Describes the diet in terms of cytoplasm replacement rates and their implications for counter-acting protein aggregate accumulation.
When maturation and completion fail
Discusses protein cycling in perspective versus the other diseases characteristic of aging emphasizing the importance of weight reduction when indicated.
Discusses specific mechanisms the cell uses to achieve longevity.
Discusses how the specific diseases, Huntington’s, ALS, prion diseases, Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and others relate to autophagy induction
Discusses the general mechanisms the cell uses to achieve longevity and its reasons for doing so.
Discusses the mechanism by which the cell recycles its constituents and clears out protein aggregates.
Discusses chronic infectious diseases that may be helped by autophagy induction
Presents the protein content of common foods and the difficulties in creating low-protein meals.
Discusses how autophagy induction may have been an every-day phenomenon in human history.