Dr Ron Rosedale – The Critical Connection Between Protein, Cancer, Aging and TOR

Dr Ron Rosedale looks at the importance of mTOR in cancer and aging and argues for the restriction of both protein and carbohydrates as we age.

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Presentation slides are available here to download in PDF format

Dr Rosdale is an Internationally known expert in nutritional and metabolic medicine and is with one of the founding fathers of the modern low-carb, high-fat, ketogenic diet community.

Dr Rosedale is a pioneer in applying concepts based on the biology of aging to reversing diabetes and heart disease through a nutritional approach that he developed to improve the cell function. His classic 2004 book ‘The Rosedale Diet’ outlines the key nutritional approach that has become a standard bearer for the healthy way to doing a low-carb diet successfully.

Dr Rosedale was founder of the Rosedale Center, co-founder of the Colorado Center for Metabolic Medicine (Boulder, CO USA) and founder of the Carolina Center of Metabolic Medicine (Asheville, NC). Through these centers, he has helped thousands suffering from so-called incurable diseases to regain their health.

As a keynote speaker, he has appeared before such prestigious groups as the Eighth Congressional International Medical Conference on Molecular Medicine, the First European Conference on Longevity Medicine and Quality of Life, and many more. He has also been a guest on numerous national radio and television news shows.

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  • tkent26

    “Health span” vs. lifespan. It’s possible that protein-restriction in humans increases lifespan. But eating more protein in the here and now increases health and quality of life in the here and now, especially for the elderly who need to preserve muscle mass, bone density, and overall mobility.

  • Jord

    osteoperosis and sarcopenia is caused by the body “looking for sugar” when you sleep, and drawing protein from muscles and bones?

    is he serious?

    Why do people give this clown a stage to promote this nonsense?

    First it was insulin… then it was leptin.. now it’s “protein causes cancer”!
    Gotta keep fresh, a new angle, keep people listening right?

    • Raisin Tooth

      Did you have an evidence-based rebuttal for the Dr.’s presentation or did you just want to complain about not liking what you watched?