Garlic and aging: new insights into an old remedy

  title={Garlic and aging: new insights into an old remedy},
  author={Khalid Rahman},
  journal={Ageing Research Reviews},
There has been an impressive gain in individual life expectancy with parallel increases in age-related chronic diseases of the cardiovascular, brain and immune systems. These can cause loss of autonomy, dependence and high social costs for individuals and society. It is now accepted that aging and age-related diseases are in part caused by free radical reactions. The arrest of aging and stimulation of rejuvenation of the human body is also being sought. Over the last 20 years the use of herbs… CONTINUE READING


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