The author has a book he's trying to sell, so this probably needs to be viewed cautiously. But it probably shouldn't be, at least for now, ignored, either.
Apparently, there's not a heck of a lot you can do except stay away from people who have it.
Rumors persist that Amazon wants to enter health care big time. I say bring it on.
"A strange diet is designed to slow aging by mimicking fasting — but you can eat normally most of the time"
Of course a lot more testing on a lot more people needs to be done. But still, it's an interesting idea.
More: "He wants to sell you a $300 ‘fasting diet’ to prolong your life. It might not be as crazy as it sounds."
Developed at the University of Connecticut, give it 13 pieces of information and it purports to tell you how many years of healthy life you have left.
I've posted before that medicine now seems to find that many modern maladies are related to either bad gut bacteria or to inflammation. Guess what? The two could well be related!
I've always thought sobriety has a lot to recommend it.
Aka "We're never going to be happy".
For a look at one recent paper whose conclusion is yet another reason why food "deserts" are busted, see "Political Incorrect Paper of the Day: Food Deserts".
Some of the ways medicine has progressed recently are just great.
It's the way I'd bet unless our fearless trustbusters go after Amazon.