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In the last century, the Russian microbiologist and Nobel prize-winner Elie Metchnikoff observed how some nomadic tribes who feed on fermented milk were long-lived for that time. Metchnikoff noticed a correlation between their age and the fermented milk they drank. In 1907, he published the theory of longevity.


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