As we age, we often feel like we lack energy. What if it was the other way around? What if it was a lack of energy that made us feel aged? That makes sense from a biochemical point of view. Low energy levels stop our muscles working as well as they could. And the progressive loss of muscle function is a well-established feature of ageing. So, logic suggests that if we can find more energy from somewhere, then we can keep our muscles working better for longer – and so prevent a fundamental feature of ageing, even as we rack up the years. Research into a postbiotic, Urolithin A, suggests a promising new approach. By triggering mitophagy, Urolithin A clears out damaged and dysfunctional mitochondria making way for more efficient energy generators. Urolithin A supplementation has been shown to elevate cellular energy and increase muscular strength and endurance. Learn how this novel postbiotic addresses a key hallmark of aging and creates new opportunities to support longevity.