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TA-65: Cell Rejuvenation Through Telomerase Activation:

TA-65 is a nutritional supplement, made from a single molecule that activates an enzyme called telomerase. Scientific studies have shown that TA-65 telomerase activator may turn back the biological clock, and reverse aging on a cellular level.

Telomeres are the ends of the chromosomes, and they are there to protect the integrity of the genes that are on our chromosomes. Telomeres, like protective caps at the end of our shoelaces, function to protect chromosomes from unraveling.

Each time a cell divides, telomeres get a little bit shorter. When they get to short, the cell become senescence, which means it doesn’t work anymore or dies. Scientists have discovered that telomere shortening is a marker of cell aging — a clock of the cell's lifespan. Evidence clearly shows that short telomeres are associated with age related decline and dysfunction. Therefore, telomeres have been called the biological clock.

The only way to lengthen telomeres is through the activation of telomerase. Currently, the only scientifically proven way to activate telomerase is to take TA-65 supplement. It works on targeted cells in your body and can improve not only cell longevity but quality of life.

TA-65 is a natural supplement without any active ingredients added. Telomerase activating molecule of TA-65 is highly purified through a proprietary extraction process from the root of Chinese plant Astragalus.

Superior Bioavailability and Cost Efficiency of TA-65 Active Ingredient Compared with Other Astragalus Derived Products

When considering which anti aging supplement to take, it is important to understand and consider the bioavailability of each supplement you have taken shortlisted.

Bioavailability of TA-65 Active Ingredient


TA-65 & Telomere Length

Telomere length has been shown to be an indication of longevity and determines an individual's "biological age". Human beings do not all age at the same speed even if they may share the same chronological age. It is important to have biological markers (other than chronological age) that can estimate how rapidly an organism will age. If we can monitor our own aging process scientifically, through telomere length testing. This enables us to closely monitor the rate at which our telomeres shorten. It also becomes possible to evaluate the benefits of taking a telomerase activator such as TA-65.


TA-65 FAQs: What is Aging

TA-65: What is Aging

Aging is associated with the cells gradual decline in performance and reserve. A 2010 study at Harvard Medical School shows telomere shortening to be the primary cause of cellular aging and mitochondrial degradation.

TA-65 FAQs: What Are Telomeres

TA-65: What are Telomeres

Telomeres are pieces of DNA at the ends of chromosomes. Telomeres, can be compared with the plastic caps at the ends of shoelaces. Their primary function is to protect the integrity of the genome and preserve the cell's function.

TA-65 FAQs: About Telomerase

TA-65: About Telomerase

Telomerase is an enzyme which is able to maintain telomere length and repair short telomeres. The TA-65, a molecule is purified from the Astragalus root and it is the only scientifically proven telomerase activator available commercially.

TA-65 FAQs: Who Should Use TA-65

TA-65: Who Should Take TA-65

Anyone who has had a telomere length test and was found to have short telomeres, anyone whose immune system is compromised and can benefit from improving or restoring it, or anyone who is concerned about aging well.

NEW: TA-65 for Skin Telomerase Complex

TA-65 for Skin Telomerase ComplexDeveloped based on cutting edge anti-aging telomerase activation technology, TA-65® for Skin Telomerase Complex delivers the benefits of telomere biology to your skin. TA-65® for Skin Telomerase Complex helps maintain skin health by reducing fine lines and wrinkles, improving skin firmness and enhancing facial contrast.


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Discovring Telomerase

The telomerase enzyme was discovered by Dr. Carol W. Greider and Dr. Elizabeth Blackburn in 1984.

Together with Jack W. Szostak, they were awarded the 2009 Nobel Prize in Physiology and Medicine for discovering how telomeres and the telomerase enzyme protect the chromosomes.

TA-65 Supplement Testimonials

TA-65 TestimonialsPlease read the following testimonials about people who have improved their quality of life by regularly taking TA-65. Their stories tell us that only brings us new hopes in our life.

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