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The surprising reason eating less meat is linked to a longer life: A smelly toxic gas

By Rui Wang, Dean, Faculty of Science, York University, Canada
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Hydrogen sulphide is a smelly, poisonous gas, but it plays an important role in aging and longevity. New research shows that eating less meat could be a key to harnessing its healthy effects.


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