What Is Your TRU A.G.E.s?
A.G.E.s forms when protiens or lipids interact with aldose sugars for an extended period of time, subsequently undergoing molecular transformation that glycate the protein lipid, thereby imparting distinct and likely adaptive byproducts in the vessel walls Go here to find out more. Also find out how you can reduce the A.G.E.s levels in your body.
The good new is that A.G.E.s levels can be measured. When you have your next checkup ask your doctor how many CML do you have in your blood? Find out how you can get and arm scan to determine your A.G.E.s levels.