3 Key Variables in Epigenetic Aging, All Positively Impacted by Rapamycin

Here’s a very comprehensive look at epigenetic aging well worth the time investment. The 3 variables associated with epigenetic aging: nutrient sensing, stem cells and mitochondrial function have all been shown in various studies to be positively impacted by rapamycin. Some surprises here as well.

““nutrient sensing” rapamycin was used and it was effective in reducing epigenetic age. Mitochondrial and stem cell health was associated with epigentic age, while telomere length, cellular senescence, and DNA breakage did not.”

Read the full paper at the link below:

The relationship between epigenetic age and the hallmarks of ageing in human cells

https://www.nature.com/articles/s43587-022-00220-0

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