EUFIC : « Addressing degenerative ageing with long-term and comprehensive dietary studies »

« Researchers from the NU-AGE project have published 15 papers in a special issue of the journal Mechanisms of Ageing and Development, which summarises new methods to tackle one of the key factors of ageing – inflammation. This process plays a key role in most conditions that elderly people suffer from, such as frailty, loss of muscle mass and other disabilities that lead to further disease and eventual death. Growing research suggests this process can be halted and even reversed through changes in lifestyle and diet.  »

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