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Living a long time is appealing, but only if the extra years can be healthy ones. Dr. Mark Liponis, medical director of the Canyon Ranch Resorts, says paying attention to the immune system can make a big difference. We discuss his thesis that managing the immune system to keep it from becoming overactive can slow down the aging process. He shares his seven steps for a healthier life—and we find out what barnyard animals have to do with it. Guest: Mark Liponis, MD, Corporate Medical Director of Canyon Ranch Resorts and author of UltraLongevity: The Seven-Step Program for a Younger, Healthier You. His previous book, with Dr. Mark Hyman, was Ultraprevention. Click here to download our podcast.
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I am a long time devoted listener, but was disappointed by the show of 2/23/08 covering Dr Liponis' book dealing with Ultra Aging. After providing the first 6 steps, which were largely unproven, general heath tips, you left only 40 seconds to cover the 7th step which was the only one of a scientifically based, technical nature. You mentioned 1 or 2 supplements then said "buy the book". It had the feel of a cheap infomercial and was not your finest hour.

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