Scientists have discovered the secret of how to live for 100 years, you must have these things in your body
Published by: Pravin Makwana
Secret of Long Life: Everyone wants to live long. Most people want to know the secret of living for 100 years. If you are one of them, the answer is hidden in your blood.
Scientists have discovered the secret to living longer and interestingly, this secret is hidden nowhere else but in your blood. To find out this rule, Swedish researchers examined blood samples from 44,000 people over the age of 60, more than 100 of whom were 100 years old or older.
When his blood samples were tested, it was found that his liver and kidney functions were very good. Two different types of markers were found in his blood.
However, people who lived longer had higher total cholesterol levels. The researchers noted that two important factors in lifestyle for living longer were diet and alcohol.
In people who lived to be 100 years old, 12 biomarkers were identified in their blood, including total cholesterol, blood sugar, metabolism, uric acid, a marker of inflammation, and creatinine, which measures kidney function.
Iron – which detects anemia and albumin – which detects protein. or kidney disease is reported. He was involved in Mark. The researchers claimed that this was the first study of its kind on such a large scale, which sought to unravel the mystery of aging.
The study revealed that total cholesterol and iron levels were higher only in people up to the age of 100. An adult should have a total cholesterol level of 5 millimoles per liter, but the study found that only 2 percent of people had a total cholesterol level of 5.2 millimoles per liter, while 3 percent of centenarians had a total cholesterol level of 7.2. was millimoles per liter or higher.
However, people who lived to be 100 years old. After 60 years, the levels of glucose, creatinine, uric acid, liver enzymes etc. were below normal. Among those with low levels of uric acid, 4 percent lived to be 100 years old. While people with high uric acid had only a 1 percent chance of living to 100 years.
That is, those whose blood had normal levels of everything except cholesterol and iron levels were more likely to live 100 years.