- Telomeres: “The Next Cholesterol”
If you haven’t already, you will be hearing a lot in the coming years about telomeres—a part of our cellular anatomy that holds dramatic new information about the trajectory of our health and may turn out to provide the single most important biomarker of aging.
- “Sitting Too Much? You May Be Shortening Your Telomeres (and Your Life)”
- Centenarians & Telomeres
- Meditation, Stress, Exercise, and Telomeres
- Methylation and other Natural T-Activators
- Low Level Laser Therapy and Telomeres
- mRna, Addit, Gene Therapy (AAV) and Telomeres – Liz Parrish (BioViva, Patient Zero)
IT’S TIME TO SLOW DOWN AGING
“According to some estimates, slowing the rate of aging just enough to postpone the age of onset of multiple age-related chronic diseases by two to three years would save hundreds of billions of dollars in health care costs.
Furthermore, lowering age-specific mortality rates from multiple causes by slowing the rate of aging may be easier to achieve than lowering them to the same extent by developing a separate, more specific intervention for each of a multitude of age-related life-threatening diseases of which atherosclerotic heart disease, cancer, stroke, lung infections, and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease are among the most common.“
(Richard Cawthon, M.D, Ph.D., Genetics)
Credits from “Can We Turn Back the Clock” Parts 1-8:
Dr. Josh Mitteldorf –
Ph.D. Astrophysics, Professor of Evolutionary Biology, co-author of the set to be released book: “Cracking the Aging Code”, he taught statistics, physics, math, astronomy, evolution at the following Universities:
Dr. Richard Cawthon –
M.D., Ph.D., Human Genetics, University of Utah School of Medicine (Studies Aging and Longevity)
Dr. Michael Fossel –
M.D., Ph.D. Neurobiology, Stanford, MA Psychology, Wesleyan University, Founder of Rejuvenation Research (Publication), former Professor of Clinical Medicine at Michigan University (30 years), Teacher of “Biology of Aging” at Michigan University, Author of the brand new book “The Telomerase Revolution” (2015), “The Immortality Edge” (2010 –Co-Author), “Reversing Human Aging” (1996), and the Academic Textbook “Cells, Aging, and Human Disease” (2004)
Dr. Michael D. West –
Ph.D. Biology of Cellular Aging, Baylor College of Medicine, CEO BioTime Inc, Former Founder and first CEO of Geron (Stem Cells and Telomeres), Former President and CSO at Advanced Cell Technology Inc.
Dr. Al Sears –
M.D. , Internal Medicine, Neurology, Psychiatry, and Physical Medicine, University of South Florida College of Medicine, Founder of the Center for Health and Wellness (Integrative Medicine and Anti-Aging Facility in Royal Palm Beach, Florida), Pioneer (Board-certified) Anti-Aging Medicine, First US Doctor Licensed to Administer a Telomerase Activating Supplement (TA-65, Geron), Expert in Ayurvedic Medicine and Herbology.
Dr. Ed Park –
M.D., an expert on Telomerase activation. In 1989, he graduated from Harvard University with a BA degree in Biological Anthropology. In 1993, he received his MD degree from Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons, and a Master’s degree in Public Health also from Columbia. In 1997, he completed internship and residency at Beth Israel Hospital, a teaching hospital of the Harvard Medical School. He is the author of Telomere Timebombs,(3) and his private practice is located in Costa Mesa, California.
Dr. Dave Woynarowski –
M.D., Temple Medical School, Biology, Anti-Aging Medicine, Co-Author “The Immortality Edge (2010)
Personal Telomeromics: “Can You Turn Back the Clock” Series Links