I Just Got My Results…

I’m 54 years old… but according to my test results I have the heart of a 30-year old and the lungs of a 25-year old.
There’s one thing I credit for building a young heart and lungs above all others.
Very few doctors know about this revolutionary breakthrough. It uses Nobel Prize-winning research to reset your biological clock.

I Thought This Would Happen…

There’s a very small group of people using a new secret to help reset their “biological ages.” They are getting “biologically younger,” and their blood tests show astounding results when tested for their biological ages.
This technology, based on a Nobel-Prize-winning breakthrough, could put you in this very exclusive company.
I should know. I’m one of them.

Your "Countdown Clock" is Ticking

Your “countdown clock” is ticking…
When it ticks down to zero, your life comes to an end.
The good news is that it’s possible to add more time to your countdown clock and extend your life by years or even decades.
These “clocks” are strands of genetic material that sit on the end of each chromosome. Called telomeres, these strands get shorter as you age.
Here’s what you need to know:

Get Younger Skin and Erase Wrinkles with Breakthrough Technology

The telomere 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.
In fact, the discovery of telomeres just won the 2009 Nobel Prize in Medicine.
I’ve been researching the power of telomeres for years now. I’m the first physician ever licensed to administer TA-65 – the only commercially available treatment that lengthens human telomeres. TA-65 is the most dramatic advance in the world of life extension.

Space-Age Discovery Adds 10 Years to Your Life

You know stress hurts. You worry, you feel anxious… you lose sleep. That’s old news. But now, through the discovery of telomeres, we can actually measure the effects of stress. And the wear and tear is more distressing than we even imagined.
Researchers at the University of California discovered that stress speeds up aging.1 This makes your cells die before their time – and produces all the terrible effects we think of as aging.