After years of efforts, scientists revealed that no miracle pill could turn time back. Several pseudo aging treatments are risky, including injections of human growth factor or grafts of chimpanzee testicular tissue to rejuvenate aging bodies. Others, such as red wine’s resveratrol yields disappointing results. According to a report published in the "Digital Trends," synthetic proteins prompt the blood cells. Health professionals believe that thousands of genes play a role in human deterioration. Previously, people considered that it is impossible to prevent aging.

But health professionals now discover specific proteins that turn time back on aging cells.

Proteins hint at a fountain of youth in blood

Joao Pedro De Magalhaes at the University of Liverpool says that it is possible to stay young forever. In fact, the newly discovered proteins improve skin texture to a greater extent. Micro-RNA and DNA influence human aging. Hundreds to thousands of drugs and Skin Care Products have been developed. Joao believes proteins prompt the blood cells to act young again. These naturally reverse all bad aspects of the aging process. Another advantage is the proteins are not harmful to human health, which means we can regularly use them. This research is hope for those who want to live young forever.

Researcher says the existing drugs disturb the immune system. Moreover, these cause several respiratory disorders. In contrast, synthetic proteins are not harmful. We can regularly use them.

Age – a risk factor

It would not be wrong to say that age is one of the biggest risk factors in developed nations. Matt Kaeberlein at the University of Washington says that the newly discovered proteins could be an alternative to expensive skin care products.

He looks forward to findings of Joao Pedro De Magalhaes that will be published in the journal “Science.” In all organisms, including mice, flies, worms, and yeast, regular episodes of prolonged fasting ensure extended life span. But it does not prevent aging. Joao aims to develop artificial proteins that could prevent aging. He says some fatty acids such as acetate, butyrate, and propionate will be used in the preparation of proteins.