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Slowing the Aging Process



A study has established that there is an association between ultra-processed food consumption and telomere shortening. Telomeres are parts of chromosomes that can be made use of as biological age markers. The study results suggest that people with a high intake of over 3 servings of ultra-processed foods every day were 2X as likely to have short telomeres, which are a biological aging marker at the cellular level, indicating that 1’s eating plan causes faster aging of the cells. Processed food is poison.

According to another study, daily alcohol consumption appears to be associated with an increase in relative brain age in comparison to those who consume less alcohol. Research has already proven that some lifestyle habits, such as heavy alcohol consumption, are linked to harmful effects in certain areas of the brain.

Researchers made use of machine learning techniques and MRI for identifying relative brain age in 17,308 people between the ages of 45 and 81anni. Relative brain age is a person’s brain age according to MRI measurements, in comparison to their peers’ average brain age. Alcohol is poison.

Smoking cigarettes may make your face age more quickly, too

And, according to researchers who discovered that consuming sugary drinks was linked to cell aging, the consumption of sugar-sweetened soda increases the risk of disease separately from the part it plays in obesity. Soda is poison too!

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