‘Longevity’ may be a buzzword today, but the concept is not a new one.
Humans have always sought ways to live longer, from foods to supplements to magical elixirs.
Now, one Oxford-based researcher is turning to her Japanese roots to find healthy ways to increase lifespan.
Leslie Kenny is co-founder of the Oxford Longevity Project and founder and CEO of Oxford Healthspan – nutraceutical company based on Oxford research into healthy ageing compounds which can naturally slow down the effects of ageing.
Oxford Healthspan bridges the gap between Eastern wisdom and Western science.
Listen to our interview with Leslie now on Spotify or your chosen podcast platform.
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