award from the Gerontological Society of America
Henderson Award from the American Geriatrics Society
The Senator Alan Cranston Award
Infinity Award of the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine
Asteroid #4629 was named after him by its discoverer (E. Helene) in 1986

Dr. Walford and his work were featured in print in dozens of articles in popular publications such as Omni, Discover, and Scientific American. During his life he also made dozens of featured appearances on various television shows.
Roulette winnings

In 1949, while on vacation during medical school,[1] Walford and Albert Hibbs, a mathematics graduate student, used statistical analysis of biased roulette wheels to "break the bank" in Reno. They tracked the results of the spins, determined which wheels were biased, and then bet heavily on the ones which were unbalanced. The casinos eventually realized that Walford and his friend knew what they were doing and threw them out. A Life Magazine photographer captured the pair drinking milk and counting their chips in a photograph published in the December 7, 1949 issue. Their methods were also mentioned in the roulette book The Eudaemonic Pie by Thomas Bass. Different sources have the pair winning anywhere from $6,500 (Life Magazine) to $42,000 (an obituary by the Gerontology Research Group); the high end is more likely, as Walford was reputed to have paid for part of his medical school education and a house from his winnings. The pair also bought a yacht and sailed the Caribbean for over a year.
Biosphere 2

Dr. Walford was one of the eight “crew members” who were sealed inside Biosphere 2 where they lived from September 26, 1991 to September 26, 1993. Dr. Walford served as the crew's physician. During his stay in Biosphere 2, the crew found that they could not grow as much food as anticipated, so Dr. Walford convinced the crew to follow his calorie restriction diet.[2] It is claimed that this action “produced dramatic weight loss and improved health.”[3] Despite this, in November of the first year the crew decided to open a cache of emergency food supplies grown outside of the bubble to supplement their meager diets.[4]
Published works

Walford authored several books, and set out his dietary beliefs in the bestseller Beyond the 120-Year Diet. In addition, he published at least 340 scientific papers, mainly focused on the biology of aging.

Dr. Walford authored or co-authored the following books:[5]

Walford, R. L. (1960). Leukocyte Antigens and Antibodies. New York: Grune and Stratton, Inc..
Walford, R. L. (1969), "The Isoantigenic Systems of Human Leukocytes: Medical and Biological Significance", Series Haematologica 2 (Copenhagen: Munksgaard) 2: 1–96
Walford, R. L. (1969). The Immunological Theory of Aging. Copenhagen: Munksgaard.
Walford, R. L. (1983). Maximum Life Span. New York: W.W. Norton & Co.. ISBN 0-380-65524-1.
Walford, R. L. (1986). The 120-Year Diet. New York: Simon and Schuster. ISBN 0-671-64904-3.
Weindruch, R. H. and Walford, R. L. (1988). The Retardation of Aging and Disease by Dietary Restriction. New York: Charles C. Thomas.
Walford, R. L. and Walford, Lisa J. (1994). The Anti-Aging Plan. New York: Four Walls Eight Windows. ISBN 1-56924-383-2.
Walford, R. L. (2000). Beyond The 120-Year Diet. New York: Four Walls Eight Windows. ISBN 1-56858-157-2.

See also

Biosphere 2
Calorie restriction

References

^ http://www.walford.com/cvpic.htm
^ Turner, Christopher (2011-Spring). "Ingestion / Planet in a Bottle". Cabinet Magazine. Retrieved 2011-10-20.
^ Life Extension Magazine, October 2004, retrieved September 28, 2005
^ The Human Experiment: Two Years and Twenty Minutes Inside Bisophere 2. Poynter, p. 247.
^ Dr. Roy Walford: Gerontologist, Artist, Biospheran biography web page

External links

www.walford.com, Dr. Walford's web page
UCLA “In Memoriam, Roy Walford, M.D.” tribute page, retrieved September 28, 2005
"Sign Posts of Dr. Roy Walford", a full length documentary
also

http://www.walford.com/bio.htm


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Old 03-08-2012, 04:48 PM   #3
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I saw several programmes 30 years ago by leading gerontologist Professor Roy Walford practiced calorie restriction most of his life to extend his life as it does in mice in research studies but he only lived to be 79. I also read his books which were very interesting but was hugely disappointed that he died at 79 as his aim was to live for 120 which humans are capable of living too but rarely do.
Calorie restriction is one thing.

What that restriction is consisting of is probably of far more importance.

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Calorie restriction is one thing.

What that restriction is consisting of is probably of far more importance.

he fasted 2 days a week too.

I have been interested in this subject over 30 years now, obviously eating healthy and not over eating is obviously going to be healthy but my father was a health freak,interested in roy walford studies was very healthy did 50 mile bike rides a day up to a year before he died, but succumbed to cancer in 50s, still i guess he did live 10 years longer than they said he would as they gave him a year, he went downhill when he started radiation and 20 different drugs a day, my mother ate junk and is still alive, she looks very beautful and healthy as she is slim and well presented but she is not that healthy as she is on a lot of drugs and had heart surgery last year and also on thyroid meds.
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Damn! I already posted the same topic on here. Sorry about that Ooops

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Old 07-08-2012, 02:25 PM   #6
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The intermittent fasting meme is all over the place at the moment. Fasting has a spiritual role in ungrounding you and allowing your spirit to be less in the body. It shouldn't be a fad or 'healthy lifestyle'. I'm concerned tptb are promoting this as we approach 21-12-2012 to open us all up more to posession.
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I saw this, very rarely watch Television, it was absolutely appaling.
Carbohydrate restriction will give all the benefits of calorie restriction without the downsides, calorie restriction IS carbohydrate restriction with unnecessary fat and protein restriction.
The benefits of fasting have been shown to peak at 14-16 hrs.
The extreme restrictions and fasting he was doing will be very bad for his health and as a male over 50 with 27% bodyfat, he is going to lose vital muscle tissue first and end up drooling staring at a wall unable to lift his own bodyweight if he continues.
They also inferred a number of times that dietary fat was implicated in his metabolic derangement, fat is the only marconutrient that cannot affect insulin and they slipped in that he should be on a plant based diet , they must have meant avocadoes and coconut lol.
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