Decide Which Genes You Turn On…

Dear Health Conscious Reader,

I have some exciting news…

You have the power to decide which of your genes are “turned on.”

This means there’s no need for worry about your family history or whether good health “runs in your family.” For the first time, you decide which genetic codes are played out.

So, instead of sitting around hoping you inherited “good genes,” you can play an active role in your own future by turning on the genes that promote longevity – and turning off the genes that tell your cells to die.

You are about to take part in the exciting new field called “nutritional engineering.”

Imagine Your Golden Years…

When you visualize your future, what do you see? Are you playing tennis with your grandkids, or stuck in a nursing home watching TV?

The difference may be as easy as switching on the genes that keep you young and active.

In this letter, I’ll show you how it works and exactly what you can do to take advantage of this latest medical breakthrough.

Switch on the Good… Turn off the Bad… Resveratrol Lets You Choose Which Genes to Express and Which to Leave Silent

Some of the good anti-aging genes that get “switched on” with resveratrol are genes that:

  • Promote normal cell activity.*
  • Maintain healthy DNA.*
  • Enable insulin to assist glucose uptake into cells (promotes healthy glucose metabolism…)*
  • Help maintain cholesterol levels that are already within the normal range.*

Some of the bad genes that get “switched off” with resveratrol are genes that:

  • Effect production of low density lipoproteins or LDL.
  • Override normal patterns regulating cell division (cuts off your body’s ability to regulate healthy cell production…)
  • Encourage production of insulin and inflammation.
  • Interfere with apoptosis.


Put the Brakes on Aging…

New research uncovered a gene that increases lifespan dramatically. Every living thing on earth carries this gene – including you. And there’s a nutrient that “turns it on.”

Modern science first discovered evidence of this “longevity gene” 20 years ago. It’s activated by a technique called caloric restriction. Researchers found that giving mice a nutritionally balanced diet with very few calories increased their lifespan.

Later studies revealed this effect wasn’t limited to mice: Calorie-restricted diets produced similar results across the board, from single-celled organisms to plants and mammals.

It wasn’t until recently that they found an explanation. They isolated a family of life-protecting genes called sirtuins (“silent information regulator proteins”). Sirtuins kick in under conditions of severe stress, bringing about a miraculous transformation.

They transmit signals to every cell in your body that literally cancel out the effects of aging. The process that leads cell death to slow to a crawl, buying your body more time to repair the DNA damage that brings life to an end.

This sounds great, but keep in mind that caloric restriction brings your daily calorie intake down to near starvation levels. Not exactly the kind of diet you can stick to.

The problem stumped scientists for years: How to “wake up” sleeping sirtuin genes (without caloric restriction)… Now we know these genes can be awakened and called upon to change your body in the course of a single lifetime – safely and naturally.

Aging Genes: Here’s the Good News…

You don’t have to starve yourself to switch on your longevity gene. You can activate it with a simple nutrient. It’s called resveratrol.*

Resveratrol shifts your cells into high gear, stimulating them to perform a variety of activities that promote health and longevity.*

Resveratrol also acts as a potent antioxidant, binding with “free radicals,” the molecules that cause cell damage and lead to death over time. And its power to enhance and prolong your life goes way beyond anti-aging. You could even say it’s nature’s wonder drug.*

During recent studies, resveratrol excelled across the board. Some of its benefits include:1

  • Promoting healthy glucose metabolism and optimal body weight.*
  • Supporting cardiovascular health.*
  • Enhanced mitochondrial energy production (the mitochondria are the tiny power plants inside each of your cells…)*
  • Improved motor function, including balance and coordination.*

That last benefit is worth repeating… Resveratrol improves your quality of life, by boosting your physical abilities. You would expect these daily skills to decline as you get older, right? Wrong. During the test of balance and coordination, those taking resveratrol made steady improvement as they aged.*

Resveratrol is found naturally in grapes, blueberries, cranberries, and other plants also make it. But it’s difficult – if not impossible – to get enough of it to create an anti-aging effect from food alone.

That’s why I tell my patients it’s possible to…

Turn Back Your Aging Clock With Powerful Antioxidants

Reseveratrol is a powerful, “high capacity” antioxidant. Not only does it protect the cells in your body from early death, it triggers the activation of your anti-aging genes.*

I’m sure you’ve heard of antioxidants. People throw that term around all the time. But they seldom tell you what they really are… or why you really need them.

Antioxidants protect every cell, tissue and organ in your body – keeping them healthier, longer. It’s just like a sandwich. If you leave it on the counter, the air makes the bread stale. And if you leave it out for a few days, the meat and cheese go rotten. (This destructive process is called oxidation. Oxidation is carried out by free radicals.)

But seal it in a zip-lock bag and throw it in the fridge, and it stays good for weeks. Your body is the same… Give your cells the right antioxidant protection and your body will last years – even decades – longer.*

Resveratrol is a major breakthrough. There’s no doubt about it… But there’s more to antioxidants. In fact, when you combine resveratrol with two powerful allies, you get a formula capable of real transformation.

And that’s exactly what I did…

I Matched Resveratrol With Two Powerhouse Antioxidants

Not content to simply offer you the mighty power of resveratrol on its own, I added EGCG (green tea extract) and SOD (the most potent antioxidant your body makes on its own).

By now, I’m sure you’ve heard about green tea. Clinical testing continues to amaze the medical world. It’s one of nature’s great gifts.

But green tea is not always pleasant to drink. It has a bitter taste that most people shy away from. Even worse, you’d have to drink 6 to 8 cups (or more) a day to get the real anti-aging benefits.

I added green tea’s active ingredient (EGCG) in a dose that gives you the most effective anti-aging protection – without the bitterness.*

The studies prove it. Green tea extract:2,3,4,5

  • Zaps harmful free radicals.*
  • Promotes joint comfort and mobility.*
  • Supports healthy DNA, leaving cells stable and healthy.*
  • Boosts your exercise capacity by up to 30%.*
  • Is 25 to 100 times more potent than vitamins C and E.*
  • Wards off the problems that come with aging.*

Green tea is so powerful, it’s even recognized by the FDA. They recently approved the first prescription drug using a green tea extract called Veregen™.

Aging Genes: Activate the Genetic Pathways That Keep You Healthy Longer…

Green tea helps prevent your body’s cells from becoming damaged and prematurely aged. And like resveratrol, EGCG activates the genetic pathways that allow for a younger, healthier body.*

Studies back this up… A Boston University Medical School research team found that EGCG affects gene expression and promotes normal cell growth.6

Another study published in Phytotherapy Research details the remarkable ability of EGCG to maintain healthy arterial circulation.7

EGCG does it by beneficially altering the genetic coding of your LDL receptors.* That sounds a little complicated, but it’s easy to understand…

The cells in the lining of your blood vessels have receptors for LDL (the “bad” cholesterol).

EGCG changes the way your cells interact with LDL, making blood vessels resistant to LDL’s negative effects.*

Plus, all the chemicals and toxins in your environment – like dioxins, some PCBs, and some polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons – cause their damaging effects through the molecular pathway. Green tea shuts that pathway down.*

EGCG stops the ability of dangerous toxins to do their damage.*

Unleash Your Body’s “Master Guardian”

SOD – the third element in my super-antioxidant formula – is the most powerful antioxidant your body has. Antioxidants that come from vitamins and food sources pale in comparison. SOD is the “master guardian” of your body’s immune system and is your number one primary antioxidant.*

It’s so vital, production of SOD starts when you’re in the womb. In one study, genetically engineered mice whose bodies couldn’t make their own SOD died in just days from massive free radical damage.8

You see, antioxidants come from two places, your body and your diet. The ones your body can make – like SOD – are the primary antioxidants and the most powerful. Secondary antioxidants are the ones you get from your diet or supplements like CoQ10, vitamin E, etc.


SOD: Your Body’s Most Powerful Antioxidant

Antioxidant Protection Level
Primary Antioxidants  
SOD Highest
Catalase Exceptional
Glutathione Peroxidase (Gpx) Exceptional
Secondary Antioxidants  
Glutathione, CoQ10 Very Strong
Carotenoids, Vitamin E Strong
Flavinoids, Vitamins A, C Strong
Minerals, Proteins Moderate

Now you have access to the three most powerful antioxidants on the planet – all in one place. These are the active nutrients that switch on your anti-aging genes – and shut down the pathways that lead to cell death and old age.*

Remember back in the old days when doctors used to tell you that some people have “good genes” and others don’t? And that your chances of getting sick all depended on something you couldn’t change?

We know now that only part of that statement is true. Your genetic coding plays a vital role in the future of your own body. But you can definitely do something about it!

You now have the power to decide for yourself which genetic pathways are expressed.

It’s Your Choice…

If you do nothing, you leave your future to chance and heredity. In that case, it’s very possible your family history will take over and become a reality.

When you take RES-3, you have the opportunity to make a difference. By taking RES-3, you give your body the ammunition it needs to pull the right switches and shut down the problem areas.

RES-3 may be the most affordable “insurance policy” you’ll ever find. What better way to prevent a tragedy? And unlike most insurance policies, RES-3 pays big dividends. You’ll be rewarded with better health, longer life and best of all… freedom, strength and mobility as you age.

I stand behind RES-3. If you don’t feel the results, send it back and I’ll refund your money.

Now you have the power to control your own genetic code.

Click here to get RES-6 now.

To Your Good Health,

Al Sears, MD

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