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Taylor Marks

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Taylor Marks is a certified holistic health coach and current student at The Institute of Culinary Education studying health supportive culinary arts. Her passions include making nourishing food taste and look delicious and guiding others towards feeling their best.

How A 50-Year-Old TV Anchor Gets It Done: Tamsen Fadal

What is it like to be a 50-year-old woman on television? What are the different societal expectations for men and women when it comes to aging? What are the benefits for a company to hire more employees in their midlife? How can we have more meaningful conversations...

How To Pivot to a New Career: Willie Banks, Three-Time Olympian

What is it like to be a three-time Olympian and hold the world record for 10 years? What is it like to then lose that title? How can we transition from one identity to another? How can we get out of our minds and into a flow...

Family History of Cancer? This Is What We Can Do: Dr. Donese Worden

What are the new tests for better and earlier cancer prevention? If we catch cancer cells early, is there a better chance of successful treatment? How does diet impact cancer? How do we properly get our bodies into ketosis? How does stress impact cancer? Dr. Donese Worden, with...

What Flatlining Taught Me: Will Henshall, Founder of Londonbeat

This week on the SuperAge podcast, we are joined by the inspiring Will Henshall. When Will flatlined in 2018, he had a 2% chance of living, and a 1% chance of surviving without any cognitive impairment. He defied the odds and is here to share his story...

Never Think About Music The Same Again: Freddie Ravel and Life In Tune

“I think music is a multitasking power tool to live a better life.”  Freddie Ravel, Grammy-nominated performer and keynote speaker, is using music to improve human potential. At his “Life In Tune” events, he uses the basic foundation of music: rhythm, melody, harmony, and score, to go beyond...

Mobility Will Save Your Life, Encore Episode: Dr. Vonda Wright

This week's SuperAge podcast episode is an encore episode with fan favorite guest, Dr. Vonda Wright. In this episode, Dr. Vonda Wright shares her insights on everything from the effects of exercise after 40, 50, and 60 to the benefits of foam rolling for recovery and performance...

Macros 101, Getting out of a Rut, David’s #1 Health Advice, Brain Health, & More: Ask David Stewart Anything

What are macronutrients and why should I pay attention to them? What is David’s #1 tip for better health? How do I get out of a rut? What do we need to know about menopause? Where should I travel now that things are opening back up? What...

The Longevity Anti-Cancer Diet, You Are Not Your DNA: Dr. Donese Worden

In this information-dense show, Dr. Worden tells us of her research with ketones and cancer, how we are not determined by our DNA, the medical need to treat the entire person not just the physical body, and the tests your doctor should be doing and probably is...

Loving Your Inner Polar Bear: The Health Benefits of Cold Temperature Exposure

We recently wrote about the benefits of heat therapy from sauna and steam room use. Another type of temperature therapy that can yield measurable benefits for our physical and mental well being is cold therapy. We have probably all used the cold shower trick to wake ourselves up when...

Hacking Our Health: Using Heat Therapy to Level Up Our Endurance, Muscle Recovery, and Brain Function

Here at AGEIST we are all about leveling up our health, mind, and body through proven health hacks. The current health hack that we are fascinated by is heat therapy, particularly saunas (dry and infrared) and steam rooms. Sitting in a hot room heated to 170 degrees F for...
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