Telomeres, Telomerase and CA-98

Robot Care or Longer Telomeres?

More and more tasks are taken over by robots, making the help of real humans almost redundant in some work fields. Much more convenient and more economic in most cases, but what about elderly care? Can you imagine yourself being taken care of by a robot when you’re older and in need? Or would you rather take care of yourself now, so you will be independent when you’re older and can show those care robots the door? Longer telomeres are the key to a long and healthy life, so you don’t have to depend on others.

Being washed and fed by robots sounds very sci-fi, but scary enough it’s already happening. So called ‘care robots’ are already developed and tested on real patients. They might not be functioning optimally yet, but those robots sure are on their way to tuck us in at night and bring us our meds when we’re old and bedridden. The only way to stop them, is to stay strong healthy and independent as long as we can.

The western world is aging drastically and by the time we reach our golden years, there won’t be enough young nurses to take care of all of us. The economic situation in the world plays a big part in the automation of health care as well. Fast and cheap are the magic words and humanity isn’t priority anymore. In fact, you just have to look at the distressing situations in retirement homes nowadays to see that things are less and less peachy already. In some situations, robots can do good work. Robots disguised as adorable stuffed animals are successfully used to comfort demented elderly and seriously ill children in hospitals. So no need to stop all caring robots; some are actually helpful. But to keep nurses of steel with a computer brain away from our bedside as long as possible, we have to stay young and healthy. The answer to aging is, of course, stretching those telomeres! Longer telomeres mean younger and healthier body cells, because telomeres protect the end of a chromosome from deterioration or from fusing with other chromosomes.

Longer telomeres are our protection against robot care, but how do you stretch your telomeres? Easy: CA-98’s cycloastragenol is specially designed to activate telomerase. This supplement is helping you to stay healthy and youthful. By activating telomerase, you’re not only slowing down the aging process of your body; stretching those telomeres can possibly even reverse the aging process and help you look and feel younger than before! So bye bye robots, we’re taking care of ourselves, thank you very much!

Please note: product statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration or their equivalent organisation in any country. No product is intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

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