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I read Transcend and added the recommended supplements to my diet. There was significant improvement."
- J.W.

 
 

December 1st, 2012

One Day Super Sale
on All Products

Dear Valued Customer,

Everything is on sale.Today only, save 20% on every single product on our site. Plus, spend $500 or more and get free shipping.*

Super 1 Day Sale

This is the best offer we've made all year, so don't miss it!

 

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New Brain Supplement

ExcelerolExcelerol is on the cutting edge of brain health. Clinical studies show that the ingredients found in Excelerol are effective for improving your memory, concentration, and alertness.

  • Promotes sharp focus
  • Reduces cortisol release
  • Increases mental clarity
  • Enhances cognitive function

Whether you're studying for finals, working on a big project, or just interested in better cognition, Excelerol can help support memory, focus and concentration to reach your optimal brain power.

Short, medium, and long term benefits

  1. Time-released green tea and vitamin B-12 take effect within 45 minutes to help you feel alert and prepared for the day
  2. Experience a reduction in cortisol release with regular use. Prolonged secretion of cortisol impairs cognitive function.
  3. Greatest overall cognitive enhancement benefits occur after 6-9 months of use

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Reversing Human Aging

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As Ray & Terry stated in Fantastic Voyage: "Our understanding of the principal components of human aging is growing rapidly. Strategies have been identified to halt and reverse each of the aging processes."

As predicted, these technologies have been developing rapidly.

Essentially, we already have the core knowledge to slow and reverse human aging. All we need to do is put it all together. Meaningful life extension is within our grasp.

Some of the key aging factors that we are overcoming:

> Chromosomal mutations

The majority of our DNA is contained in our chromosomes, in the nucleus of the cell. Over time, mutations occur to damage the DNA sequence.

With the exception of cancer, many cellular mutations are harmless. If we can cure cancer by genetically removing its triggers, cellular mutations should largely be harmless.
Strategies for deleting genes in this way are already available and are rapidly being improved.

Scientists in Oregon have found a way to remove damaged genetic material and replace it with healthy DNA. Read more...

Several cases of leukemia were cured through gene therapy. Larger trials are underway. Read more...

> Toxic cells

Occasionally, cells get into a state where they're not cancerous, but still it would be best for the body if they died. Cell senescence is an example, and so is having too many fat cells.

In these cases we need to kill those cells (which is usually easier than reverting them to a healthy state). Methods are being developed to target "suicide genes" to such cells, and also to make the immune system kill them.

Blocking the telomerase enzyme is one of many strategies being pursued against cancer. Doing this may prevent cancer cells from replicating more than a certain number of times, effectively destroying the cancer's ability to spread.

Telomerase procedures are still controversial. It appears that inhibiting the enzyme can kill cancer cells, but also triggers resistance pathways that allow cancer to survive and spread. Read more...

To read more about the aging process, visit our Wellness Resources section.

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Health News Radar

Cancer Deletes Genes
Certain cancers delete portions of chromosomes in order to be able to infect the body. Researchers have shown that some of these deleted sections contain clusters of tumor-suppressing genes.

X-Prize Aims to Conquer Aging
A retooled Archon Genomics X PRIZE aims to help scientists better understand healthy aging by sequencing 100 healthy centenarian genomes—in a month, with an accuracy of one error per million base pairs, and for under $1,000 per genome.

Head in the Cloud, New Books on the Mind
Will our increased understanding of how our brains work allow us to transcend human nature? Yes indeed. "The next step, of course, will be to expand the neocortex itself with its nonbiological equivalent."

Bio-Bots are Wriggling Independently
Researchers have developed synthetic "bio-bots" about seven millimeters long that are powered by embedded cardiac cells that give them the ability to "walk" on their own.

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