I’ve been following David Sinclair’s work for quite a while now through podcasts, articles, etc. But this book is a comprehensive overview of all of his findings organized into an easy to follow format that reads less like a scientific paper and more like a novel on the history of aging and longevity study.
I was initially concerned that the book would be too technical in nature, but it’s not. David does an excellent job using analogies and examples in real life that make difficult biological concepts easier to understand.
The book is divided into three sections: What We Know, What We’re Learning, and Where We’re Going. It’s a fascinating look into the history of longevity research, the tools that are currently available to us including lifestyle changes, and the exciting future possibilities ahead for all humankind.
This is one of the best, if not the best book currently on longevity research. Highly recommended to anyone curious on the topic.