Article by Maggi Cameron
by Maggi Cameron AABTh; CIDESCO (Zurich); ITEC (London) SPCP(USA)
HOW CAN WE REVERSE TELOMER SHORTENING?
1. Telomerase is a naturally occurring enzyme that causes Telomeres to lengthen.
2. A Gene able to produce Telomerase is present in every cell in our bodies.
3. Telomerase Production can be switched on by substances known as ‘Telomerase Inducers or Activators’.
4. Product B is a Nutraceutical containing substances that have been proven to be ‘Telomerase Activators’
5. A Nutraceutical is a food or food product that provides health and medical benefits.
6. Turning on telomerase and lengthening telomeres will reverse the symptoms of old age. (Dr Bill Andrews PhD.)
Any form of oxidative stress, including Psychological Stress, Telomere shortening. This explains why some people who have always been physically fit and healthy can still die at a young age. So any oxidative stress you may have experienced in the past due to any of the above factors has already accelerated the shortening of your Telomeres, and you will die sooner than you would have if you had not experienced those periods of increased oxidative stress.
The Science is very clear: When your Telomeres shorten to 5000 nucleotides long, DEATH IS IMMINENT!. No one escapes this fact.
Conditions and Diseases of Telomere Shortening.
"Telomere shortening plays a role in a vast number of diseases," says Dr. Bill Andrews. "We see telomere shortening as a primary culprit in diseases from osteoporosis or atherosclerosis to ageing itself. Any diseases you're more likely to suffer from at age 70 than at age 30 will probably have something to do with telomere shortening. Including: Atherosclerosis, Alzheimer’s, Cancer, Osteoarthritis, Skin Aging, Macular Degeneration, Liver Cirrhosis, Muscular Dystrophy, General Immunity, Diabetes, Cell & Tissue Transplants AIDS, Progeria, Downs Syndrome, Dyskeratosis Congenita, Cri du Chat Syndrome, Fanconis Anemia, Tuberous Sclerosis, Werners Syndrome, Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis,”
Proof of Concept : 1. Telomerizing cells abolished the normal Hayflick Limit. (Human cells normally senesce; i.e. Human cells grown in culture in ideal conditions, will only divide a given number of times and then they become old and stop dividing. The number of divisions is known as the Hayflick Limit for that particular cell. When the cells were Telomerized they kept dividing forever. The cells became immortal.)
2. Old Mice became Young Again. (Nature journal 28th November, 2010)
A team of scientists at Harvard Medical School led by Dr. Ronald DePinho published research demonstrating for the first time that: ‘Turning on telomerase and lengthening telomeres will reverse the symptoms of old age in a living animal.’ The team found that this treatment successfully decreased the abundance of cells with critically short telomeres in these mice. More significantly, this allowed resumption of cell proliferation, and eliminated the symptoms of degeneration across multiple organs, including the testes, spleens, and intestines. It also reversed neurodegeneration in the mice, causing proliferation of new neurons and increasing the animals' brain weight.
Dr Bill Andrews stated: “These were results that, if seen in elderly humans, would constitute a successful reversal of the aging process. Just as telomerase activation reversed degeneration in the organs of these mice, we expect that it can do the same for humans. Telomerase activation technology promises to be the most significant advance in human health since germ theory."
3. Human responses to consuming Nutraceutical Telomerase Activators. Many case studies are available from Doctors who have been consuming Nutraceutical Telomerase Activators and who have been prescribed them to patients.
Product B is a new 100% natural Nutraceutical Telomerase Activator. and is available in Australia, New Zealand Those already taking the Product B dietary supplement which contains Antioxidants plus Telomerase Activators, have reported positive results.
28 Jan 2012
Article/Information supplied by Maggi Cameron
Disclaimer - Any general advice given in any article should not be relied upon and should not be taken as a substitute for visiting a qualified medical Doctor.