Benefical Effects of Mediterranean Diet in Neuroinflammation and Related Diseases

@inproceedings{Milano2017BeneficalEO,
  title={Benefical Effects of Mediterranean Diet in Neuroinflammation and Related Diseases},
  author={W. Milano and V. Pizza and A. Capasso},
  year={2017}
}
The increase in the average lifespan and the consequent proportional growth of the elderly segment of society has furthered the interest in studying ageing processes. Ageing may be considered a multifactorial process derived from the interaction between genetic and environmental factors including lifestyle. There is ample evidence in many species that the maximum age attainable (maximum lifespan potential, MLSP) is genetically determined and several mitochondrial DNA polymorphisms are… Expand

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