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Erin Sharoni Discusses How to Delay Aging

In this 20-minute interview, Erin Sharoni, co-founder of Juvicell, discusses lifestyle approaches and a supplement to help delay aging.
Erin Sharoni Discusses How to Delay Aging
Erin Sharoni of Juvicell discusses how we might delay aging
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Erin Sharoni Discusses How to Delay Aging

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In addition to our interviews with Dr. David Sinclair and Dr. Terrie Moffitt in Show 1263, we also spoke recently with Erin Sharoni. In this conversation, the entrepreneur (co-founder of Juvicell) discusses the importance of epigenetics. She also addresses the evidence on several of the ingredients in the Juvicell supplement and describes some simple approaches that may help delay aging. 

Lifestyle Approaches to Delay Aging:

We thought that this additional perspective would be of interest. You may not be surprised to learn that Erin recommends getting enough sleep and regular exercise.  In addition, she suggests intermittent fasting and following a predominantly plant-based diet. We don’t know whether any of these practices will actually delay aging, as the research evidence is not yet available. However, we are confident that all of them will help you stay healthy. 

The Guest:

Erin Sharoni is an entrepreneur and cofounder of Juvicell. The company produces a multi-ingredient longevity supplement. We have no financial interest in her company. Erin is also a Master’s degree candidate in Biology at Harvard University, having focused her thesis on epigenetics.

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About the Author
Terry Graedon, PhD, is a medical anthropologist and co-host of The People’s Pharmacy radio show, co-author of The People’s Pharmacy syndicated newspaper columns and numerous books, and co-founder of The People’s Pharmacy website. Terry taught in the Duke University School of Nursing and was an adjunct assistant professor in the Department of Anthropology. She is a Fellow of the Society of Applied Anthropology. Terry is one of the country's leading authorities on the science behind folk remedies. .
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