Ageless Aging with Maddy Dychtwald

154 – Ageless Aging with Maddy Dychtwald

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Informative and compelling, in episode 154 Jill and Chris talk with Maddy Dychtwald, internationally acclaimed author, public speaker, and thought leader on longevity, aging, the new retirement, and the ascent of women.

She co-founded Age Wave, the world’s leader in understanding and addressing the far-reaching impacts of our aging population. She is the author of “Ageless Aging: A Woman’s Guide to Increasing Healthspan, Brainspan, and Lifespan” published by the Mayo Clinic Press.

Maddy has been featured in Bloomberg Businessweek, Forbes, Newsweek, Time, Wall Street Journal, Huffington Post, Fox Business News, CNBC, and NPR, and others.

Maddy is the author of two previous books: Influence: How Women’s Soaring Economic Power Will Transform Our World for the Better and Cycles: How We Will Live, Work, and Buy. She lives in San Francisco with her family.

Ageless Aging

In this episode we discuss:

  • How aging experienced differently by women than men
  • What key points make a difference for improving our longevity
  • Myths about healthy aging
  • What is meant by ageless aging
  • The components of improving brainspan
  • What is meant by improving health span


Website: Age Wave
Book: Ageless Aging: A Woman’s Guide to Increasing Healthspan, Brainspan, and Lifespan
Twitter X: @AgeWave


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2 thoughts on “Ageless Aging with Maddy Dychtwald”

  1. I loved what Maddy had to say about strength training & balance as well as setting goals for a successful retirement by challenging your mind to keep cognitively sound. Avoid stuff – like sugar and super processed foods. It is challenging to develop new habits but not too late. Then the surprise was when she said she was 74 years old because she sounded so energetic, and her thoughts and speech flowed so smoothly, just hearing that gave me the impression that she was younger. At age 64, I’m inspired by her.

    1. Thanks so much for commenting here!

      Yes, Maddy seems much younger than her 74 years! She definitely practices what she has studied. She looks and sounds more than 20 years younger. A very motivational person!!

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