HGH supercharges but Telomerase RE-charges

Ed Park, MD Uncategorized 2 Comments

With the current furor over Tiger Woods and ARod’s doctor
being busted for treating high profile athletes from MLB and the NFL, we should revisit the facts about ANABOLIC substances that cause increased muscle mass through altered gene expression.

All the world loves a winner and the undeniable truth is that ANABOLIC substances such as testosterone and HGH, do make professional athletes run faster and hit balls harder. And doing those things sells TV ads and fills stadium seats.

But even for the weekend warriors, it has been common for men concerned about aging to take Human Growth Hormone (HGH) and other male hormones, which include tetrahydrogestrinone (THG), androstenedione, and testosterone.

If you think of your body like a car, then anabolic substances cause a supercharging and that burns through your stem cells and may ironically cause premature aging!

In contrast, telomerase activation is regenerative, leading to improved function by naturally rescuing senescent or dormant cells. Your metabolism increases only as a result of firing on “all cylinders”, not because of adding supercharged intake and exhaust and ‘red-lining’ at 9000 RPM’s

When people ask whether taking TA-65 is safe, I say yes because we know the three dozen or so genes that it modulates thanks to these amazing “gene chips” that measure the 25,000 known human genes on a device about the size of a postage stamp.

Interestingly, most of the genes activated by TA-65 are involved in DNA repair and rejuvenation, which are undeniably GOOD things.

In contrast, anabolic steroids like testosterone alter genes expression in almost a thousand genes!



To learn why non-anabolic telomerase activation is safer than the current “anti-aging” fads of HGH and male hormones, go to http://www.rechargebiomedical.com/taisnotanabolic.html

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