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A compound in human semen can have a dramatic impact on life span
Austrian researchers believe that a compound in human semen can have a dramatic impact on life span.
A study at Graz University found that spermidine, a compound that is found in sperm, slows ageing processes and increases longevity in yeast, flies, worms and mice, as well as human blood cells, by protecting cells from damage.
Cell ageing happens when a natural process called autophagy – a sort of cellular cannibalism whereby damaged cells or parts of cells are recycled – goes wrong.
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Spermidine concentration has been shown to decline with age
Adding spermidine suppressed various processes associated with ageing, as well as reducing free radicals and increasing lifespan. Treated fruit flies lived 30 per cent longer than untreated ones, while worms lived 15 per cent longer.
Biochemists Frank Madeo and Tobias Eisenberg at the University of Graz led a team to test the effects of a substance known as spermidine. In yeast, spermidine was shown to increase life span by as much as a factor of four; in fruit flies, up to 30%; and in worms, up to 15%. When spermidine was applied to human immune cells, they too lived longer, with three times as many surviving after 12 days as in a comparison batch.
Spermidine works, the researchers show, by promoting the cellular process of autophagy — a kind of self-cleaning that, Eisenberg says, “removes cellular garbage such as clumped proteins or damaged or defective cellular organelles.” Those things might otherwise harm the body.
Sperm vitamins and protein
Semen is only one percent sperm; the rest is composed of over 200 separate proteins, as well as vitamins and minerals including
- vitamin C,
- citric acid,
- lactic acid,
- vitamin B12,
Levels of these compounds (including sperm count and mobility) vary depending on age, weight, and lifestyle habits like diet and exercise.
Even thought it will likely never become a new diet craze, semen can have some positive effects on the body.
Some study showed that sexually active women who came in contact with semen in the reproductive tract were less depressed than their counterparts who used condoms. Contact with semen has also been proven to reduce the risk of preeclampsia, a serious pregnancy complication.