With the vast amounts of literature published on Longevity, we are continuously highlighting books that stand out and best represent the sector.

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The Science and Technology of Growing Young

Sergey Young

Technological and scientific innovation in the field of aging mean this trend will continue. Growing Young offers a clear overview of how humankind is looking at the possibility of living to 200 years old. In The Science and Technology of Growing Young, industry investor and insider Sergey Young demystifies the longevity landscape, cutting through the hype and showing readers what they can do now to live better for longer, and offering a look into the exciting possibilities that await us. By viewing aging as a condition that can be cured, we can dramatically revolutionize the field of longevity and make it accessible for everyone.

Lifespan: Why We Age—and Why We Don't Have To

Dr. David A. Sinclair

A great introduction to the past, present and future of longevity research, written by one of the world authorities on genetics and aging. Dr. David Sinclair reveals some of the most significant breakthroughs in the longevity field but also emphasizes that simple lifestyle changes—such as intermittent fasting, better sleep, the right diet, and exercise are the foundation and the road map to our healthy longevity.

Live Longer with AI

Tina Woods

The book is a scientifically-backed exploration on how technology can help us understand the interconnectedness of human and planet’s health, equiping us with knowledge to deal with the future better and live our best lives in a post-Covid-19 world. After reading insightful interviews with some of today's brightest and most innovative thought leaders at the crossroads of health, technology and society, you will discover how AI is accelerating our understanding of aging and can help us keep healthy across our life course - moving away from sick care to well-being. The author describes how AI is changing the way we understand the determinants of health and why the solutions for living longer are linked to living greener.

Why We Sleep

Dr. Matthew Walker

Professor Matthew Walker, Director of UC Berkeley’s Sleep and Neuroimaging Lab and a leading scientific expert reveals his groundbreaking exploration of sleep. He explains how we can harness sleep to improve our cognitive health and learning, regulate hormones, prevent cancer, Alzheimer’s, and diabetes, as well as slow the effects of aging and increase longevity. Did you know that routinely sleeping less than six or seven hours a night increases your risk of cancer by 50 percent. Sleep is one of the most underrated health strategies and this book is one of the best resources of information out there to optimize your sleep.

The Longevity Paradox

Dr. Steven Gundry

The Longevity Paradox puts the desire to live longer side by side with the dreaded fear of age-related diseases and points to the microbiome button that enables a seamless transition into a “ripe old age”. Dr. Gundry lays out an approach to aging through a nutritional lifestyle plan that focuses on coddling our internal microorganisms - this knowledge having been acquired from his experience as a surgeon for decades.

Mitochondria and the Future of Medicine

Dr. Lee Know

Mitochondria are the “energy factory” of our body. Their job is to process oxygen and convert substances from the foods we eat into energy. Mitochondria produce 90 percent of the energy our body needs to function. This book by Lee Know provides a great base to understanding how our mitochondria work, and how it is possible to add years to our lives and life to our years by understanding the process. What is the connection between mitochondrial health and aging? Why does cancer develop? What is the connection between heart or kidney failure and Alzheimer's disease or dementia? Can we extend life span, and if so, how? What is the importance of physical activity in mitochondrial health?

The China Study

Dr. T. Colin Campbell

Based on one of the largest international health studies ever conducted; the relationship between diet and the issues of heart disease, diabetes, and cancer is clearly defined. Common knowledge handed down through generations of lobby groups, governments and nongovernmental bodies has led to a preponderance of misinformation which this book dispels. Through the data gathered in this extensive study, Drs. Colin and Thomas M Campbell II (father and son) untangle misconceptions, erroneous information, and health myths through medically backed and tested evidence of the benefits of plant-based diets and highlight their positive impact on the diseases mentioned previously. As the science behind this book is continuously revised and expanded - the reader is given the most up-to-date information on today’s ever-growing awareness of plant-based nutrition.


Dr. John B. Arden

An exploration of the ways the immune system, epigenetics, affect regulation, and attachment intersect in mental health. Dr. John Arden believes integration between healthcare and psychotherapy is the only path toward optimal health in the 21st Century. An insightful introduction on how successful psychotherapy and the modification of feedback loops can support and promote the reregulation of immune system functions, nutrition, microbiome (gut bacteria), sleep, physical inactivity, emotion and stress management.

The Longevity Code

Dr. Kris Verburgh

The Longevity Code brings us up close and personal into the latest science and technology used to dampen and even reduce the issue of aging. Dr Verburgh’s thorough understanding of the latest research in longevity makes these complex subjects easily digestible for nonscientific readers.

World Medicine

Dr. Dietrich Gronemeyer

World Medicine takes us far beyond conventional medicine to explore the inner circles of healers and shamans in the regions of alternative medicines. Dr. Gronemeyer encapsulates his travels around the world for the reader and highlights the wealth of resources that can be found in herbs, meditation, to traditional Chinese medicine, and beyond.

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