“She just might be a pioneer!” Oprah Winfrey
On the last several shows we have spent time talking with many thought leaders and experts on different levels the biologic architecture of the health and aging process. We’ve spent some time talking about the genome, the microbiome, systems biology, tissue engineering, and we’ve dabbled a bit in some more esoteric area of quantum biology, chronobiology, and even the hydro-dynamic of aspects life.
One of my main goals as I’ve been speaking to each of these amazing folks, is to help them get their stories “out there” – to generate excitement around topics like pending treatments for Alzheimer’s, or cancer, or heart disease, which may not always show up as the most “trending” of topics in the Twitter or Instagram feeds, but which hold tremendous potential for the coming near future of radically extended health and lifespans, and elimination of biological aging.
Today we have a guest that has done probably the most comprehensive job over the past few decades in bridging these two worlds, in taking the topics of health and wellness and aging, and making them fun, and exciting, and engaging, much more so than one typically finds in a university laboratory meeting or venture capitalist board room.
I’m joined today by none other than the one and only Ms. Suzanne Somers: actress, author, singer, businesswoman, and health spokesperson.
Ms. Somers appeared for 5 seasons in the television role of Chrissy Snow on the top-10, American sitcom hit Three’s Company, which became a worldwide sensation, not to mention the shows Step by Step, She’s the Sheriff, Candid Camera, the broadway one-woman show The Blonde in the Thunderbird, the talk shows Suzanne Somers Breaking Through and The Suzanne Show, and Dancing with the Stars.
In addition to her acting career, Ms. Somers is a multiple-bestselling author; having written 26 books including 14 New York Times bestsellers, including Sexy Forever, Ageless, TOX-Sick; I’m Too Young For This!; Suzanne Somers’ Eat Great, Lose Weight; The Sexy Years, Two’s Company: A Fifty-Year Romance with Lessons Learned in Love, Life & Business(about her relationship with her husband Alan Hamel, prominent is entertainer, producer and television host), and most recently A New Way to Age: The Most Cutting-Edge Advances in Antiaging.
In addition to her acting and writing careers, Ms. Somers has also become a prominent longevity advocate speaking at events like the RAAD Fest (The Revolution Against Aging and Death conference organized by the Coalition for Radical Life Extension), as well as events organized by the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine (A4M) and the Life Extension Foundation.
Today we will hear from Ms. Somers:
How she became interested in health, wellness, and aging, and why she has dedicated her career to being an advocate. Her interest in Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement. Her interest in natural products. What future areas of anti-aging research she most excited about. The importance of connectivity, relationships, and family in staying healthy and young.
Credits: Ira Pastor interview video, text, and audio.
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If you liked this interview, be sure to check out our interview with Bill Faloon, Director and Co-Founder, Life Extension Foundation (LEF) and Founder of The Church Of Perpetual Life.
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