Know your A.G.E. stats [Infographic]
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Jun 20, 2013 | 37490 views | 0 0 comments | 2110 2110 recommendations | email to a friend | print
In an effort to educate the public about "AGEs," or Advanced Glycation End-products, the A.G.E. Foundation is unveiling its U.S. survey focused on eating habits and the impact of cooking methods on aging. AGEs are harmful compounds that develop in the body or are ingested through certain foods. When too many AGEs are consumed, they build up in the body tissues and accelerate the aging process from the inside out. AGEs are linked to many of the top health concerns people face today. Slowing the progression of AGEs with simple diet and lifestyle changes is vital to living a long, healthy life. Learn more at

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