A diet that may slow down aging is on the menu.????A natural product found in many fruits and veggies might help people live longer.????The byproduct is called fisetin.????It can reduce the number damaged cells in the body, according to University of Minnesota researchers.????As people age, they accumulate damaged cells.????But they don’t clear as effectively in older people.
????So damaged cells build up, cause low-level inflammation and release enzymes that can degrade the tissue.????Not in old mice they tested.????Researchers told Newsweek aging mice treated with fisetin reached an extension of life span and health span of over 10%.????The results suggest health can be improved even towards the end of life.????Researchers need to work out the best dosage for humans.????Until then, start with an apple a day to keep the doctor away.
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