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CA-98 and Anti-Aging

CA-98 and Anti-Aging: Look Younger

You may have heard something about the CA-98 and Anti-Aging plan, but you might not know exactly how unusual and remarkable this diet actually is. The CA-98 supplement can help keep you vital and vibrant even well into your senior years, and you can also make sure to eat certain foods that are well known for […]

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Astragalus and CA-98

Astragalus: the Anti Aging Miracle Root!

Astragalus root is used for over 2000 years in Chinese medicine, because of its anti-aging benefits. Why is Astragalus root a top Chinese herb and how can we take advantage of this ancient Chinese wisdom? Could this herbal root actually reverse the aging process? To find out how Astragalus root can help rejuvenate our body […]

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CA-98 Telomerase Activator

CA-98 and Telomerase Activity

Why is telomerase activity so important? Telomeres are the caps on genetic code that prevent chromosomal decay and eventual death of cells. Researchers hope to extend life by finding a substance that can keep telomeres from shortening, and keep them more active. Throughout history, man has been trying to find a way to live longer. […]

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CA-98 nobel prize awarded science

Anti-Aging based on Nobel prize awarded science

Important research regarding telomeres and telomerase has been conducted the past years, resulting in the discovery of a human enzyme called telomerase which maintains telomeres and can actually restore them to their original length and reverse aging. This ultimately resulted in awarding Carol Greider and Elizabeth Blackburn together with Jack Szostak the Nobel Prize (2009) in Physiology and […]

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CA-98 increases telomerase

CA-98: a young mind is a joy forever!

We all want to live forever, but nobody actually wants to be old. If growing old means decline, health problems and loneliness, we’re suddenly not that interested anymore. Sure, we all go grey at one point and our skin isn’t going to stay elastic forever. However, those things can easily be fixed: an operation here […]

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