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Future Feelers

It is advisable to be cautiously optimistic and wait for the results of more experiments to ensure the safety of this promising drug.


This year promises more research in the field of ageing in humans and other animals. Research is scheduled, to detect the effect of Resveratrol in controlling type -2 diabetes and the MELAS syndrome, a condition that affects the brain and destroys the muscles in children. Researchers are also aspiring to fish for more potent sir-2 activators. Many such compounds have been identified and their effect on the health of the animals are currently being experimented.

The tests carried out on mice revealed that those fed with Resveratrol gained endurance and retained their vitality to the end. However, it is advisable to wait for the results of more experiments to ensure the safety of this promising drug.

Tampering with nature has always proved to be detrimental to the human race. Ageing is a natural process that is part of the bio-system and any measure to detour it should be carried out with caution. It is however vital to enhance the quality of every human life by keeping life-crippling diseases at bay. A healthy diet of whole grains, vegetables and fruits, including a generous helping of grapes, combined with moderate exercises will definitely go a long way in helping to generate that youthful glow which signals good health of the body and mind.

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From decreased death rate to killing cancer cell, a small amount of wine at the end can go a long way when it comes to beneficial effect. Kills the antioxidants When choosing your wine for antioxidants, go with white wine preferably Boost the immune system Moderate alcohol can zone off infections and improve immune system in check. Improves bone Density Red wine has found to be highest levels of silicon, which best for your bone mineral density.


Dear Sir, For the ageing problem to be slow we require the basic natural necessities i.e., clean air, clean water and clean environment. None of the above is present now anywhere in the world except perhaps in Amazon forest and congo forest. There also human beings have gone and slowly spoiling it. So called scientists take quantity x from nature and give back only x-1,2... In Hindu philosophy it is called Yuga characteristics. Nothing can be done except crying from rooftops to stop pollution. IT IS A PITY. HS NARAYANAN


Dear Sir, Article is excellent. I will be very thankful. Food restriction is the process which most probably will limit the load of OXYRADICALS in the system thereby postponing the Age Related changes. Please send me the references so that the issue of FOOD RESTRICTION and how it works can be cleared. Thanks Dr. VENUGOPAL


I sometimes wonder what is the so called "good" or "bad" in terms of diet.The dietary recommendations keep changing on a day to day basis. I suppose the good old practice of our ancestors to eat timely meals prepared from chemical free ingredients should do the trick.

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