According to a recent report from the CDC, the US life expectancy has dropped by 1.5 years. If we weren't thinking about health and longevity before, we are now.
While this isn't great news, the silver lining is that longevity research has come a long way in the past decade. We know more than ever about the processes underpinning aging and the lifestyle strategies that can delay these changes.
In this edition, we're sharing some science-backed longevity strategies to help increase your lifespan. From supplements to your morning drinks, here's how you can increase your odds of reaching triple digits.
Here's to aging with confidence, Elos!
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