"The eye introduces man to the world, the ear introduces the world to man." - Lorenz Oken
The podcast scene is growing rapidly. Sometimes serious, sometimes cheerful, sometimes quite sober, people talk about their lives or their field of expertise, usually in discourse with a second person. Podcasts give researchers a mouthpiece beyond books and technical articles, and they open doors to interested people at home. Podcasts can be provocative, educational, profound or moving, but they are certainly never free. Moreover, compared to books, they are in most cases free of charge and available digitally. You can listen to the voices and opinions of experts and keep your finger on the pulse of knowledge on your way to work, on the bus, during sports or when you have a few quiet minutes.
On this page we have linked selected longevity podcasts from the field of longevity and health maintenance, which are currently (still) only available in English. However, the page is constantly being updated and expanded so that you don't miss anything - especially not the first German-language longevity podcast. Well, up with the volume and down with the knowledge deficit!
Disclaimer: Access to the podcasts is provided altruistically. We have no cooperation with Spotify, Apple Podcasts or the scientists mentioned, nor do we receive any click-based commission.
Healthy & Healthy - Live better and longer
"Healthy & Healthy - Live Better and Longer" is the podcast for prevention, longevity and future medicine. *** With preventive physician Prof. Dr. Thomas Kurscheid, geriatric researcher Dr. Dr. Dominik Duscher and neurophysiologist and digital health expert Dr. Gerd Wirtz. *** The podcast explains the latest developments in medicine and educates on how we can live longer while staying healthy as we age. *** Every 14 days. Sundays from 6 o'clock.
Lifespan with Dr David Sinclair (English)
Lifespan with Dr. David Sinclair is a new podcast by world-renowned aging researcher David Sinclair, Ph.D. Dr. Sinclair is Professor of Genetics and Co-Director of the Center for Biology and Aging Research at Harvard Medical School. Together with Matthew D. LaPlante, Lifespan co-author and professor of journalistic writing at Utah State University, Sinclair discusses topics such as the science behind ageing and interventions to slow and even reverse it.
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Huberman Lab (English)
The Huberman Lab Podcast discusses neuroscience: how our brain and its connections with the organs of our body control our perception, behaviour and health. It also discusses existing and emerging tools for measuring and changing how our nervous system works. Dr Andrew Huberman is a professor of neurobiology and ophthalmology at Stanford School of Medicine. His lab studies neural regeneration, neuroplasticity and brain states such as stress, concentration, anxiety and optimal performance. Special episodes on the topic of longevity are attached.
FoundMyFitness by Dr Rhonda Patrick PhD (English)
Dr Rhonda Patrick PhD has a talent for translating complex scientific topics into understandable words in her videos, podcasts and articles. Dedicated to the pursuit of longevity and optimal health, she shares the latest research on nutrition, ageing and disease prevention with her podcast audience.
Their motto: promoting strategies to increase health, well-being, cognitive and physical performance through a deeper understanding of biology.
Read more at: https://www.foundmyfitness.com/episodes
The Doctor's Farmacy with Dr Mark Hyman (English)
Dr Mark Hyman is an American family doctor and best-selling author. He sees food as medicine to support longevity, energy, mental clarity, happiness and much more. He is an internationally recognised figure in the field of functional medicine. The Doctor's Farmacy podcast is a place for deep conversations about the critical issues of our time in health, wellness, nutrition and politics.
His motto: Food isn't like medicine, it is medicine, and it's our number one tool for creating the vibrant health we deserve.
Read more at: https://drhyman.com/blog/category/podcasts/