I wrote a book encouraging people to increase their telomerase activity. So did a Nobel Prize winner. I recommend getting help with telomerase activators. She did not.
I have not watched the entire Blackburn interview but if you are so inclined, have at it:
She is not looking any younger but does give an account of playing with ants as a girl in Australia.
Alternatively, you could look at the other Google Alerts for today about telomeres showing that protecting them reduces aging whereas permitting telomere recombination ages them:
For tonight, I’ll let someone else do the heavy lifting. Dr. Joe Dispenza did a great job writing this article.
I have discussed this topic before, both with regard to lobsters and Dr. Blackburn’s study of men with prostate cancer.
I did a mini-editorial about a TIME magazine article quoting Blackburn, the Nobel Prize-winner for the discover of telomerase. It generated some interesting comments which went a lot farther than I did.
For today’s #PhilanthropyFriday, let’s talk about what makes us centered, grounded, and flowing. It is the union of thought and breath in a properly aligned body, free of constricted flow.
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