Regrow your Telomeres with TA-65
Christina Parker, ARNP is one of the few healthcare providers in the United States that is certified to prescribe TA-65!
So what are Telomeres?
Telomeres are the caps at the end of each strand of DNA that protect it,
like the plastic tips at the end of shoelaces. Telomeres shorten each
time a cell divides and act as a clock that signals cells to age.
Eventually telomeres become so short that the DNA is unprotected and
cells stop functioning or die.
DNA makes up all of the cells in our body. It is the
genetic material that makes us who we are. And every tissue in our body
(skin, liver, heart, etc.) is made up of cells. So, telomeres are vital
to our health.
Our cells replenish by copying themselves. This happens constantly
throughout our lives. Telomeres get shorter each time a cell copies
itself, but the important DNA stays intact.
Eventually, telomeres get too short to do their job, causing our cells to age and stop functioning properly. Therefore, telomeres act as the aging clock in every cell.
Telomeres are shortened as we age, but telomeres can also be shortened by stress, smoking, obesity, lack of exercise and a poor diet.
Short telomeres are connected to premature cellular aging.
Telomere shortening is involved in all aspects of the aging process on a cellular level. Telomere length represents our biological age as opposed to our chronological age.
Many scientific studies have shown a strong connection between short telomeres and cellular aging.
For example, the immune system, which normally weakens as we age, is highly sensitive to shortening of telomeres. In addition, a 2007 study found that short telomeres were associated with decreases in bone mineral density in women.
TA-65 is a patented, all natural, plant-based compound which can help maintain or rebuild telomeres, that diminish as people get older.