Telomere Lengthening in HumansNovember 25th, 2016
Recent discoveries in how telomeres work and how the telomerase enzyme can help to lengthen them have caused both controversy and excitement in the antiaging and medical fraternities. Initial animal studies have shown that people with shorter telomeres appear to live shorter lives with poorer health than those with longer telomeres. In this way, it has been concluded that having longer telomeres could mean living a longer, healthier life.
Regular customers of IAS will be familiar with the patented TA65® capsules available on www.antiaging-systems.com. These are all natural and plant based supplements that work to maintain and rebuild telomere length, which diminishes as people get older.
The exciting news is that the First Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Study to Show Telomere Lengthening in Humans has been conducted by T.A. Sciences using TA65 products on 97 men and women (53-87 years old) and shows for the first time, statistically significant lengthening of telomeres in humans.