THE ITALIAN LIFESTYLE OF

PROF. VALTER LONGO

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Valter

   PROF. VALTER LONGO     Dr. Longo is recognized as a global leader in aging and nutrition. With more than 106 peer reviewed publications in journals like Science, Nature, Cell, JAMA, Circulation, Cancer Cell, Journal of Translational Medicine, etc.   FACEBOOK

PROF. VALTER LONGO

Dr. Longo is recognized as a global leader in aging and nutrition. With more than 106 peer reviewed publications in journals like Science, Nature, Cell, JAMA, Circulation, Cancer Cell, Journal of Translational Medicine, etc. FACEBOOK

      THE LONGEVITY DIET :    The internationally renowned, clinically tested, revolutionary diet program to lose weight, fight disease, and live a longer, healthier life.  MORE    

 

THE LONGEVITY DIETThe internationally renowned, clinically tested, revolutionary diet program to lose weight, fight disease, and live a longer, healthier life. MORE
 

 
  Prof. Valter Longo is Professor of Gerontology at University of Southern California and   the Founder of   CREATE CURE FOUNDATION  , a non-profit organization whose goal is to promote creativity in science and medicine . . .   MORE

Prof. Valter Longo is Professor of Gerontology at University of Southern California and the Founder of CREATE CURE FOUNDATION, a non-profit organization whose goal is to promote creativity in science and medicine . . . MORE

Originally from Genoa, Italy, Dr. Longo grew up in Molochio, Calabria, one of the small towns in Italy known for its incredible longevity. He goes back every year to discover the secret of longevity.

TOO MUCH PROTEIN COULD LEAD TO EARLY DEATH,
STUDY SAYS.

FOR LONGEVITY, EAT PLANTS, REDUCE PROTEINS AND TRY "FASTING MIMICKING DIET"-
Dr. Longo and his team found that individuals aged 50–65 years who reported eating a high-protein diet (with more than 20 percent of their calories coming from protein) were four times more likely to die of cancer or diabetes.   He
says many middle-aged Americans, along with an increasing number of people around the world, are eating twice and sometimes three times as much protein as they need. “The best change would be to lower the daily intake of all proteins, but especially animal-derived proteins.”