As of 2021, I don't think there are really any anti-aging formulas that work like a fountain of youth, but I do think there are plenty of practices, foods and habits we can do that give us a better shot at aging more healthfully. I've seen plenty of people who are the same age but certainly don't look it due to these factors in their lives.
Today I read a claim about a metabolite compound called urolithin that many "health" websites are lauding as the new miracle anti-aging phenomenon. After some research all I can really find out about that claim is from other supposed "health" sites that don't appear to be very credible to me, but I've seen some scientific research on it, and what's really interesting is that it's not able to be obtained from food or even made in everyone's body. That's because it depends on the bacteria present in your body, and reading that just gave me the guilty urge to go eat some yogurt.
I hate how hard it is to vet information today but I'm really interested in this concept (and any other helpful nutrients, compounds, etc. that we never learned about in school). Do you know anything about it? Share what you've found in the chat.