MFRTA - What does MFRTA stand for? The Free Dictionary
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If the current MFRTA
proves true, high doses of PUFAs may, because they increase vulnerability to oxidation of cellular membranes, leave us more susceptible to aging.
Thus, singlet oxygen should be an important contributor to aging according to the MFRTA.
The MFRTA has been used to explain the fact that dietary supplementation with antioxidants has not clearly shown antiaging effects, in that the dietary antioxidants may not effectively reach the mitochondria, the main sites of ROS generation, and age-related damage [110, 126].