It’s a fact of life – we all get older. The real challenge is how we age. And I want to make sure my “golden years” – and those of all my patients – really are golden.
That means I intend to keep the power to make my own decisions, and the power to stay free, mobile and independent.
For as long as I’m alive.
I want to show the world a “can do” person, who is always on the move and never misses an opportunity to enjoy life.
It may sound overly optimistic, but I’m already doing it – and I’ve also shown hundreds of my patients how they can do it, too.
Today, I’m going to show you how to do the same.
You see, I’m not injecting myself with steroids or chugging gallons of some strange elixir. I’m simply taking a blend of potent nutrients that have been proven to support the length of your telomeres.
If you’re not a regular reader, you need to know that telomeres are the bits of DNA at the end of each chromosome. You have them in every cell of your body. And the shorter they get, the older you look, the slower you become and the worse you feel.
But when you prevent your telomeres from getting shorter – and actually make them longer – you give yourself the ability to program your body to create younger cells.
This is a whole new category of technology and a whole new category of nutritional supplementation.
That’s why the protection and preservation of your telomeres is the primary goal of my Nutritional Pyramid and supplementation programs – not mention one of the key focus areas at my wellness clinic.
Yet, it concerns me deeply that in our system of mainstream medicine, telomere technology is still going unnoticed by most doctors.
You’ll never hear anything about disease prevention, or extending your “health span” from the medical establishment.
That’s because keeping you energized and excited about life isn’t profitable.
And that’s typical of the drugs and surgery model. Plain and simple, they support the options that generate the biggest profits.
But even some anti-aging doctors are still in the dark.
After I presented my discoveries at the recent World Congress on Anti-Aging in Las Vegas, I was immediately mobbed by the doctors who fired off question after question. They were ALL hungry to know more.
I’ll tell you what I told the standing-room only crowd of M.D.s at the conference:
It doesn’t matter how old you are, or how you’re feeling right now.
Supporting your telomeres is the first REAL solution to aging itself.
And, in 2015, we have a lot more science to back up the danger of short telomeres:
- Short telomeres drive dysfunction in heart and artery cells…1
- Those with shorter telomeres are more prone to obesity, diabetes and high blood pressure…2
- Short telomeres increase risk for pancreatic cancer, prostate cancer and many others…3
- Shorter telomeres mean an earlier death, regardless of age, sex, or lifestyle…4
And we have a LOT more evidence for what maintaining your telomeres can do. Here’s just a small sample:
- Increasing telomere length helps fight against almost all diseases of aging…5
- People with the longest telomeres have a 54% lower risk of heart disease…6
- Women with the longest telomeres have the lowest risk for breast cancer…7
- Longer telomeres protect the brain from aging and dementia…8
- People with longer telomeres are happier and have a better outlook on life…9
Maybe that’s why at 58, I feel like a kid again … a kid with both hands in the “cookie jar.”
Using telomere technology feels that good.
It delivers the rush of excitement and unbridled optimism you used to feel as a kid when you got to do something fun, cool, and exciting.
It’s a feeling of energy, optimism and vitality all rolled into one. The feeling that your whole future is ahead of you, and you’re pumped up about all the new and fun things you’ll be able to do.
There’s nothing else like it.
As you know, I’ve been taking a telomere maintenance formula that has sent my energy and stamina through the roof. I can document from my own blood tests that the length of my telomeres correlates more to someone in their 30s than to someone pushing 60.
Twelve months ago, when I launched this new version of my formula, it was without a doubt the best anti-aging supplement ever.
The proof of its extraordinary benefits is the spring in the step of so many of my patients.
But over the past year, I’ve uncovered NEW research that pushed me to make this formula even better.
On Friday, I’m launching the new version… The next generation.
It’s even more powerful, with even more potent telomere technology.
I’ve been working on ways to make it more concentrated, with even more telomere support and antioxidant power.
- First, I added NASA’s secret to keeping longer telomeres. (They discovered the telomeres of astronauts get shorter faster, and found a specific mineral to reverse it.)
- I added the “youth mineral” that flips the telomerase switch, the enzyme that rebuilds the telomere.
- And I added the nutrients that fight the number one inflammatory enemy of the telomere. (Just this one addition can preserve your telomeres by up to 500%.)
I’ve been using this new formula with select patients over the last year. And I couldn’t be happier with the results.
I’ll share one of my success stories with you on Friday.
This third-generation formula is light years ahead of anything else you can find. It has all of the key telomere supporting nutrients, at just the right doses, that I can possibly put into one supplement.
To Your Good Health,
Al Sears, MD
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2. Révész D, Milaneschi Y, Verhoeven J, Penninx B. “Telomere length as a marker of cellular aging is associated with prevalence and progression of metabolic syndrome.” J Clin Endocrinol Metab. 2014;99(12):4607-15.
3. Skinner H, Gangnon R, Litzelman K, Johnson R, Chari S, Petersen G, Boardman L. “Telomere length and pancreatic cancer: a case-control study.” Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers Prev. 2012;21(11):2095-100.
4. Bojesen S. “Telomeres and human health.” J Intern Med. 2013;274(5):399-413.
5. Gomez D, Armando R, Farina H, Menna P, Cerrudo C, Ghiringhelli P, Alonso D. “Telomere structure and telomerase in health and disease (review).” Int J Oncol. 2012;41(5):1561-9.
6. Haycock P, Heydon E, Kaptoge S, Butterworth A, Thompson A, Willeit P. “Leucocyte telomere length and risk of cardiovascular disease: systematic review and meta-analysis.” BMJ. 2014;349:g4227.
7. Qu S, et. al. “Association of leukocyte telomere length with breast cancer risk: nested case-control findings from the Shanghai Women’s Health Study.” Am J Epidemiol. 2013;177(7):617-24.
8. Yaffe K, et. al. “Telomere length and cognitive function in community-dwelling elders: findings from the Health ABC Study.” Neurobiol Aging. 2011;32(11):2055-60.
9. Uchino B, et. alo. “Social relationships and health: is feeling positive, negative, or both (ambivalent) about your social ties related to telomeres?” Health Psychol. 2012;31(6):789-96.