The biology of aging is one of the most exciting frontiers in science. But since aging is not widely considered a disease, medical research funds are rarely dedicated to aging-related projects.
Longevity specialist Dr. David Sinclair sees things differently. In his opinion, aging is a disease that will eventually be treatable.
What can we do until scientists find a cure for aging? Sinclair suggests that eating less is one of the most important and beneficial things we can do to lengthen our lifespans and improve our wellbeing. Exercise is also beneficial, as it activates our genes’ longevity.
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