What is Telomerase Activation?
cells divide, their chromosomes get shorter. This is because the DNA
sequences at both ends of a chromosome, called telomeres, shrink in
length every time the DNA is copied.
The 2009 Nobel prize in medicine was awarded for the discovery of the enzyme telomerase that stops telomeres from shrinking. When the enzyme is present at a high enough level, it can make telomeres grow.
human DNA contains the instructions for making telomerase, but these
genetic instructions are turned off in most human cells.
Molecules called Telomerase Activators turn on these enzymes in cells to varying degrees. More
Liposomal Telomerase Activator w/Cycloastragenol
The new TrifecTA liposomal anti-aging technology contains the same astralagus root extract, cycloastragenol, as other oral telomerase activation products. The product adds other rejuvenation substances identified by science: Aceytl-L-Carnitine, R-Lipoic Acid and Resveratrol.
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