Dr. Sears Predicts Nobel Prize Winner… One Year Before it Happened

Dear Health Conscious Reader,

I’m no clairvoyant, but this is one time I predicted something and actually got it right. And I have it recorded.

During my telomere conference I said Elizabeth Blackburn should win a Nobel Prize for her discovery of the telomere, the “caps” at the end of chromosomes. That was October of last year.

Then on October 5th – almost one year ago to the day – the Nobel Prize in medicine was awarded to Elizabeth Blackburn and her colleagues for their research on telomeres.

Let me be clear: The science of telomere biology is the most important discovery in human history. We now understand the mechanism of aging and how to influence it. Life on this planet will never be the same.

If you’re a regular reader you know each time your cells divide, your telomeres get shorter. When your telomeres run down, cell division stops and your life ends.

Slowing the loss of your telomeres lengthens your life, keeps your cells younger and protects you from chronic diseases like heart disease and cancer.

Here’s the good news: Telomere technology is not years or decades away.

It’s available to you right now.

There are concrete ways to slow the shortening of your telomeres. You don’t need to wait years for a drug to appear.

Watch the now historic telomere conference right now. In it I show you exactly how to protect your telomeres and extend your health span. The solutions are simple and inexpensive. And they work.

Click here and see it for yourself.

To Your Good Health,

Al Sears, MD

P.S. – My comment about Elizabeth winning the Nobel Prize starts around 16 minutes and 20 seconds into the DVD.