Exercise helps maintain telomeres

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In this 2008 study of twins, British researchers looked at 52 pairs of identical and 15 pairs of fraternal twins and concluded that exercise, even after controlling for confounding variables of age, BMI, smoking, year of sampling, and socioeconomic status, was associated with telomere length preservation. The effect was 6 years of length for 100 minutes a week and 9 years of advantage for 3 hrs or more.

Another happy convert

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Here is another satisfied customer’s testimonial:   “Have been taking TA-65 2mo now 2 caps nightly . My hair feels thicker, lots of energy and able to recover from exercise quickly daily !!! My libido has greatly increased and orgasms are much stronger, my skin is much more radiant and muscle tone seems leaner! I think I’m definitely addicted to …

Olympians may age – but my patients just get stronger and faster with each year

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In the post-TA world, people need to be careful about what they mean when they say “at his/her age” because I have many examples of athletes getting stronger and faster in their 5th, 6th, 7th, and 8th decades of life.