As it turns out, as found by Heidinger et al. in the study Telomere Length in Early Life Predicts Lifespan, Zebra Finches whose telomeres were twice as long at nesting age on average lived 50% longer lives. Telomere length was thus shown to be a strong predictor of lifespan, with a P value of < 0.001, indicating a very strong likelihood for correlation.
Owen R. Fonorow, Orthomolecular Naturopath
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