Anti-aging researcher Dr. Matthew Yousefzadeh taked about how novel nutraceuticals can slow the aging clock. He is a Ph.D. molecular biologist with the Institute of Aging and Metabolism at the University of Minnesota. One aspect of senescence is the accumulation of “Zombie cells” that burden organ function. After investigating numerous natural substances, Dr. Yousefzadeh discovered that fisetin, a polyphenol found in strawberries and other fruits, possesses substantial activity against Zombie cells. This led him to collaborate with Science Research Wellness (SRW.co) to develop Cel3, an anti-aging supplement, that teams fisetin with oleuropein from olive leaf and apigenin from celery. Research is now underway to evaluate the impact of these nutraceuticals vs. age-related frailty and other disorders.
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