6 Simple Steps to Activate Your Anti-aging Gene—Right Away!
Switch on Your “Immortality” Gene
. . . without ever being “housebound” because of old age.
Now imagine a cutting-edge technology that works with your body to2. . .
That technology has finally arrived.
It’s called TA-65. Simply put, it’s the greatest breakthrough in the history of anti-aging medicine.
You’re Invited to the Anti-Aging Event of the Year
Last October a select group flew in from across the country to hear about the new TA-65 science—from Dr. Sears himself. With good reason: he’s the first doctor in the US licensed to provide TA-65 to the public.
At $500 a ticket, it was a pretty exclusive event. That’s why Dr. Sears hired a top-flight video production crew to film it. He wanted to be able to bring the latest in anti-aging science . . . right into your living room.
Consider this a formal invitation to Dr. Sears’s TA-65 Seminar. Show up whenever you want—with the push of a button. No need for a plane ticket or the cost of a hotel.
Not only will you have in hand the secrets behind TA-65’s rejuvenating power. Dr. Sears shows you 6 simple steps to activate your anti-aging gene—right away.
You’ll also hear from people whose immortality gene is already “switched on.”
In fact, Dr. Sears and his colleagues are personally undergoing this historic anti-aging treatment themselves. They’ll share with you the changes they’ve seen in a matter of months, from sharper vision to enhanced mental powers.
You’ll hear about people like Bob Hayes. At 82 he regularly runs 50-mile races—and bests competitors half his age.
Or Helen Klein. She just broke the world record for marathoners aged 85-90—by over an hour.
You’ll learn the secret to their health and longevity from one of the leading anti-aging researchers in the country, Dr Bill Andrews.
And you’ll discover what one of the top anti-aging specialists calls “the single most promising approach to reversing the effects of aging.”3
Unleash TA-65’s Life-Giving Power
TA-65’s immortalizing power lies in a genetic structure called the telomere. It’s the mechanism that controls aging. It’s also the key to total health.
What are your telomeres? They’re protective tips that cap the ends of your DNA:
Each time your cells divide, your telomeres get shorter. When your telomeres run down, cell division stops and your life ends.
For the first time in history, we can halt and even reverse this process.
The secret lies in an enzyme called telomerase. Telomerase makes your telomeres longer. That means your cells actually get younger as time goes by!
Simply put, telomerase turns back the hands of time. It’s in every cell of your body —but the gene that makes it turns off as you age. TA-65 switches it on back on.
It’s not just your lifespan we’re talking about here. Telomeres are dramatic indicators of your overall health.
Have a Look at the Evidence . . .
TA-65 Is Working For People Like You
Check out these stories. They’re from everyday people like you:
“I was amazed when I saw my 6 month results. My immune health markedly improved.”
Anita Gross, 67
“My telomeres got longer by 100 base pairs at 3 months and an additional 100 base pairs at 6 months. ”
Bob Waskom, 69
“I was already a competitive athlete when I began [taking TA-65]. My regular 30-mile bike ride—with a 4000-foot climb—took me 2 hours and 20 minutes. After 3 months on TA-65 it went down to 2 hours. And, by the way, my skin is more supple. My skin elasticity, as measured by a Cutometer, improved.”
Shelby Blackburn, 45
Redwood City, CA
“As an aging human taking TA-65, I was hoping for measurable improvements at the end of the year long Protocol. As a practicing MD, am surprised at the improvement in my immune system after only 6 months. The percentage of my “old” or “senescent” (CD28-negative) T-cells compared to the total population of cytotoxic T-cells went down from 11 percent to 6 percent. Normally the ratio goes the other way with age and if this holds up at one year, that would be a very significant result.”
Salomon Pustilnik, MD 50
Dr. Sears has been talking about telomeres and health for years. Modern science is beginning to catch on.
We now know that telomere length is a key indicator of your overall health. The latest evidence from the most highly regarded sources keeps mounting…
- Aging/Los Angeles Times4Your risk of heart attack increases the faster your telomeres break down. Scientists looked at people in perfect health . . . who later died from heart disease. They found the death rate from heart attack was three times higher for men whose telomeres got short the fastest. The death rate for women was 2.3 times higher. (2009)
- Journals of Gerontology5 100 year olds in good health had “significantly longer” telomeres than those with health problems. (2008)
- American Heart Association6People with shorter telomeres in their immune cells had twice the risk of death from heart failure as patients with the longest telomeres. The study, published in one of its key journals, looked at over 750 people with heart disease. The highest-risk group had telomeres half the length of the lowest-risk group. (2008)
- Psychosomatic Medicine7Women with shorter telomeres are more likely to be overweight and insulin resistant. (2008)
- American Association for Cancer Research8
One of its flagship journals published a potential link between telomere length and colon cancer. (2006)
- Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences9 People with short telomeres are more likely to suffer from weaker immune systems and greater heart disease risk. (2004)
And here’s the kicker: last year the prestigious journal Lancet backed up Dr. Sears’s 6 steps to switch on your immortality gene.10
It came in a study run by Dr. Dean Ornish. He found that the same lifestyle changes you’ll find in Dr. Sears’ TA-65 Seminar can boost your telomerase levels by 29 percent.
Get Started on the Path to Agelessness Today
You can see just how important your “immortality gene” is to your life and health. You really can switch it on. People across the country have already done it—and they’re seeing the changes for themselves.
Find out what you can do to start “growing younger” right in your own home. Watch Dr. Sears’ TA-65 Seminar today.
By the way, you’ll enjoy a number of advantages over the people that came last October.
Unlike them, you’ll be able to . . .
- Enjoy Dr. Sears’ presentation with full sound and picture—in DVD quality
- Hit “Pause” and review the key points you’ll want to know—whenever you want
- Take a “refrigerator break” without missing a word
In addition to TA-65 science, you’ll have in hand the 6 simple steps to activate your anti-aging gene—right away.
Those who came to this event in person paid $500 per seat. Now, you can have exclusive access to the most exciting advancement of anti-aging medicine in history … for only $69.97.
If you want to learn about how you can stop and even reverse your genetic aging clock, I suggest you pick up your copy today.
1 Reekie, Yvonna. “Telomeres Affected by Genetic and Nongenetic Factors.” Research Brief. fr. Focus Online: News from Harvard Medical, Dental, and Public Health Schools.” June 20, 2008.
2 “Executive Summary: T.A. Sciences Pivotal 2005 Anti-Aging Trial of TA-65.” April 18, 2007. See www.tasciences.com/2005study.html
3 Michael Fossel, MD, Ph.D. “New Product Scientifically Battles Aging at the Cellular Level-Exclusively licensed from the Geron Corporation, TA-65 is the world’s first Telomerase Activator.” Life Extension Daily News. April 9, 2007. See: www.lef.org/news/LefDailyNews.htm?NewsID=5216&Section=AGING
4 Fr. unpublished report in Aging. E Epel and E Blackburn. As reported to Cathryn Delude in “Genetic clues to predicting life span: Inside chromosomes are telomeres that age as we age, and may serve as indicators of how long we’ll live.” Los Angeles Times. March 2, 2009.
5 Delara et al. “Association of Longer Telomeres With Better Health in Centenarians.” The Journals of Gerontology Series A: Biological Sciences and Medical Sciences. 208. 63:809-812.
6 Farzaneh-Fal et al. “Prognostic Value of Leukocyte Telomere Length in Patients With Stable Coronary Artery Disease: Data From the Heart and Soul Study.” Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis & Vascular Biology. 2008. 28(7):1379-1384.
7 Kiefer et al. “Dietary restraint and telomere length in pre- and postmenopausal women.” Psychosomatic Medicine. 2008. 70(8):845-9.
9 Epel et al. “Accelerated telomere shortening in response to life stress.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 2004. 101(49):17312-5.
Ornish et al. “Increased telomerase activity and comprehensive lifestyle changes: a pilot study.” The Lancet Oncology. 2008. 9(11):1048-1057.
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