Why Lifestyle is the Key to Longevity With Dr. David Katz
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The Founding Director of Yale University's Yale-Griffin prevention research center, Dr. David Katz, joins our hosts, Dr. Gil Blender and Ashley Reaver, to discuss the importance of a healthy lifestyle in increasing longevity.

  • We need to prioritize prevention in healthcare. A more preventative approach to health could help postpone and even prevent severe conditions from developing. 
  • There are many benefits of adopting better lifestyle habits. According to Dr. Katz, lifestyle is the key to vitality and longevity. 
  • Poor diet choices lead to weight gain and chronic disease development such as diabetes and obesity. It's essential to eat real, not processed food and drink water regularly.

Being healthy is not just about consuming vegetables and avoiding processed foods. It's a lifestyle. Our podcast guest says that lifestyle is a medicine that prevents chronic diseases from developing. You are what you eat, what you do, and what you drink. 

Dr. David Katz is the Founding Director of Yale University's Yale-Griffin prevention research center, a CDC-funded clinical research lab he ran for 21 years. He's also the Founder and currently the Chief Executive Officer of Diet ID, an API intended to disrupt current processes for dietary intake, goal setting, and nutritional coaching. He's joined the advisory board of InsideTracker to help people optimize their bodies using science and technology.

In this episode of the Longevity by Design podcast, Dr. Katz discusses the endless benefits of healthy living. If you want to hear why diet quality is critical and what we can do to promote better eating habits, tune in to the latest episode of the podcast to find out more.

To learn more and download InsideTracker's InnerAge eBook, visit: https://info.insidetracker.com/podcast

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