Japanese scientists have highlighted a lack of antioxidants in the elderly
The researchers found that a blood test can determine the biological age of a person. In this a large role is played by antioxidants.
Japanese scientists have developed a technique with which the correct blood test can help the physicians to easily determine how old the person who handed over the analysis, is.
Thanks to these tests they can identify a lack of antioxidants, which is observed in the elderly.
As noted by the experts, the number of antioxidants in blood of the respondents aged of 76-88 years old is much lower than in young and middle-aged people.