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TA-65: Cell Rejuvenation Through Telomerase Activation:

Why is TA-65 supplement so unique? As we age our telomeres shorten. Scientific studies have shown that short telomeres are associated with age related decline and dysfunction. Evidence clearly shows that people with long telomeres age healthier and live longer. The only way to lengthen telomeres is through the activation of an enzyme called telomerase. Currently the only way to activate telomerase is to take TA-65 supplement.

TA-65 is a natural supplement without any active ingredients added. TA-65 supplement is distributed only through healthcare providers as a Nutraceutical. Telomerase-Activating molecule of TA-65 is highly purified through a proprietary extraction process from the Chinese plant Astragalus Root.

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


Only TA-65 Increased Telomerase Activity in ALL T Cell Cultures and Not Other Astragalus Extracts

A recent study brings additional evidence why TA-65 remains the only telomerase activator and the other Astragalus derived products available on the market fail to do so.


TA-65 Telomere Length

Telomere length have been shown to be predictive of longevity and determines individual's "biological age". Not all individuals age at the same speed even though they may have the same chronological age. It is important to have molecular markers (other than chronological age) that can estimate the degree of aging of an organism. This way we can follow more closely our telomere dynamics over the years and monitor the benefits from taking telomere activators as TA-65 supplement.


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 root cause of cellular aging and mitochondrial degradation.

TA-65 FAQs: What Are Telomeres

TA-65: What are Telomeres

Telomeres are protective pieces of DNA material at the ends of every chromosome in every cell in the body. Telomeres, like protective caps at the end of our shoelaces, function to protect our genome integrity and preserve cell function.

TA-65 FAQs: About Telomerase

TA-65: About Telomerase

Telomerase is an enzyme which is able to maintain telomeres and repair short telomeres by re-elongating them. TA-65, a molecule purified from Astragalus root is the only telomerase activator available.

TA-65 FAQs: Who Should Take TA-65

TA-65: Who Should Take TA-65

Anyone who had telomere length test and has short telomeres, anyone whose immune system is compromised and can benefit from its restoration, or anyone who is concerned about aging.

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.


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 Supplement. Their stories tell us that only TA-65 Supplement brings us new hopes in our life.

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Discovering Telomerase

Telomerase was discovered by Carol W.Greider and Elizabeth Blackburn in 1984.

Together with Jack W. Szostak were awarded the 2009 Nobel Prize in Physiology and Medicine for their discovery.

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