Telomeres (Cell Aging)

Fight the aging process at the cellular level. Telomeres are structures on the ends of chromosomes, which protect the chromosome from deterioration. Long telomeres ensures chromosome stability during cellular replication. When we are born our telomeres are long, but they shorten with each cell cycle as cells continually divide. When telomeres are “critically short”, cells become senescent, unable to divide. So our cells are no longer able to regenerate and repair.


Short Telomeres Linked to Age-Related Diseases

  • Increased cancer incidence
  • Immune senescence
  • Liver cirrhosis
  • Pulmonary fibrosis
  • Bone marrow failure


Fortunately, we have Telomerase, an enzyme that can keep our telomeres long and ready to divide, therefore keeping our cells youthful. Telomerase is found naturally in stem cells. 

Telomere Treatments May Include:

  • Telomerase Activation
  • Targeted Nutritional Supplementation
  • Stem Cell Therapy

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