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Jan 20, 2013

Tamoxifen Restores Telomeres and Reverses Aging

Keith Scott-Mumby

Would You Take Tamoxifen To Live Longer? I’m sure your automatic answer is, “No way”! But you might think about it a little longer if you got some interesting new science under your belt. Thing is, according to a quite good scientific trial from Harvard: tamoxifen-compounds can actually REVERSE aging. The mice in question re-grew brain tissue, reversed cognitive decline, restored fertility, got rid of grey hairs (yes, mice go grey too!) and improved in other incredible ways. This is so unbelievable that I read the article twice. “These were animals that were really at the brink of kicking the bucket,” said Dr. Ronald DePinho, director of the Belfer Institute at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and senior author of the paper published in the prestigious journal Nature. “We were expecting to slow or perhaps stabilize the aging process. Instead, we saw a dramatic reversal in the symptoms of aging.” Sure, Internet marketers make claims about reversing aging. I do! If you eat right you can shed years in how you look and how you feel. You will look and feel younger. But I’m talking about real age reversal now, growing back telomeres, which will restore decades of potential life. Not only that but the restorative process kicked in with the laboratory animals, enabling them to re-grow healthy testicles, spleen, liver and nervous system. Their shaggy, grey, broken-down fur re-grew into a silky smooth coat of much younger mice!

Jan 20, 2013

Tamoxifen Restores Telomeres and Reverses Aging

Keith Scott-Mumby

Would You Take Tamoxifen To Live Longer? I’m sure your automatic answer is, “No way”! But you might think about it a little longer if you got some interesting new science under your belt. Thing is, according to a quite good scientific trial from Harvard: tamoxifen-compounds can actually REVERSE aging. The mice in question re-grew brain tissue, reversed cognitive decline, restored fertility, got rid of grey hairs (yes, mice go grey too!) and improved in other incredible ways. This is so unbelievable that I read the article twice. “These were animals that were really at the brink of kicking the bucket,” said Dr. Ronald DePinho, director of the Belfer Institute at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and senior author of the paper published in the prestigious journal Nature. “We were expecting to slow or perhaps stabilize the aging process. Instead, we saw a dramatic reversal in the symptoms of aging.” Sure, Internet marketers make claims about reversing aging. I do! If you eat right you can shed years in how you look and how you feel. You will look and feel younger. But I’m talking about real age reversal now, growing back telomeres, which will restore decades of potential life. Not only that but the restorative process kicked in with the laboratory animals, enabling them to re-grow healthy testicles, spleen, liver and nervous system. Their shaggy, grey, broken-down fur re-grew into a silky smooth coat of much younger mice!
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