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Wednesday, July 20, 2016

Swiss scientists unravel an anti-aging miracle substance

Do you want to live more longer? (If yes, why do you want that and whether not tired of living that long.) Here's a good news for you. 

Pomegranates have long been considered a superfood (superfood), although not a lot of evidence that can explain it. More recently, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), the Swiss federal institute of technology, has revealed the secret. 
Researchers at EPFL have found a 'miracle molecule' in pomegranates. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1cJFbA)
Referring to the EPFL statement on Monday, scientists at the institutes that want to explore the 'superfood' because the 'natural evidence that there had been too weak."

As quoted from The Local on Friday, July 15, 2016, the scientists revealed that a substance contained in pomegranates can be modified by the stomach microbe into a molecule that allows the muscle cells to fight the effects of aging. In the initial test in the rodents whose results have been published in the journal Nature Medicine, the statement continued, "The impact is awesome." 
A substance contained in pomegranates can be modified by the stomach microbe into a booster anti-aging molecule. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1cJF5r)
By the increasing a person's age, body cells struggled to recycle the mitochondria, the superior part in cells that perform vital functions. Degradation of mitochondria affect the health of the network, such as the muscles that then fell slowly over several years. The weakening of the network can also play a role in age-related diseases, such as Parkinson's.

The scientists who involved in the EPFL research found that a molecule called 'urolithin A' is able to improve the body's cells to recycle mitochondria weakened. 
A molecule called 'urolithin A' is able to improve the body's cells to recycle mitochondria weakened. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1cJF5r)
Patrick Aebischer, one of the authors of the study, said, "That is the only molecule that is known to boost the mitochondria cleaning process, known as mitophagy."

"Substances that totally natural with a strong and measurable impact."

In a series of tests on the rodents, the researchers found that the older mice show increased endurance by 42 percent while running compared to equally old mice in the control group. 

But it is not that easy. Pomegranates only contains the precursor (starting material) for the miracle molecule and can only be changed to 'urolithin A' through the role of microbes in the stomach. Thus, the number of 'urolithin A' produced very diverse, depending on the existence of flora in the intestines. 

"There are people who did not earn it. If people including the less fortunate, pomegranate juice may not be helpful at all." 
Scientists are trying to find ways to supply 'urolithin A' to people who do not have the exact microbes within them. A number of clinical trials have been initiated. Well, we wait for the results later, if you still can see the sunlight tomorrow. If not, it's ok anyway. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | THE LOCAL]
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