“For death begins with life’s first breath…and life begins at touch of death.”
– John Oxenham
Your lung function, as measured by FEV1 (forced expiratory volume in 1 second), is highly correlated with of your age and your risk of dying. Mostly because of the inevitable aging of your lung’s stem cells, your measured FEV1 will decrease an average of 1% a year.
So starting from an optimal age of 25, a 65 year-old has lost about 40% of his lung volume and that loss will be ongoing and progressive.
Larry was a 65 year-old healthy man who underwent biometric testing before and after taking the supplement TA-65. He changed nothing else in his lifestyle and yet his lung functioning went from a very respectable 3.8 liters to 4.6 liters after only 15 months.
The skeptics among you will say this is just one case, a mere anecdote, and it could represent measuring error, placebo effect, or fraud.
I assure you that these changes are real, but even more compelling is the fact that they did not occur in isolation. In fact, all his objective measurements of aging improved.
I’ve personally been taking TA-65 for three years and I can tell you that the change is gradual, without any psychotropic or anabolic effects, which is why most people won’t perceive the ongoing improvements. That’s why as a patient of Recharge Biomedical Clinic, we will establish your objective organ reserves so that there can be no doubt about your cellular rejuvenation after taking TA-65.
Improved lung function creates better health and well-being and that is exactly what Mr. Simpson describes in this CBS news story. Take advantage of this safe and natural telomerase-activating technology to RECHARGE your vitality as well.
Please call or email us with your questions today because we look forward to helping you start your journey back to a more youthful and hopeful you.
“Most persons have died before they expired – died to all earthly longings, so that the last breath is only, as it were, the locking of the door of the already deserted mansion.”
-Oliver Wendell Holmes