Scientifically Slow Your Aging


Hey,

I hope you are doing well!

I don't know about you, but I want to live forever. Every single day I think about how quickly time flies. Although I know the technology has not yet been invented to extend our lives indefinitely, I found something that I deem a close second. 

Today I wanted to share something that is truly ground breaking and has the power to change your life. As I call it, my botox in a bottle. An all-natural supplement that is connected to a Nobel prize. I now present to you... telomere support

What is telomere support?

Well, let's start with what telomeres are. Telomeres are the protective caps of DNA on the end of our chromosomes that get shorter as our cells divide. Telomeres protect the end of the chromosomes responsible for aging- picture the plastic at the end of a shoelace (formally known as an aiglet). When the aiglet gets lost or damaged, your shoe lace frays and will eventually be completely destroyed. These cells do a similar thing! Our telomeres protect the DNA and genetic material from unwinding. The hallmark of aging is the shortening of the telomere. 

When telomeres get too short, cells die. When they all die, you die. Morbid, I know. But what if I told you I found something that can help prevent your telomeres from shrinking as quickly as they do?

The ingredients within the telomere support I use daily have been proven to slow down telomere shortening (especially when done along side stress reduction and a healthy diet filled with antioxidants and bioactive nutrients. Bioactive nutrients are dietary supplements meant to help maintain and strengthen the body’s immune system. Bioactive nutrition has an antioxidant nature to help prevent damage to cells. This supplement is filled with antioxidants).

How does the telomere support work?

The telomere support I use contains incredible ingredients that work together to support healthy aging. Here are some of my favourite ingredients:

Milk Thistle: Contains Silymarin which is used in treating liver issues. This helps prevent toxin penetration and is an antioxidant and hepatoprotectant (which protects the liver).

Curcumine: This is derived from turmeric. It is anti- inflammatory and increases body’s antioxidant capacity.

Vitamin C, B12, E: These vitamins have a direct link with protecting the telomeres from shortening too quickly.


According to a randomized double blind placebo study done by Arizona State University, 12 weeks after taking Isagenesis, participants had a significant rise in catalase. Catalase is an enzyme found in all living organisms exposed to oxygen. They catalyze (accelerates) the decomposition of hydrogen peroxide to water and oxygen. This is extremely important because hydrogen peroxide in the body can break apart to yield hydroxyl radicals that attack important biochemicals, such as protein and DNA. A rise in catalase protects these important biochemicals which has a very positive impact on your overall health.

All living species have catalase enzymes to get rid of hydrogen peroxide. Though some hydrogen peroxide is needed for our metabolism, too much oxidizes the telomeres and our DNA. Too much hydrogen peroxide will oxidize and shorten your telomeres. Again, when your telomeres shorten all the way, you die. 

To clarify, Isagenesis significantly increases the catalese enzyme support, which breakdowns the hydrogen peroxide thus slowing down the deterioration of the telomeres —which protects the chromosomes. 

 Slowing this deterioration down means we don’t age as quickly. We overproduce hydrogen peroxide with unhealthy environmental factors, stress, age, unhealthy or over processed foods in diet etc. I don't know about you, but my day to day life is often filled with many of these factors.


This is why Isagenisis is crucial and revolutionary in slowing down the aging process. For all my plant based friends out there, it also contains no animal by products! 


Check out these resources for more information! These are where I sourced the information above. A big special thanks goes to Karen Henderson for doing much of this research and assisting with the article.

Podcast: All About IsaGenesis

Molecule of the Month

The Science of the Cells that Never Get Old


Have a lovely day,


xx Ellis