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Reversing Alzheimer’s by Lengthening Telomeres

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    Peter
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    At first, only trivial amounts of beta amyloid begin to accumulate in small aggregates, but then they grow larger, gathering into huge amyloid plaques.

    [See the full post at: Reversing Alzheimer’s by Lengthening Telomeres]

    #28919
    Brad Arnold
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    “There are telomere lengthening compounds available right now for use in research labs. They are not currently available for human use”

    This is simply not the case. While BioViva’s approach may be more powerful, there are at least two compounds that I know of that are scientifically proven to increase telomere strands.

    The obvious one is TA-65, but it cost around 200 dollars per month:

    https://www.tasciences.com/what-is-ta-65/

    A cheaper but less effective is ALA, which costs around ten dollars per month:

    http://www.news-medical.net/news/20150824/Alpha-lipoic-acid-can-stimulate-telomerase-with-positive-effects-in-mouse-model-of-atherosclerosis.aspx

    Honestly, clean living ought to do the trick too, but upwards of 80 all bets are off.

    #28920
    Steve
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    Brad to clarify what I was talking about were compounds used in labs to induce telomerase that are many times more powerful than things like TA65, product B etc… These compounds are most certainly not available for human use so apologies if the wording seems to imply there are no inducers available.

    To give you an idea of the scale Dr Fossel reckons TA65 is about 5% of the strength needed, TAM818 is about 16% by Dr Andrews calculations. The bioviva method is considerably more powerful than this as it adds a duplicate of the hTERT gene.

    Anyway I hope you enjoyed what Dr Fossel had to say.

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