29 Nov 150. Chris Mirabile On The Hallmarks Of Aging, Longevity, & NOVOS Innovations
Welcome Chris Mirabile, the Co-Founder & CEO of NOVOS, to the HNL Movement Podcast! This is an extremely informative episode about longevity and how to stay younger for longer. He shares his personal journey that led him to his passion in learning about biology and long-term health. He shares the life changing experience he went through at 15 years old, undergoing brain surgery to remove a tumor. Although he was always interested in health and fitness, this sparked his curiosity in wondering if the things he is doing right now is beneficial not only in the short-term, but in the long-term as well? And while digging deeper, the answer he often ran into was no, his practices were not good for his long-term health. Throughout the years, this led to searching for what practices and habits are beneficial in both the short-term and long-term. He is passionate about his lifelong endeavor to learn about longevity, as well as to pass on all the valuable information to help others in life.
As Chris began learning more, he started attending conferences, talking to researchers, and networking with experts in the field of longevity. This eventually led him to Co-found NOVOS, a consumer-focused longevity and biotechnology company. He shares so many gems and insights in this episode, and gives a well-explained overview of the 10 hallmarks of aging as listed below:
1. Mitochondrial Dysfunction
2. Cellular Senescence
3. Loss of Proteostasis
4. Altered Cellular Communication
5. Genomic Instability
6. Epigenetic Alterations
7. Telomere Shortening
8. Deregulated Nutrient Sensing
9. Stem Cell Exhaustion
Chris also dives into important concepts of biological age vs. chronological age and how reduce our risks of disease and health related issues. NOVOS strives to educate consumers and provide longevity innovations to the public. The take home message that he shares is it’s now possible to slow down or even reverse aspects of aging. Science of aging and longevity has exponentially grown in recent years and the future looks promising to help us stay younger for longer. Listen in and enjoy this informative episode!