Andy’s Quick Hits (219): Reversing Aging — With Poo

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The results are promising and may make many of you who are aging prick up your ears.

The results showed that by transferring gut microbiota from younger to older mice improved multiple signs of aging in the gut, the eyes, and the brain. So far so good, but the method with which this is done may make you cringe. This transfer is done through faecal transplants, yes, that is…

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