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We are not machines

We often think of our bodies as though they were machines.

But machines break down with usage, primarily due to friction.

In contradistinction, your body improves with overuse.  That is to say, more exercise makes your body stronger.  Do you know why?

Exercise activates telomerase

It is because exercise activates telomerase, just like taking TA-65!


Elizabeth Blackburn, PhD- Nobel Prize winner 2009

Nobel Prize winner, Dr. Elizabeth Blackburn, studied men with prostate cancer and showed that their telomerase activity could be increased by just three months of these healthy behaviors:

1) a diet of low fat, whole foods such as fruits, vegetables, unrefined grains, and legumes, which was also low in refined carbohydrates

2) moderate aerobic exercise (walking 30 minutes/day, 6 days/week)

3) stress management (gentle yoga-based stretching, breathing, meditation, imagery, and progressive relaxation techniques 60 minutes/day, 6 days/week), and a 1-hour group support session, once per week

4) Taking supplements of soy, fish oil, vitamin E, selenium, and vitamin C

Dr. Blackburn’s research suggests that healthy lifestyle choices may be acting via one final common pathway: telomerase activation.  And now, there is a safe way to activate telomerase that over 1,000 people have taken since 2005.

——————— Nature’s experiments ——————–

Not convinced? Consider Nature’s experiment of people completely devoid of telomerase activation, a disease called Dyskeratosis Congenita. Those kids die by age 12 of age-related illnesses such as heart attacks and cancer (N.B. their cancers suggest that chromosomal damage from telomere instability causes cancer, not telomerase activation as the naysayers of TA-65 say, unencumbered by data or a sound theoretical basis.)

Dyskeratosis Congenita suggests that your life expectancy without any telomerase activation is a meager 12 years. The fact is, the more telomerase activity you can muster, the better.

Two other validations of improved longevity being associated with increased telomerase activity come from Ashkenazi Jews who lived to 100 and trees that lived to 5,000 years .

I believe that the other major theories of aging, such as intracellular junk and oxidative damage, are off the mark.  But you might cry foul and tell me:  “Dr. Park, ‘when all you have is a hammer, everything looks like a nail.’ Aging isn’t all attributable to the telomeres and the only reason you think so is because you’re selling TA-65.”

But I would reply that with 92 nails per cell (i.e. telomere caps) and the need to copy and protect them 4.8 trillion times a day, you had better have a lot of hammers at work. The experiments of a Nobel Prize winner AND Mother Nature, as well as the benefits that we, the TA-65 pioneers, have enjoyed, all suggest that telomerase activation is strongly associated with healthier lifestyles and healthier living.

When all you have is nails, you better have a lot of hammers

Taking TA-65 is a safe and natural way to increase your telomerase activity and we believe that is a good thing.   Call me if you would like to join our revolution against aging because “the proof of the pudding is in the eating” and the only way you’ll ever be truly convinced is to what I did: try it yourself.

2 thoughts on “We are not machines”

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