Many studies have been published on the relationship between telomere length and what we eat. Discover the dietary habits that associate with longer telomeres by clicking on the resources below.
Medical News Today summarizes the latest blockbuster study of 5,000 research participants that lends even more weight to the large body of evidence that telomere length is affected by diet. This study duplicates findings from other large...
Randomized controlled trial of weight loss versus usual care on telomere length in women with breast cancer: the lifestyle, exercise, and nutrition (LEAN) studyDiet & Telomeres, Institutional Study
151 women breast cancer survivors were randomly assigned 2 different post-cancer treatment regimens – one regimen was the standard care recommended for breast cancer survivors, the other a weight loss intervention regimen. Among women wh...
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Eating a Mediterranean diet rich in plants, whole grains, lean protein, e.g. fish, nuts and olive oil, is associated with longer telomere length — an established marker of slower aging.… Read More
Consumption of Nuts and Seeds and Telomere Length in 5,582 Men and Women of the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES)Diet & Telomeres, Institutional Study
National Health and Nutrition Survey study reveals that eating nuts daily is associated with longer telomeres.… Read More