Here are audio recordings from the 2011 GoldLab Symposium at CU-Boulder, with both Friday and Saturday sessions. For power point slides and videos of the session, go to GoldLabColorado.com
FRIDAY – PART 1: Health and Medical Problems Everywhere
Moderator: Fintan Steele, CIMB at CU, Boulder
9 AM: “Our Dialogue, One Year Later”
Larry Gold – MCDB, CU and SomaLogic “Our Dialogue, One Year Later”
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We learn about new research that indicates that the combination of exercise plus eating high cholesterol foods may help build lean body mass, even in older adults.
What’s more, eating high cholesterol foods such as cheese, beef fat and eggs, when combined with exercise, also seems more heart safe than most people think, according to new research published by Steve Riechman, in the Journal of Gerontology.
And we talk with Larry Gold, founder of the Gold Lab Symposium. The 2011 symposium features scientists, researchers and policy makers discussing how health and science can intersect with healthcare policy, and how to make each one better.
The 2011 GoldLab Symposium was held at CU-Boulder’s Muenzinger Auditorium May 13 – 14th. For audio recordings of the sessions, go here. For videos and powerpoint presentations from the sessions, go to GoldLabColorado.com
Producer: Shelley Schlender
Co-hosts: Joel Parker, Ted Burnham
Engineer: Shelley Schlender
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