Longevity Activator Man
The organic structure of women and men is different and unequal because there are biological factors (genetic, hereditary, physiological) that manifest themselves differently between the sexes and are often invisible to the androcentric patterns of the health sciences. Researcher Petra Kolip, from the Institute for Preventive Medicine at the University of Zurich, Switzerland, considers it very important to differentiate between biological gender, as there are gender-related differences in health and disease. Genetic-biological differences: In men, the existence of a chromosome (X) in his inheritance (XY) predisposes him to a greater susceptibility to diseases, such as those that are inherited in a recessive way of the X chromosome. In women, due to the second X chromosome (XX) slows down the aging process. Cellular aging diseases, certain forms of cancer, and other diseases are less common in women.