A 53-year old longevity researcher claims that his biological age is 10 years younger due to four daily habits, but the science is mixed.
He said that the anti-inflammatory properties and molecules found in green tea could help prevent cancer. Older research shows, for instance, that drinking green tea may reduce the risk of stomach carcinoma.
Sinclair said that he also takes supplements (like the ones sold on Tally Health’s website) which contain resveratrol. His team’s research showed that resveratrol can extend the life of organisms such as yeast and worms.
The compound found in red wines is well known for its anti-inflammatory and anti-cancer properties, as well as heart health and brain health. However, research on whether or not such benefits could be achieved by humans via a pill is still mixed.