Eternity Soup: Inside the Quest to End Aging

  • Title: Eternity Soup: Inside the Quest to End Aging
  • Author: Greg Critser
  • ISBN: 9780307407900
  • Page: 401
  • Format: Hardcover
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    The information presented is by someone with a lot of common sense and a healthy sense of humor.

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    1. Eternity Soup is an interesting overview of the theories of aging (cell damage due to free radicals, programmed cell death, etc.) and the various efforts to extend the human lifespan (calorie restriction, hormone replacement, and others). Though medical advances have increased the average human lifespan it has done little to change the length.Critser takes a realistic look at the science and quackery surrounding the field of life extension. Though I think he gives some of the theories a bit more [...]

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    2. This book is an interesting and humorous exploration of the science and quackery associated with anti-aging. Several broad themes are investigated; caloric restriction, hormone therapy, animal research (mostly with mice), engineering and gerontology. Almost all of the content of this book is based on first-hand interviews with the scientists (and quacks) working in the field of anti-aging. The author attended countless symposia, workshops, and conferences on the subject. Read this book if you en [...]

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    3. A very good book that tells scientific knowledge apart from myth and pseudoscience.

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    4. Overall this is a very well-researched book. There are parts, like the section on lab animals in Book Three, that I feel drag on a bit too long out of the interest of the author rather than necessity. But it's an educational and enlightening read.

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    5. Good info, spoiled by bouts of small-mindednessOn the whole, the material is covered well and interestingly. But it's a shame the author didn't have the courage to fully follow the logic of the remarkable potential he rightly noticed for the engineering approach to healthy life extension.

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    6. Started to read this book and wish I'd had time to finish between work and play practice/performances in July. Will get it again and finish! Good food for thought on anti aging movement. (I am still proud of every gray hair on my head!)

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    7. Interesting read. Informative

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    8. A good overview. Lacking much thought on environmental and philosophical effect.

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    9. Sounded interesting but wasn't so I gave up towards the end.

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    10. Interesting - but not in-depth. The author didn't seem to do much research of his own, and his mocking attitude toward the A4M wasn't warranted.

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