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This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. This talk tells us the basics of life extension by adequate nutrition and provides the answer to the question which of the biochemical and molecular mechanisms are subject to these effects. Frank presents a new, human biology customized diet. What do we eat and how often? Can what we eat affect our health and life span?
Talk language: German
Frank is a professor of cell biology and microbiology and one of the best researchers in the field of aging and age-related diseases worldwide. His greatest discoveries were the presence of programmed cell death in unicellular organisms and the extension of life span by a in humans physiologically occurring substance called spermidine.
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