Not enough discussion on autophagy. But they don't really do biology. And there is something inherently unhealthful about chips (French fries)... the rancid vegetable oil that they are fried in, unless, of course, one likes heart disease. And kale isn't exotic. It grows everywhere and is a very tasty, nutritious and inexpensive thing to eat.
And way too late with the Nobel prize.
You dont need vegetable oil to make chips.
Edit- Forgot what I came to post!
One thing that wasnt really addressed in the discussion about ageing is that while current advances dont seem to be changing the maximum life spans we are seeing, how do we know that these advances are coming at optimal times for those old enough to show up in such data?
So a person born in 1906 was still quite old by the 80s and had likely been affected by the enviorenmental differences that we had in the early 20th century (more coal burning, more lead in the air, harsher working conditions etc.)
Perhaps the sweet spot for the advances we have made is closer to people prior to middle age, where interventions can prevent decline, rather than patching things as they go wrong in an elderly person?
If this were to be relevant, we are unlikely to know about it for another 70 or more years.
Obviously we can only base current statements on current data, but I find it interesting.