Consumption of low fat milk increases telomeres’ length that can help slow down the aging process and make one look younger, according to a research carried out by exercise scientists at Brigham Young University (BYU). The study examined the relationship between different variants of milk and telomeres and concluded that the shortening of telomeres is seen as a key biological marker of the aging process.
Telomere is a compound structure at the end of a chromosome. The research enlisted adults into different categories of milk drinkers in order to explore how milk consumption habits impact telomeres.
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