If scientists could wave their magic wands to create a miraculous pill that everyone would want to take, they would probably choose to create one that slowed or stopped the aging process. After all, who wouldn’t want stall the effects of aging, such as wrinkles, hormone decline, grey hair and general aches and pains?
Chances are this magic pill will never materialize, because the aging process is multifactorial and no single ingredient could fix every factor that causes aging. But we can slow the process somewhat by focusing on some specifics factors that we know contribute. For example, mitochondria,