Dr. Bill Andrews , was guest on an episode of the NBC Today Show. This particular show discussed aging research and how scientists were looking for solutions that could extend human lifespans up to 150 years old. The following video was taken from the show.
Dr. Andrews likes to say “Bad things happen when telomeres get short.” This Today Show segment detailed how Dr. Bill Andrews is working on finding a solution for extending human life, in effect overcoming aging. His research has focused on keeping telomeres from becoming short.
Elle Magazine is the latest magazine/TV show etc that had an article about telomeres and telomerase. This is the issue with Justin Timberlake and Mila Kunis on the cover. Last week it was Popular Science and NBC Today show. Who knows what will be next.
I’m totally amazed but then again I’m not at all the 3rd party press that telomeres and telomerase is getting. The reason I’m not totally amazed is the impact I believe this product will have on the health and wellness arena. This is certainly up there with some of the greatest health discoveries ever and I could easily argue this could be the one discovery – product with the most passionate demand.
This is so much bigger than simply one of those juice products like acai berry, goji berry, noni or mangosteen. Even the juice products that have 21 different fruit ingredients in them.
None of those juice products promised support for your telomeres.
The NBC Today Show on July 13th did a segment with Ann Curry. The title of the segment was “How to live to 100″. This segment focuses on the science of longevity and the aging process and what can be done about it.
This was a very interesting segment. The Today Show segment discussed telomeres and their role on the Aging process.
One of the items discussed was a telomeres test available for $290. This test is available from Spectracell Laboratories.
During the Segment Dr Nancy Snyderman underwent this test and her telomeres results were revealed. Essentially she said her less than optimal healthful living was responsible for her telomeres reflecting an age older than her biological age.