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Accelerated aging

Food and cooking choices can have an impact

10:36 AM, Jul. 12, 2013
What you eat and how you cook it can have an effect on your health and aging process.
What you eat and how you cook it can have an effect on your health and aging process.
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When it comes to health, many people are aware of the major do's and don'ts of maintaining a healthy lifestyle and diet.

However, people often focus on their cholesterol, blood pressure and body mass index, or BMI, and overlook another key medical marker: Advanced Glycation Endproducts, or AGEs. AGEs are harmful compounds in the body that accelerate the aging process and are linked to many of the top health concerns people face today.

AGEs develop in the body or are ingested through certain foods, including browned, sugary and processed foods. When people consume too many of these foods, ...

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