Your "Countdown Clock" is Ticking

Dear Health Conscious Reader,

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:

  • You can do things that speed up the loss of your telomeres. This accelerates how quickly you get old and frail.
  • And you can do things that slow the loss of your telomeres. This slows your countdown clock and extends your life.

You have control of the process.

Longer telomeres preserve younger cells, which means that not only do you live longer, you live younger longer.

Have a look at these study results:

  • 100-year-olds in good health had “significantly longer” telomeres than those with health problems.1
  • Your risk of heart attack increases the faster your telomeres break down. When researchers looked at people in perfect health who later died   heart disease, they found the death rate from heart attack was three times higher for men whose telomeres got short the fastest. The death rate for women was 2.3 times higher.2
  • People with shorter telomeres in their immune cells had twice the risk of death from heart failure as patients with the longest telomeres. The study, published by the American Heart Association, found the highest-risk group had telomeres half the length of the lowest-risk group.3

The message here is clear. When you preserve telomere length, you preserve life… and youth.

The discovery of the telomere may be the most significant discovery of the past 100 years.

It means we now understand the very mechanism by which you age. And we’ve found a simple 6-step process that helps you preserve your telomeres and extend your lifespan.

You’ll be in the front row as my team of leading anti-aging experts and I walk you through the process in my DVD called, “Telomeres: Nobel Prize Winning Breakthrough.”

Recently, a select group flew in   across the country to hear about the remarkable new advances in telomere biology.

At $500 a ticket and limited seating, it was an exclusive event. That’s why I hired a video production crew to film it. We wanted to make this something you could experience at home.

When you play the DVD, you’ll have the secrets behind the rejuvenating power of this Nobel Prize winning discovery. And I’ll show you 6 simple steps to take advantage of it – right away.

You’ll also hear   people who already see results.

In fact, my colleagues and I are personally undergoing this historic anti-aging treatment ourselves. We’ll share with you the changes they’ve seen in a matter of months – sharper vision to enhanced mental powers.

You’ll hear about people like Bob Hayes. At 82 he regularly runs 50-mile races, and outperforms competitors half his age.

And Helen Klein. She just broke the world record for marathoners aged 85-90, by over an hour.

The secret lies in an enzyme called telomerase. It turns on what I call your “immortality gene.” This protects your telomeres, and in some cases makes them longer.

Simply put, telomerase turns back the hands of time. It’s in every cell of your body, but it’s turned off. My 6-step strategy switches it back on.

It’s not just your lifespan we’re talking about here. Telomeres are dramatic indicators of your overall health.

And the prestigious journal Lancet backed up my 6 steps to switch on your immortality gene.4 Researchers discovered that the same lifestyle changes you’ll find in my “Telomeres: Nobel Prize Winning Breakthrough” DVD can boost your telomerase levels by 29 percent.

You can see just how important your “immortality gene” is to your life and health. You really can “switch it on.”

Find out what you can do to start “growing younger” right in your own home.

You can watch it risk-free. Just slide it into your DVD player and press “play.” If you don’t agree it’s the most remarkable discovery of our lifetime, or that it puts you in complete control of your own lifespan, simply return it for a full refund. No questions asked.

I recommend you pick up your copy today…

To Your Good Health,

Al Sears, MD

  1. Delara et al. “Association of Longer Telomeres With Better Health in Centenarians.” The Journals of Gerontology Series A: Biological Sciences and Medical Sciences. 208. 63:809-812.
  2. Cathryn Delude in “Genetic clues to predicting life span: Inside chromosomes are telomeres that age as we age, and may serve as indicators of how long we’ll live.” Los Angeles Times. March 2, 2009.
  3. Farzaneh-Fal et al. “Prognostic Value of Leukocyte Telomere Length in Patients With Stable Coronary Artery Disease: Data  the Heart and Soul Study.” Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis & Vascular Biology. 2008. 28(7):1379-1384.
  4. Ornish et al. “Increased telomerase activity and comprehensive lifestyle changes: a pilot study.” The Lancet Oncology. 2008. 9(11):1048-1057.