activate the critical telomere lengthening enzyme, telmerase. reduce oxidative stress. help reduce the inflammatory reactions

What are Telomeres?
Telomeres are the protective caps at the ends of each of our chromosomes. Every time a cell divides, the telomeres get shorter and shorter, until the cell can no longer divide, and becomes ‘senescent’. At this point the cell is no longer able to function as a young, healthy cell, negatively affecting the body’s tissues. Telomeres are consistently shortened due to Chronological Aging, Oxidative Stress and Inflammation.

TELOSPAN, the most advanced telomere supplement available made with a special blend of natural telomerase-activating compounds. Grounded in the latest research, TELOSPAN is the first and only integrated “complex” of 19 pro-Telomere nutritional ingredients, including multiple natural telomerase-activators, to target all 3 major causes of Telomere shortening:

  •  Loss of the Telomere – lengthening enzyme Telomerase, with
    T-Activator,  14 natural Telomerase-Activators.
  • Oxidative Stress – which increase the rate of telomere
    shortening and greatly reduces Telomerase activity.
  • Inflammatory Reactions – which also accelerate Telomere
    shortening and reduce Telomerase activity.
Turning Back the Clock

Turning Back The Clock
Short telomeres lead to a number of negative health conditions. A large and growing body of science now shows that shortened telomeres are implicated in a large number of negative, age-related health conditions and several degenerative diseases, including:

  • Aging of Skin and Hair
  • Cardiovascular Disease
  • Insulin Resistance and Type 2 Diabetes
  • Cancer Risk and Cancer Mortality
  • Immune Conditions
  • Osteoarthritis and Rheumatoid Arthritis
  • Osteoporosis and Loss of Bone Mass
  • Reduced Healthspan and Reduced Lifespan

Longer telomeres promote a longer healthspan.*
Evidence shows significant positive health benefits from lengthening telomeres, to delay or even reverse cell senescence; like turning back the biological clock at the cellular level. And the latest Telomere Science shows that there are several ways to reduce the rate of telomere shortening and to lengthen telomeres, including activation of the enzyme ‘Telomerase’.