Healthy diet, lifestyle increase enzyme linked to longevity

09/16/2008 | Reuters

Research shows adopting a diet rich in fruits and vegetables, getting more exercise, and reducing stress can raise levels of the enzyme telomerase, which is linked to longevity. Lower telomerase levels are viewed as an indication of disease risk and possible premature death from breast, prostate, colon and lung cancer.

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