Telomeres-Youthful Aging

Keep Your Youth with Meditation

Posted on: June 14th, 2016 by Acara-Admin-01

 

Scientific research at the Chopra Center has found amazing benefits of mediation. Scientists have for years claimed that stress is the number one cause of death. Stress increases your blood sugar count which exacerbates diabetes. It increases high blood pressure and there is a link to greater risk of cancer. So it makes a lot of sense when you link health with anti-stress techniques such as meditation.

As you expect those who meditate are healthier and live longer. What surprised researchers was that meditation has a direct effect on aging. The Chopra Center, beginning in 2010, has studied the effect of meditation on Telomeres.

Telomeres are at the end of our chromosomes. They look like little caps and protect the chromosome. The longer your telomeres the longer your life expectation. We have discussed Telomeres in other articles and interviews. Such as Telomeres: The Fountain of Youth Inside You. Here we share an interview with anti-aging expert  Dr. Ron Rothenberg and Director of Sales for Telomerase Activation Sciences Eric McDonald.  You can learn about the multiple products available to keep your body youthful.

The fascination is that daily meditation can also increase the length of your telomeres. Mediation is a simple technique:

Find a quiet place where you will not be disturbed.  Be reasonably comfortable but not so comfortable that you will want to fall asleep. Relax your body and your breathing. Below is a sample from the Chopra Center. Enjoy the benefits of meditation.

Telomeres: The Fountain of Youth Inside You

Posted on: August 7th, 2015 by Acara-Admin-01

 

Discover Telomeres and their uses in fighting the aging process. Dr. J interviews two renowned experts Dr. Ron Rothenberg and Director of Sales for Telomerase Activation Sciences Eric McDonald.

http://www.tasciences.com/

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Cutting edge discoveries on the tiny caps at the end of each strand of our DNA called telomeres. These are responsible for longevity and aging. We are learning how to slow or even reverse the root cause of aging at the cellular level. Listen to this interview to learn what is currently available and what is still being researched.

Skin care products, supplements are being created using this amazing part of the human body. Also read  Growing Younger from the Inside Out.

 

 

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Ron Rothenberg, M.D. Clinical Professor, Family and Preventive Medicine, University of California San Diego School of Medicine, San Diego, California USA; Founder, California HealthSpan Institute

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Eric A. McDonald,Director of Sales - USA;                                                 Telomerase Activation Sciences, Inc.                                                                (212) 588-8805 x113