Ed Park, M.D.
Aging is linked to the shortening of telomeres, the protective tips of chromosomes found in all living cells. Every time cells replace themselves, telomeres become a little shorter. After a while, they become so short that chromosomes are exposed to damage, and cells no longer can replace themselves with new ones. Aging and death are the consequences. Based on research that earned the Nobel Prize in 2009, scientists now know how to restore aging telomeres to their optimum length, and this has become the new science of age reversal, Dr. Park is a top expert in this field. He is a graduate of Harvard University and received his MD degree from Columbia University. He is the author of Telomere Timebombs, and has a private practice in Costa Mesa, California. In this interview, you will learn the fundamentals of age reversal and will understand why an increasing number of medical professionals and scientists now believe it is possible to live to be 200 but look and feel 21.
G. Edward Griffin
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