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Anti-aging effects of a functional food via the action of gut microbiota and metabolites in aging mice

The effects of WS on the general nutritional status of aging mice. (A) The hair color and bodyweight of mice in each group. (B) The dynamic weight of mice in each group during the 0-15-week intervention process. (C) The food intake of mice in each group was recorded at days 0, 20, 40, 60, 80, 100, and 120. (D) The level of ALB (g/L) in the serum of mice. (E) The muscle circumference (cm) of the hind limbs of mice. (F) The lean body mass of mice. (G) The fat content in mice. (H) Analysis of body composition of mice. *P P P

Figure 1. The effects of WS on the general nutritional status of aging mice. (A) The hair color and bodyweight of mice in each group. (B) The dynamic weight of mice in each group during the 0-15-week intervention process. (C) The food intake of mice in each group was recorded at days 0, 20, 40, 60, 80, 100, and 120. (D) The level of ALB (g/L) in the serum of mice. (E) The muscle circumference (cm) of the hind limbs of mice. (F) The lean body mass of mice. (G) The fat content in mice. (H) Analysis of body composition of mice. *P < 0.05, **P < 0.01, ***P < 0.001 in a comparison with the labeled group.