AGE

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AGEAerospace Ground Equipment
AGEAgarose Gel Electrophoresis
AGEAmerican Gold Eagle (gold bullion coin)
AGEAcute Gastroenteritis
AGEAcides Gras Essentiels (French: Essential Fatty Acids)
AGEAdvisory Group of Experts
AGEAdvanced Glycation Endproducts
AGEApplied General Equilibrium
AGEA. G. Edwards (stockbroker)
AGEAged Garlic Extract
AGEAssociate in General Education (degree)
AGEAircraft Ground Equipment
AGEAdjusted Gross Estate
AGEArterial Gas Embolism
AGEAssociated Ground Equipment
AGEAustralasian Gaming Expo
AGEAssembléia Geral Extraordinária (Extraordinary General Meeting; Brazil)
AGEAcid Gas Enrichment
AGEAllyl Glycidyl Ether
AGEAdmiralty Gunnery Establishment (UK)
AGEAustralian Gaming Expo
AGEAutomatic Ground Environment (US Air Force defense system)
AGEArbeitsgemeinschaft Gynäkologische Endoskopie eV
AGEAdministration Générale des Entreprises (French: General Business Administration)
AGEAuxiliary Ground Equipment
AGEAmarillo Grain Exchange
AGEAffinity Gel Electrophoresis
AGEAnti Government Element
AGEAssociation des Gynecologues d'Essey-Les-Nancy
AGEArmy Ground Equipment
AGEAncient Guardian Enterprises (San Diego, CA)
AGEAdministration Générale et Gestion des Entreprises
AGEAngle of Greatest Extension
AGEAuditory Gross Error
AGEAutomatic Goal Extraction
AGEAbusive Guardianships of the Elderly
AGEAdý Geçen Eser
AGEAmerican for Generational Equality
AGEAccess Gateway Exchange
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Studies from our lab have shown that aged garlic extract protects neuronal cell death induced by Alzheimer's [beta] -amyloid peptide.
Aged garlic extract inhibits 1,2-dimethylhydrazine-induced colon tumor development by suppressing cell proliferation.
Aged garlic extract, a modulator of cardiovacular risk factors: a dose-finding study on the effects of AGE on platelet functions.
(47-49) Aged garlic extract in particular acts not only as a potent antioxidant, but also:
Aged garlic extract slows the progression of atherosclerosis in adults, report scientists in California.
Some people prefer using aged garlic extract (Kyolic[R]) in the high dose of around 3,600-7,200 mg a day.
The results of the study showed that aged garlic extract effectively reduced plaque in coronary arteries (the arteries supplying blood to the heart) for patients with metabolic syndrome.
Furthermore, Asdaq (2015) proved that aged garlic extract and its constituent, S-allyl-cysteine, exerted antioxidative and hypolipidemic effects on high fat diet treated rats [34].
Studies with aged garlic extract have not shown antifungal activity in vitro, however, when orally administered to infected mice, the number of bodies that were seen was reduced by 80% (Bayan et al., 2014), which may be explained by the complex interaction of the garlic compounds and immune system cells.
Aged garlic extract has performed well in studies and focuses on different, more stable garlic compounds.