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The Live Long and Master Aging (LLAMA) podcast is a weekly series of extended, one-to-one interviews, about human longevity. Hosted by Peter Bowes, leading scientists share their latest research into living a long and healthy life. We delve into the clinical trials and challenge new ideas. We also feature some remarkable people who have already mastered the art of aging. Hear about their insights into growing old, without feeling old, and the secrets of their longevity.
 
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Mayla Yang, a Community Outreach Specialist with Trellis, will join host Ken Haglind on “Living Healthy and Aging Well” radio show to discuss the October 15th Kick Off to Medicare’s Open Enrollment Period and the valuable resources available to all Minnesotans as we all try to decipher the complexities of Medicare. Mayla will discuss the Senior Lin…
 
Wearable technology has evolved at a pace recently, making it possible to better understand how our bodies respond to food and exercise. A continuous glucose monitor (CGM) device provides real-time feedback, tracking blood sugar levels throughout the day and night. LLAMA host Peter Bowes has been wearing a CGM to learn more about my metabolism. It …
 
Real-time information about how our bodies respond to food and exercise is transforming preventative healthcare. Wearable technology provides immediate feedback during a workout and can collate and interpret complex data based on our food choices. One of the deepest dives into the inner workings of our metabolism is achieved through continuous gluc…
 
Terry Eggan, Senior Real Estate Specialist ® and his wife, Nancy Vest, join Ken Haglind on “Living Healthy and Aging Well” radio show to talk about their unique perspective on 55+ transitioning or downsizing after Terry sold his parents’ house and helped them move in with him and Nancy. Unexpectedly, Terry’s parents’ health declined, and before too…
 
It's often the little things that help us most. Enhancing our wellbeing and living better usually starts with baby steps. Small changes - you could call them lifestyle hacks - can make a big difference to both our physical and mental health. In our latest LLAMA LIVE! conversation, via @TwitterSpaces, we discussed the ways we can kickstart a healthi…
 
Dr. Jonathon Sullivan has spent much of his professional life treating patients on the brink of death. Working at a Level I trauma center he became familiar with medical conditions that claim lives far too early. But emergency medicine also helped the former US marine develop a deeper understanding of the human body and the reasons people get sick …
 
Harvey S. Perle, Principal of Perle & Co., a St. Paul, MN based Insurance Agency, is a Licensed Agent in Life, Health Insurance for all ages, Accident & Travel Insurance in the State of Minnesota. Harvey is also Certified in 9 brands of Medicare Carriers. Harvey will join Ken Haglind on the “Living Healthy and Aging Well” radio show to talk about p…
 
Healthspan - what is it and why is it important? This is our second LLAMA LIVE! - a Twitter Spaces conversation about human longevity. Host Peter Bowes chats with Dr. Jonathan Sullivan, owner and Clinical Director, Greysteel Strength and Conditioning Stefan Zavalin, a doctor of physical therapy and owner of Love to Move, a consulting company which …
 
Elizabeth Wright, Founder of The Moments, an award-winning specialty memory care and enhanced assisting living community in Lakeville, Minnesota joins host Ken Haglind on “Living Healthy and Aging Well” radio show to discuss their 60-suite campus expansion and the state-of-the-art technology and services they use to keep their residents safe and he…
 
This is our first LLAMA LIVE! episode - a Twitter Spaces conversation about human longevity, healthspan and lessons learned from Covid-19. Dr. Felice Gersh, an integrative medicine specialist, based in Irvine, California, joined Peter Bowes for a live discussion, earlier today. The conversation, published here as a podcast, covers children and Covi…
 
Mineral deficiencies can have a crippling impact on our everyday health and vitality, as well as long term implications for healthspan. The food we eat and the environments we live in, play a critical role in maintaining a delicate balance of chemicals that sustain life. But even the most ideal-sounding diet can fall short of providing an essential…
 
Developing a health strategy to navigate the decades ahead can be a daunting task. In fact, many people focus on their wellbeing only when ill health strikes and an intervention is needed to tackle sickness. Jim LaValle, a California-based clinical pharmacist, health educator and the author of Cracking the Metabolic Code: 9 Keys to Optimal Health, …
 
What if we all had a personal, digital avatar to guide and nurture our lives, as we pursue a long healthspan? The concept, in a world of personalized medicine, could become a reality, according to future-thinker and longevity entrepreneur Dmitry Kaminskiy. The London-based investor and co founder of the UK All Party Parliamentary group for Longevit…
 
There are some people who just never seem to get any older. Whether it be their appearance or mental attitude, the passage of time eludes them. How do they do it? There are myriad explanations; our genes, physical and dietary lifestyles, mindset and perhaps an element of luck. The truth is that all these factors - and many others - likely play a ro…
 
Kerri Johnson, Founder and CEO of GOMO Travel, joins host Ken Haglind on “Living Healthy and Aging Well” radio show to share her vision that no obstacle should stand in the way of a person traveling where they need or want to go. GOMO Travel, founded in 2019, is a Florida-based, concierge-style assisted travel company providing service both domesti…
 
In a world where we are bombarded with health advice, it is easy to feel lost in a sea of unverified information. From dietary supplementation to exercise, we are inundated with suggestions, hard-sell advertisements and sometimes peer pressure, to take up one regime or another. LLAMA’s advice is simple; consult your primary care doctor or healthcar…
 
Kevin Spanbauer, CEO and Co-Founder of Edwards RideCare, joins host Ken Haglind on “Living Healthy and Aging Well” radio show to talk about his unique rideshare service that is setting a new standard of service and safety for senior transportation. For more information visit www.EdwardsRideCare.com or call 800-674-9816.…
 
Rose Arbor and Wildflower Lodge’s Executive Director Jill Wippler and Sales Director Terry Collins join host Ken Haglind on “Living Healthy and Aging Well” to inform and delight audiences talking about the benefits and challenges of senior living. The community of 39 Memory Care and 91 Assisted Living or Independent Living apartments is nestled in …
 
If only we could detect all life threatening diseases before symptoms occur and early enough to reverse the course of those conditions. We are on the cusp of being able to achieve that. Significant, recent developments, in the field of genomic testing, mean that scientists are able to pinpoint the warning signs for some major degenerative illnesses…
 
Melissa Spiess, a board-certified music therapist, joins Ken Haglind on radio show “Living Healthy and Aging Well” to share information about Living Spirit Therapy Services, LLC which was founded in 2008 to increase access to high quality music therapy services in the Twin Cities Metro Area. Living Spirit Therapy Services believes in the inherent p…
 
The power of food - plants in particular - to help us optimize our health and potential longevity can not be underestimated. Indeed nature itself is arguably the most powerful tool we have to thwart disease and the ravages of the aging process. Dr. Nora Khaldi is the founder of Nuritas, a Dublin based biotechnology company that's pursuing a theory …
 
Jennie Hoglund, a Certified Classical Homeopath, joins host Ken Haglind on radio show “Living Healthy and Aging Well” to discuss the benefits of Homeopathy. Jennie has a passion for bringing holistic health and healing to the world. Jennie’s life changed dramatically when she found relief from chronic fatigue and brain fog with Homeopathy, and she …
 
Finding the most effective workout and diet regime, with the goal of getting fit and lean, is, for many, the ultimate challenge. Even elite athletes struggle as they strive to achieve their peak level of performance. Jon Pearlman, a former #1 singles player for the Harvard tennis team, learned through personal experience that athletic prowess does …
 
Jessica Hausauer, Executive Director of Minnesota Network of Hospice & Palliative Care, joins host Ken Haglind on “Living Health and Aging Well” radio show to talk about the benefits of preparing for aging, serious illness, and death and to share information about palliative care and hospice. Minnesota Network of Hospice & Palliative Care strives t…
 
Making exercise a daily routine, from childhood, could be the key to preventing or slowing down some of the diseases of old age. Multiple studies have demonstrated the efficacy of physical activity, in improving cognitive health, throughout the human lifespan. Jenny Etnier is a professor of sport and exercise psychology in the Department of Kinesio…
 
We are all used to feeling younger than our years and occasionally older than our birth date would suggest. In effect, we have two ages - chronological and biological. Chronological age simply states the number of years that we have been alive, whereas biological age is a measure of how well our bodies are performing, in relation to the rest of the…
 
Joe Del Vecchio, multiple franchise owner with Aerus and based in Eau Claire, Wisconsin serving throughout the Midwest, and Shannon Benson, senior air quality specialist with Aerus and based in Minnesota, join host Ken Haglind on “Living Healthy and Aging Well” radio show to talk about latest developments in air purification technology. Aerus is a …
 
Some of the world's healthiest people spend little or no time pondering their propensity to live a long life. They just do it. Their lifestyles are a model for longevity. There is much we can learn from these vibrant populations, in countries such as Italy, India, Japan, and (even) parts of the United States. In this episode of the LLAMA podcast wi…
 
Mikaela Bettinger, Community Health Worker at M Health Fairview, joins host Ken Haglind on “Living Healthy and Aging Well” radio show to share her role as a CHW and how she supports the needs of patients. A CHW serves as a liaison between health/social services and the community to promote access to resources and improve health outcomes. Learn more…
 
The science of aging is so infinitely fascinating that Dr. Sandra Kaufmann decided to immerse herself in the field, as a hobby. A pediatric anesthesiologist from Florida, Dr. Kaufmann, is also an athlete who manages to fit swimming, running and rock climbing around her busy hospital schedule. Determined to enjoy physical activity for as long as pos…
 
Julie Hamilton, President and owner of Senior Communities Guide, joins host Ken Haglind on “Living Healthy and Aging Well” radio show to share how to find the best senior housing and care in Minnesota by using Senior Communities Guide’s powerful search to filter communities by location, budget, care and amenities. The online guide has over 2,000 co…
 
Embracing science and a holistic approach to living a healthier life, has been a hallmark of the Swiss spa-clinic, Clinique La Prairie (CLP), for the past ninety years. Known for its signature treatment, cellular therapy, the medical center opened in 1931, under the guidance of Dr Paul Niehans, an early expert in the field. Today, CLP melds cutting…
 
The art of growing old, gracefully and purposefully, preferably in rude health, is unique to us all. The journey, with its many twists and turns, involves myriad emotions, adventures and challenges. But Kathleen O'Brien says the process has been somewhat hijacked by society's growing disrespect for the elderly. In her book, Reclaim Your Right To Gr…
 
Dr. Kristy Brecke, licensed therapist with a doctorate in Marriage and Family Therapy and Lisa Jensen, a Certified Licensed Massage Therapist are owners of Integrative Therapy Group located in Eagan, Minnesota and they join host Ken Haglind to talk about when we address the body’s health as a whole we see greater success and can transition from a r…
 
There has been "spectacular" progress in recent years in the understanding and treatment of Alzheimer's. The progressive disease, which is the most common cause of dementia, a late-in-life decline in memory and cognitive ability, afflicts 50 million people around the world. Taking family members and other carers into account, that number increases …
 
Turning fifty can be a wrenching experience for some people. Others discover that it is their sixtieth birthday that conjures up disturbing emotions. There is no doubt that big birthdays focus the mind on the aging process and what is often described as a midlife crisis. But should we fear the passage of time? Lisa Levine is a life coach and the au…
 
Carolyn Kinzel, Founder and President of Brighter Days Family Grief Center, joins host Ken Haglind to share about this unique nonprofit organization that offers comprehensive support for families grieving the death or terminal diagnosis of a beloved family member. As the only Family Grief Center in the state of Minnesota, Brighter Days prides itsel…
 
Living life to the full, at any age, has been a challenge recently. To put it mildly. But if Covid has taught us anything, it is that some of life's simplest pleasures are what make life itself worth living. Therein lies a metaphor for healthy aging. Physical fitness, social contact and an active mind go a long way towards helping us live longer an…
 
Cracking the code behind aging has long since fascinated, frustrated and captivated scientists. In our quest to live longer and better, a desire to fully understand the mechanisms that explain how and why we grow old, has been central to longevity research. In recent years some significant progress has been made. A clearer picture is emerging of th…
 
Baby boomers make up a significant portion of the world's population. In the US and the UK the generation born between 1946 and 1964 represents about a fifth of all people and is a hugely influential group. So what's it like to be a boomer in 2021? Many are still working, physically active and important contributors to the economy. Others are retir…
 
Amy Horne, licensed Acupuncturist, and owner of Blue Branches Acupuncture in Bloomington is excited to join host Ken Haglind to share the power of acupuncture and how it works with western medicine to create the highest outcomes for her patients. Combining ancient wisdom and modern technology, Amy works with her patients to meet them wherever they …
 
Why do we rush to the refrigerator during commercial breaks, while watching television? Are we really hungry or does TV fuel our addiction to foods that we know are bad for us? "Without your agreement at all, you're doing what we call the robot walk or the zombie walk to the kitchen to get something to eat," says Joan Ifland, Ph.D., author of the t…
 
Christine Maxwell, co-owner with her husband Kurt, of The Maxwell House, an adult foster care home for gentlemen in Rosemount Minnesota, join host Ken Haglind to talk about their residential group home and the specialized care services they provide to single men. For more information visit www.maxwellhousecare.com or call 651-332-2159.…
 
At the age of eighty-one, Jean Ketcham is looking forward to sky diving again, when the pandemic is over. The co-founder of Aging But Dangerous, an international women's movement promoting active, healthy aging, is on a mission to empower women over fifty to live their lives to the full. When Jean retired, she and her friend, C. Suzanne Bates, real…
 
Jennifer Foster is a Bioenergetic Health Coach and Traditional Naturopath, and she joins host Ken Haglind to discuss Bioenergetics and Functional Terrain Assessments. Jennifer was a professional ballroom dance champion who dealt with chronic fatigue and digestive issues. After finding better answers than just taking vitamins and being on medication…
 
If you're a fast walker, you're likely to live longer. The correlation between walking speed and lifespan has been widely studied and is a good indicator of our general physical condition and the number of years that we are able to enjoy optimum health. "It is a wonderful predictor," says, Dr. Cliff Bleustein, Global President and CEO of AposHealth…
 
Traci Schabert, Director of Housing and Jill Moy, Director of Health Services at Flourish Senior Living in Golden Valley, Minnesota join host Ken Haglind to talk about person-centered care and how to help your loved one transition into a senior community. Traci & Jill have a combined 37 years of experience working in health care and in senior livin…
 
Nutritional supplementation is one of the most frequently raised topics in relation to longevity and healthy living. But do we really need additional components in our diet, such as pterostilbene , sulforaphane and resveratrol? Scientifically validated studies suggest some dietary supplements are beneficial to our health, but how do we decide which…
 
Cognitive decline is an all-too-familiar hallmark of age-related diseases, such as Alzheimer's and Parkinson's. While there is much research that focuses exclusively on functional changes in the brain, the so-called gut-brain axis - a connection between the digestive system and the central nervous system - also appears to play a pivotal role. It ra…
 
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