Popular Science News | Eat Easter Island Dirt and Live Longer

Popular Science News – or more precisely eat Easter Island dirt containing rapamycin. A study published in Nature found that mice taking rapamycin lived longer than mice that did not. The name comes from Rapa Nui, the Polynesian name for Easter Island. The island’s soil contains a bacteria which secrete rapamycin in order to repel bacterial and fungal enemies.

One side effect of rapamycin is that it destroys your long-term memory so that you’ll forget how old you are as you age, something women have been doing for countless years.


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