What are telomeres & what do they have to do with aging?
Telomeres are the caps at the end of the DNA strand. Visualize the plastic cases that cap the end of shoelaces: This is what a telomere is like. Telomeres protect the chromosomes. Over time, telomeres shorten. This shortening can impact the cellular aging process.
Certain activities and factors can dramatically hasten the telomere’s natural degeneration, including:
- Severe stress
- Poor nutrition
- Lack of exercise
Nobel Prize-Winning Science Shows Hope for Telomere Repair
In 2009, a group of three scientists received the Nobel Prize for Physiology / Medicine for their work in discovering how an enzyme called telomerase can stop, slow, or even reverse age-related telomere shortening. Telomerase encourages cell longevity and health. This exciting development means that doctors can harness the power of telomerase as an effective anti-aging treatment for patients.
Reverse Aging Effects at the Cellular Level
Telomere shortening impacts the aging process at the cellular level. At Dallas Anti-Aging & Wellness, we utilize telomere therapy treatment to help our patients slow or reverse the effects of aging. This therapy can result in healthier skin, hair, and immune systems — in short, healthier and more robust and energetic lives.
TA-65® is a product from T.A. Sciences® that can support immune health and reverse cellular aging by stimulating telomerase enzymes and is only available from doctors licensed to distribute TA-65®, which is available at Dallas Anti-Aging & Wellness. These compounds are natural and plant based, and may help reverse telomere shortening caused by aging or other lifestyle factors. If you are interested in learning more about these treatment options, contact our Dallas anti-aging experts at Dallas Anti-Aging & Wellness.
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