Telomeres Popular Science Article Bill Andrews

Popular Science magazine in their August 2011 Issue has a feature article entitled “The Man Who Would Stop Time.” about Dr. Bill Andrews.

This Popular Science article covers anti-aging research on telomeres and Dr. Bill Andrews, one if not the foremost researcher on the science of aging. Dr. Bill Andrews has spent his entire life researching the answer to aging, that is why the name of the article is “The Man Who Would Stop Time.” The article also discusses the new Telomeres support product due out soon.

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Telomeres – Aging Support Article in Elle Magazine

The latest August 2011 issue of Elle Magazine has an article about telomeres and telomerase. This is just the latest of the magazines, newspapers and TV news shows to produce an article on telomeres and aging.

Here are just a few of the other news outlets which have discussed aging and the importance of having long telomeres recently.

  • Diane Sawyer and ABC News.
  • Popular Science (August Issue) did an 11 Page article on Bill Andrews and Telomeres
  • NBC Today Show did a feature on Telomere Testing
  • Even the Dilbert Comic Strip mentioned Telomeres recently.

Who will be the next publication or TV show to do a feature on Telomeres, which is fast becoming the hottest health topic. And for good reason, when you think about what the promise of increased telomere support brings. Science has indicated the importance of telomeres and how they make an impact on cell function and longevity.

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What is Telomerase and Relationship to Telomeres

Telomerase is an enzyme that adds DNA sequence repeats (“TTAGGG” in all vertebrates) to the 3′ end of DNA strands in the telomere regions, which are found at the ends of eukaryotic chromosomes. The telomeres contain condensed DNA material, giving stability to the chromosomes.

Telomerase was discovered by Carol W. Greider and Elizabeth Blackburn in 1985 in the ciliate Tetrahymena. Together with Jack W. Szostak, Greider and Blackburn were awarded the 2009 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for their discovery.

Picture of telomeres below.

Information taken in part from Wikipedia.

 

 

Video Telomeres and Being Forever Young

This is a video which shows how a telomere support product is more than just a product. When faced with the loss of a loved one and we can add 10 or 20 years to their life virtually every other product we could market through the internet or network marketing pales in importance. When we’re thinking back on our lives and our influence on others what really matters? Two people were asked, “what are you most proud of in your entire business – marketing career?”

And the first person responded, “As a business person I’ve marketed a number of different products in my life, however I’m most proud of a product that helped people to live a longer and healthier with their loved ones.”

Then the 2nd person was asked “what are you most proud of in your entire business – marketing career?” The 2nd person almost embarrassingly responded, “well I helped people save money on their dental insurance, groceries and gas.”

While there is always a place for saving money, when you’re thinking back on the good things in your life I guarantee you very few people talked about the money they saved on groceries.

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