The 12 Hallmarks of Aging
Aging is a complex phenomenon that requires a combination of ingredients to impact multiple aging pathways synergistically.
Aging research has delineated 12 hallmarks that serve as universal indicators of the aging process across various organisms.
Why is this significant? These well-defined hallmarks offer a roadmap for potential strategies to decelerate the aging process.
These hallmarks are our guiding stars as we strive to create and offer valuable insights and tools to bring about tangible improvements.
We propose the following 12 hallmarks of aging: Cellular Senescense, Mitochondrial Dysfunction, Loss of Proteostasis, Altered Cellular Communication, Genomic Instability, Epigenetic Alterations, Telomere Attrition, Deregulated Nutrient Sensing, Stem Cell Exhaustion, Disabled Macroautophagy, Chronic inflammation, Microbiome Dysbiosis.