Telomeres

On Oct. 26, 2008, people from  all over the country attended my first ever conference on telomeres (pronounced tell-o-meers).

Surrounded by some of the world’s most recognized, cutting-edge researchers in the field, we shared how telomeres are the key to aging. And everyone who witnessed the event walked away with the ability to control their aging clock and add years of abundant health to their lives.

Telomeres are the “time keepers” attached to every strand of your DNA. They’re critical to youthful cell function. But each time your cells divide, your telomeres get shorter. When your telomeres run down, cell division stops and your life ends.

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 telomeres activation therapy – the only commercially available treatment that lengthens human telomeres. Telomeres activation therapy is the most dramatic advance in the world of life extension.