WellBeing

Living to 100

Getting a good night’s rest, achieving the right balance of protein, maintaining healthy brain function, regular exercise and safeguarding a robust microbiome appeared to be some of the protean strategies for reaching this milestone.

It has been 20 years since I was first seduced by the glittering promise of anti-ageing medicine, the age-eluding powers of magical antioxidants and the rejuvenating potential of age-defying hormones. The science has become more subdued since then but the marketing and the commercial hubris haven’t altered an iota.

So I find

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