Essential amino acids: master regulators of nutrition and environmental footprint?

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URL: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4944490/

Journal: Nutrition Journal

Publication Date: 07/2016

Summary: Telomere length was measured in 28 people and food intake, based on questionnaires was assessed. Higher red meat intake was correlated with increased telomere length.

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Telomeres are specific segments of DNA at the end of your chromosomes, and they typically shorten with time and a shorter length correlates with aging. This study found that out of 28, those with the highest red meat intake had the longest telomeres.

Red Meat Keeps Your Telomeres Long

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