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REVEALED: Average Lifespan to be 120 YEARS After Medical Breakthrough, Says Top Scientist

Scientists believe that we could live to 120. Picture Source: Getty

  • REVEALED: Average Lifespan to be 120 YEARS After Medical Breakthrough, Says Top Scientist
    by SEAN MARTIN, http://www.express.co.uk/
    SCIENTISTS believe man is on the brink of having an average lifespan of 120 years after major medical breakthroughs.

    By regulating peptides experts believe the lifespan of a human can increase by around 30 years. Peptides consist of amino acids and regulate the activity of certain molecules. One example of them are small proteins which influence how our bodies react to diet and physical exercise.

    Peptides are found in the food we eat, but the dosage we consume can also be upped through medicinal drugs. By altering the peptides, Professor Vladimir Khavinson, President of the European region of the International Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics, has proven that the average lifespan can be increased by slowing down the ageing process by upping the function of our organs.

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May 27, 2017 - Posted by | Medicine & Health

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