Mapping Autophagy with Dr. Jeffrey Bland #90
In today’s episode Dr. Jeffrey Bland shares his wisdom on the factors that impact cellular repair and renewal, a process known as autophagy. Autophagy is an indicator of long-term health and optimal function and in turn, has many determinants, from the modifiable lifestyle factors to key biomarkers. Tune-in to hone your cellular biochemistry!
Still curious? The references that Dr. Bland noted include:
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