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      Monday, October 31, 2011

      Telomeres products

        The science of anti aging has made remarkable progress in the last decade. What once seemed to be a an unachievable goal is now within our grasp. The fountain of youth is no fountain, it’s science! Anti aging products are starting to appear all over, but like everything else, some are good and some worthless. So it helps to be aware of the science behind these products. Telomeres were recently popularized - and legitimized - by a Nobel Prize winning team of scientists. Research on telomeres and aging has led to an ingredient called teprenone (sometimes marketed under the name of Renovage) cropping up in anti-aging potions and lotions. So how do telomeres work? If DNA is broken there are two options after the cell cycle is stopped: Repair or death. If cells divided without telomeres, they would lose the end of their chromosomes, and the necessary information it contains. They are often described as being like the tips on the ends of shoelaces that stop them unraveling. Telomeres shorten every time a cell divides. When they become very short, they trigger cell crisis and cell death. As we know, cells can only replicate a limited number of times – a phenomena called the Hayflick Limit. In cosmetics, the objective not to lengthen the teleomeres, stabilize them so that at least they won’t shorten. Maintaining telomere length extends, we are told, the Hayflick Limit by one third. The main telomerase activator in telomeres products is a molecule called TA-65. TA-65 is derived from the Chinese herb Astragalus. You can’t just take the herb, it has to be concentrated so much, you could not possibly take that much of it to get the amount of TA-65 needed for telomerase activation. That is why TA-65 is expensive and hard to come by at this point in time. Like everything else, prices should come down as technology and possible other sources of TA-65 are found. This is cutting edge as it not only stops the erosion of the chomosomes, it actually extends them! This is what appears to be true life extension.