Have Antioxidants for Antiaging Been Proven in Trials?
(Orlando, Florida, USA)
I have heard that the only proven antiaging technique is calorie reduction diets. The proof here is clinical trials, which resulted in a lower mortality rate, fewer incidences of cancers and other serious diseases and a clear difference both visually and statistically between control animals and test subjects.
I know certain humans have been involved in these type of tests and that monkey subjects have recently been the subject of published results showing these trends and factors 'proving' that the anti-aging factors are in play.
My question is given this level of proof is there a similar study or studies with so called anti-oxidant products which yields similar results (also showing proof of anti-aging)?
It is easy to claim results but I'm interested in if there are rigorous studies with similar test/control subjects which show clear anti-aging benefits such as mortality and disease incidence bias when taking these types of supplements?