The Secret To A Long, Healthy Life Found In Centenarians’ Blood: Study

Researchers at Stanford University have found that the blood of centenarians contains certain proteins that could hold the key to a long and healthy life.

The study analyzed the blood of over 1,000 centenarians and found that they had higher levels of certain proteins that are associated with good health and longevity.

The proteins found in the centenarians’ blood are involved in a variety of biological processes, including immune response, DNA repair, and metabolism.

The researchers believe that these proteins may help to protect against age-related diseases and promote healthy aging.


The study also found that the centenarians had lower levels of certain proteins that are associated with inflammation and age-related diseases.

The findings of the study could lead to the development of new treatments and therapies for age-related diseases.

The researchers hope to continue their work by studying the genetics of centenarians to better understand the factors that contribute to healthy aging.