TA-65 – a Huge Buzz in the Anti-Aging, Health & Wellness Industry

Studies have shown that Telomerase is an important enzyme that can lengthen Telomeres.

Telomeres are found at the end of our chromosomes that look like little shoelaces. The function of the telomeres is to protect vital information in our DNA which is in every human cell, and our cells duplicate themselves for as long as we live.

Thousands of studies have shown that the Telomeres shorten as we age.  There are more than ten thousand scientific articles about the Telomerase enzyme. Telomeres are important to our health and how we age.  Short Telomeres are directly linked to our lifespan.

Is It Really Possible To Reverse The Aging Process And Produce Younger Cells by Lengthening the Telomeres With TA-65?

In 2009 the three scientists who discovered this enzyme called Telomerase won the Nobel Prize.
TA-65 has been in use since 2005.

Years ago, the doctors who offered anti-aging treatments with TA-65 used to charge $20,000 plus for it. Later on the price came down a lot as more and more people became aware of its anti-aging benefits, and started using it.

Could This Pill Hold The Key To Anti-Aging?
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https://youtu.be/dbJyXri0bX8

What Does It Do?
Suzanne Somers calls it a Fountain Of Youth
It Builds our Immune System
It Extends the Life of our DNA
It contains the enzyme Telomerase
It protects the Telomeres and appears to reverse the shortening and aging of the Telomeres
It Improves Vision
It Improves the Sex Drive in Men
and more…

The good news is that today, we can turn back the clock of aging for a much more affordable price.

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Organic Skin Care and Cosmetics?

An organic revolution is taking place in homes and business around the world. Organic products account for over $64 billion dollars spent worldwide annually. In Canada, over $3.7 billion dollars were spent on organics in 2012 alone.

But what does organic really mean?
How can consumers make informed decisions and separate fact from greenwashing—a practice that cares only about the bottom line?

Directed by award-winning Canadian filmmaker Richie Mehta (I’ll Follow You DownSiddharth) with executive producer Moses Znaimer and Produced by Toronto’s Sixteen Films Ltd., the new documentary series Organic Panic tackles all sides of the raging organics debate. Over the course of 5 episodes, Organic Panic pits organic “Believers” against organic “Skeptics” in a battle to win the hearts and minds of concerned global citizens.

Watch the full episode online

Organic skin care – click here to watch the videos

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When It Comes To Alcohol – ZERO Matters

Rethink Your Drinking

If a pregnant woman drinks alcohol, it will reach her unborn baby. A woman’s use of alcohol while pregnant may affect the developing baby and cause a range of mental and physical difficulties.

During pregnancy there is: No safe time to drink aicohol. Most organ growth is completed a few weeks after the first three months. Brain growth continues during pregnancy and after birth. Exposure to alcohol anytime during pregnancy can affect the baby’s brain.

No safe type of alcohol. All types of aicohol may be harmful to the growing baby.

No safe amount. A safe amount of alcohol  in pregnancy is not known. It is never too late to stop drinking. Binge drinking and heavy drinking are very harmful to an unborn baby. If you are concerned about the amount of alcohol you drank before knowing you were pregnant, talk with your health-care provider or call Motherisk (1-877-FAS-INFO). The call is confidential.

If a woman is having trouble not drinking alcohol, help is available. Your local public health unit will have information on supports.

If a woman is pregnant or planning to be, the safest choice is to not drink any alcohol. The best time to stop drinking is before a woman gets pregnant.

Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD)

FASD is a term to describe the full range of harm that can result from drinking alcohol during pregnancy. FASD is preventable. There is no cure for FASD; it lasts a lifetime. There are supports for parents and children affected by FASD.

  • Signs of FASD may include:
  • Learning difficulties Vision or hearing problems
  • Poor memory
  • Behaviour problems
  • Slow physical growth
  • Heart, kidney or bone problems

The amount of alcohol it takes to harm a baby is unknown.
Alcohol reaches the unborn baby through the mother’s bloodstream.
The harms that may result depend on the amount, pattern and timing of consumption as well as the woman’s overall health.

Q: Does drinking by the biological father affect his unborn baby?
A: If a biological father drinks alcohol, it will not have an effect at the time of conception and does not affect the unborn child yet; he should try to be as healthy as possible before conception. A father or partner can support a woman’s choice not to drink when pregnant or when trying to get pregnant by not drinking.

Q: I’m not pregnant but my drinking worries me.
A: Talk to your health-care provider or go online to assess your drinking.

www.checkvourdrinking.net

Q: I’m worried I can’t stop drinking on my own.
A: You are not alone. Support is available.

For more information, contact your health care provider or speak to a public health nurse.
www.rethinkyourdrinking.ca