"Andrew Weil, in his book, Healthy Aging, explains that the process of glycation is like carmelization, or the browning of sugar in a pan. He says that the same thing happens in our bodies when there's enough sugar present in the blood; that the sugars bond or gum up adjacent proteins forming advanced glycation end products (AGEs), and that these deformed proteins promote inflammation."
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