Delicious Snack Extends Your Lifespan 25%
These days, it seems like every time you turn around there’s a doctor or news reporter telling you that just about everything can give you cancer.
Once delightful indulgences like donuts, bacon and French fries are now known to send you to the operating room or worse — the grave.
But that doesn’t mean all of your favorite treats are off limits…
Because researchers from Texas A&M University have discovered that one of your favorite treats may actually reduce your risk of cancer…
And even increase your lifespan by years!
I'm talking about cheese. And if you’re not already eating this satisfying snack, this most recent study will make you want to.
For the experiment, researchers fed spermidine, a special compound found in aged cheese, to mice predisposed to develop liver cancer.
Amazingly, the spermidine significantly reduced the mice’s risk of developing liver cancer.
But the good news didn’t end there…
The spermidine also increased their life spans by a whopping 25 percent!
Just imagine what all those extra years could mean for you and your family.
Experts report that spermidine is so powerful because it can help shield the body from oxidative stress — one of the key drivers of all disease.
Spermidine supplements aren’t readily available at the moment. But that could change soon.
Human clinical trials focusing on spermidine’s effect on cognitive decline are currently underway. We will update you on the results in the future.
In the meantime, you can get spermidine from eating aged cheeses or other delicious foods like mushrooms, whole grains and legumes.
Department of Research, Turapür Products
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