Last week, I was pleased to see my patient of six and a half years, Vincent, who has been taking 4 TA-65 capsules nightly since the age of 77. He doesn’t use his cardiovascular system as much as 78-yo Doug (who runs up and down mountains), but he has had a remarkable improvement in his pulse pressure, arterial resistance, and …
There is no reasonable scientist or physician that that could explain these persistent and increasing improvements in a man of Vincent’s age without evoking fraud or inaccurate testing. That is why I continue to study what I refer to as adaptogenic medicine and why it is a privilege to do so.
In this really fun 16-minute video, I interview Karl about hitting and batting his age at 76.
He talks about getting into an Ivy league college as his “safety school”, flying three jumbo jets with 5,000 mink into post-war Japan as a 21-year-old stranger in a strange land, and his dream of taking batting lessons from a defrosted Ted Williams.
Finally, Karl talks openly about his experiences taking TA-65, a telomerase activator, and the other keys to being incredibly productive and relatively healthy as he ages chronologically but not biologically. Karl is an inspiration and a great guy to get to know.
What if I told you that there was only one disease with a thousand faces? Well, hypertension is just one of those conditions caused by the accumulated damage the stem cells of the arteries. That damage is the direct result of telomere attrition and inadequate telomerase activity
The new paradigm considers hypertension to be body’s cure for a critical but faltering task: the need to deliver blood away from the heart