At last an explanation!
Yeah, you know, when you find a little old skinny wrinkled asian guy,
he's like 105...
On 18 Apr 2001, at 4:03, CurtAdams@aol.com wrote:
> In a message dated 4/18/01 12:40:04 AM, email@example.com writes:
> >Amazing. So why doesn't Walford look younger, huh? (No effect on
> I always thought Walford looked pretty good for somebody his age.
> He looks better than most of my father's friends, who are several
> years younger.
> CR accentuates wrinkles. The skin is held up by a combination of fat and
> If you take the fat out, the skin sags more. The reverse of this contributes
> to the
> Asian tendency to look younger - Asian tend to have thicker facial
> subcutaneous fat,
> and so when the elastin weakens with age, there's more left to hold up the
> Long-term, the presumption is that it reduces wrinkle development, but that
> quite a while to kick in. It's been hard to test as mice don't really get
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