Dr. Deborah Harding is an authorized distributor of TA-65. Come in today to begin your journey!
Biological Age is far different from your Birth Age. There are those who look far worse than their age and then again there are those who seem as though they never age. Stress, smoking, and other factors can cause your body to become damaged. If the body is unable to repair the damage, then the body ages. This is why it is so important to take excellent vitamins to help the body repair itself, but to also take TA-65.
Scientists view telomere length as an overall marker of biological aging. Like the plastic tips at the end of shoelaces, these caps, with time, illness, and stress, eventually wear down, leading to physical signs of aging. Each time a cell divides, its telomeres get progressively shorter. When telomeres get so short that a cell can’t function, the cell either enters a resting state or dies. This is where TA-65 comes into play.
TA-65 turns on the hTERT gene* which activates the enzyme telomerase which can lengthen your telomeres a new study claims. TA-65 was discovered by California biotech company Geron, and licensed to T.A Sciences. At Harding Anti Aging our clients take TA-65 capsules in a 12 month program known as the Patton Protocol. We measure your telomeres before, during and after completing the Protocol to show actual changes in telomere length. Now is the time to start taking your TA-65.
Below are comments from our clients who have used TA-65. Some of these results are atypical. Individual results may vary.
“My skin is toned, my eyesight has improved, and my energy is amazing. I have been taking TA-65 for 5 months and can see dramatic differences.”
Todd J., 55
“This may just be the fountain of youth”
Sarah K. , 67
Winter Park , Florida
“Know I know how all the celebrities never seem to age.”
Jennifer S. 45
“In only 3 months my cardio age went from 64 to 52. My pulmonary age went from 52 to 39. My eye doctor says he’s never seen the accommodation reserve increase in someone my age it always goes down with time. He wanted to change the prescription for my contact lenses but I told him to wait because it’s only going to get better.”
Bill T., 64
Berkeley Hts., NJ