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Are Perinatal Tissues a Missing Link in the Quest to Turn Back the Clock? – Episode 163

Join Dr. Jeffrey Gladden and Ian White in this episode of the Gladden Longevity Podcast. Dr. White is considered a leading expert in the field of aging and regenerative medicine, with 20 years of experience working with stem cells, regenerative cells, and tissue regeneration. Dr. White currently sits as the CEO and CSO of Neobiosis, LLC, a perinatal regenerative tissue research and manufacturing CDMO facility, and serves as the vice president and member of the board of directors of the American College of Regenerative Medicine. Dr. White is the co-founder of the Space-Aging Research Institute. In this episode, they talk about how aging in nature is optional, how many species are able to uncouple biological aging from chronological aging, and the need for the public to change their perception of longevity research if they want to see scientific advancements in their lifetime 

Listen to this episode to learn about making a hundred, the new thirty, and Living Young for a Lifetime!

Show Notes:

Dr. Gladden introduces Dr. Ian White and notes that Dr. White is the co-founder of the Space Aging Research Institute. (1:15) 

Ian gives an example of putting a young mouse and an old mouse together, the old mouse becomes younger, and the young mouse becomes older based on different markers of aging. (2:16) 

Ian talks about the progress of the work they are doing and how they have been able to identify over four hundred bioactive proteins that are secreted into the amniotic fluid. (5:42) 

Ian explains that there are many different types of RNA. (7:00) 

Ian mentions that DNA can last for millions of years. (9:00) 

Dr. Gladden asks Ian to run through how the process works. (11:25) 

Dr. Gladden wants to know how the fluids collected are being used. (13:10) 

Ian describes how sports people, celebrities, and people from all walks of life use the products to regain what they have lost due to injury or concussion. (14:55) 

Ian says that the biological structure of a human is very complex, and there can’t be one cure-all. (16:25) 

Ian speaks about how space is unexplored and how our physiology in relation to space is largely unexplored as well. (19:00) 

Ian emphasizes that since space travel is becoming more popular, they hope to have more short-term excursions to space. (21:45) 

Dr. Gladden shares that he expects senescence to accelerate up there on some level. (24:30) 

Dr. Gladden asks Ian to share which metrics are most impacted by the product use. (26:20) 

Ian reveals that a patient using the product got huge benefits, and her wounds got healed in six days instead of three months, as the doctors said. (28:04) 

Ian points out that the body does not seem to heal the heart when it’s wounded, as that may cause it to rupture. (30:50) 

Dr. Gladden questions Ian about his experience in areas related to using regenerative medicine for the heart and brain. (33:40) 

Ian details how to attract new nerve tissues using intramuscular injections. (37:45) 

Dr. Gladden wants to know what is next for Ian. (39:03) 

Ian states that in his book, he unifies physics, chemistry, and biology to find out what aging really is. (41:55) 

Ian clarifies that the reason we age is that we lose the ability to process entropy. (44:11) 

Ian thinks there is a connection between exiting the growth phase and entering the degenerative phase. (46:18) 

Ian highlights the importance of asking the right questions about aging. (48:12) 

Ian notes that eating a lot of sugar when you are young may make it more difficult to stay healthy as you get older.  (50:08) 

Ian advises that we start fighting aging early. (52:22) 

Dr. Gladden says this is a really fascinating conversation and that he really enjoyed it. (54:32) 

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