The NEW RECHARGE™ is now a 29% better value (but it is NOT ‘generic’ TA-65)

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This week, I presented a live webinar on the topic of “TA-65 versus RECHARGE” in which I answered all your burning questions about TA-65 including a comprehensive review of the literature. I also discussed why RECHARGE is not the same as TA-65 and cannot be be marketed as a proven telomerase activator.

Why Adaptogens are wiser than prescription drugs

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Did you ever notice that the healthiest old people don’t take medications? At first blush, that might seem like a tautology but wait! What if the medications are begetting their own complications and interfering with the body’s ability to restore balance and health?

RECHARGE works from the very first night. Are you ready to start over?

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I received this testimonial about my adaptogeneic supplement, RECHARGE. As Julie mentions, most people feel the difference from the very first night!! “A couple of months ago I first tried RECHARGE, thanks to hearing of the amazing results an acquaintance of mine was having, after having used it for some 3 months. It seemed as though every part of his …

The seven year itch- spouses, cars, and your own body

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As an anti-aging physician, I feel I should keep my car alive even though it has so many mechanical, electrical, and cosmetic problems; but as a consumer, I feel that keeping it for an eighth year is nostalgia and frugality gone awry. But as I write about in my book, “Telomere Timebombs”, there are some, like Irv Gordon, who can keep their cars running for 3 Million miles:

Is depression related to shorter telomeres in girls?

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The research in this field is tended to reject the link between depression and shorter telomeres but in recent years, the studies have been mixed with a greater number of studies showing an association (like this Epel study from the NHNES study data that I recently blogged about) whereas other show no correlation like this New Zealand study.