Slowing the aging process is relative to your age. When we are young we really don’t think about it. But once we hit the age of 35, and our bodies begin to decline in their health, the idea of slowing the aging process begins to enter our thoughts.
For many, once they reach the age of 60 they really begin to look for ways to help extend their life with good health.
There is a class of compounds called senolytics that have been used in experimental models to improve health and extend the lifespan.
One new compound that has shown great promise is fisetin. This is a flavonoid found in various fruits and vegetables like strawberries, apples, grapes, and onions.
In animal studies, fisetin has extending lifespan by approximately 10 percent.
Senolytic compounds like fisetin help your body clear away old and damaged cells to make room for new and healthy cells.
This removal of old and damaged cells is critical to your overall health because: Read More →