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Ten Tips for Terrific Telomeres

Anti-aging is about reaching escape velocity, living long enough for science to give you the option to live as long as you want to in good health.

The central piece to the puzzle of longevity is the telomeres, the caps on the ends of your chromosomes that, as the decades pass, shorten. As the telomeres are worn down, the gene replication and cell division processes suffer and disease and cognitive decline ensues. Luckily, there’s a lot that we can do to prevent that...

 

1. Avoid Air Pollution
Unsurprisingly, toxic big city air is awful for our telomeres. A 2009 study of, a statistically significant, 134 Italians compared office workers to traffic officers who worked in downtown Milan and concluded that pollution is a real factor in telomeres health. Look up how Milan’s pollution severity compares with your city, and perhaps consider moving someplace with better air. If that’s not an option, an air filtration system is a pretty smart investment or at least get some green plants your home which naturally soak up air pollution.

 

2. Manage Stress
What your telomeres really hate is lingering, unresolved chronic stress. Employ a multi-pronged approach to stress management...

  • Use adaptogenic herbs that safely soothe the autonomic nervous system.
  • Eat home-cooked meals with loved ones.
  • Regularly physical touch, if you don’t have a virtuous person in your life to make love to, get massages.
  • Ample, quality sleep.
  • And, crucially, a daily mindfulness practice.


3. Meditation
This may sound wuwu and psychospiritual but the evidence is in; after a University of California paper explored the question Can meditation slow rate of cellular aging? a 2016 Spanish study extracted and measured genomic DNA telomeres of both meditators and healthy non-meditators - two regression analyses were conducted revealing that meditation makes a difference. Yet another reason to spend 15-20 minutes daily seeking the tranquility within.

4. Test Your Telomeres 
Maybe you don’t need to worry about your telomeres, but maybe you really do. You don’t know if your telomeres are in great shape or if they are in sharp decline until you get them tested. TeloYears™ will mail you a testing kit that will provide a snapshot of your genes and telomere status. There’s some debate about the accuracy of their testing but it costs less than a $100, so you don’t have much to lose by seeing what their customized reports have to say about you.

5. TA-65
If you’re a millionaire or (just have $600 burning a hole in your wallet) TA-65 is a promising molecular activator of telomerase, which at least in animal studies, elongates telomeres.

6. Vitamins and Nutrients
Before you splurge on high-end supplements, pick up some fancy biohacking gear or book a spot at a meditation retreat you want to make sure you are not deficient in some of the basic nutrients that your Telomeres need to do their thing; omega-3 fish oil, Vitamin C and Vitamin E.

7. Healthy “Paranoia” of Toxins
Modernity is an awful soup of industrial toxins that interfere with our telomeres. Many will say Nowadays everything gives you cancer! Why even worry about it? It’s probably impossible to live a totally toxin-free life but being a little more attentive about what you are consuming makes a difference. Read labels and avoid products that contain a bunch of hard to pronounce chemicals, spend a little more to get organic products, avoid crappy Chinese made products and demand to see COAs of health supplements before you buy them.

8. Don’t Be Obese
A 2009 study of 767 people demonstrated, unsurprisingly, that obesity is awful for your telomeres. Your best bet for losing weight is not the latest fad diet or a $79/month gym membership, start by habituating fasting in two forms: 

  • Intermittent daily fasting - Do all your eating and snacking within an 8-hour window, typically noon - 8PM.
  • 24 hours fasts - from lunch to lunch. Do this at least once a month, perhaps weekly if you really have some pounds to lose.


9. Do some cardio
Exercise is important of course, a 2017 study out of the University of Massachusetts found that 45 minutes of moderate aerobic exercise three times weekly will get your telomeres in the same shape as those of marathon runners. 

Like many, perhaps you’ve implemented a lot of these sorts of health and lifestyle hacks and they didn’t make that much of a difference. When biohacking doesn’t work, it’s often because our genes are unresponsive. We spend a not-insignificant amount of money and time on these things to signal to genes but without sufficient amounts of the NAD+ molecule, the genes don’t get the signal. It’s like trying to make an important phone call with your phone in airplane mode

10. NMN - The Epigenetic Vitamin for Telomeric Tranquility
Taking Nicotinamide Mononucleotide (NMN) is the most direct, practical way to supplement the NAD+ molecule

  • NMN is an accelerator of health. As an epigenetic signal booster, it multiplies the effect of the other good things you are doing for your body as it empowers the Sirtuins to turn on or off the right genes at the right times. 
  • NMN is far from the fringe of questionable health and anti-aging tools, it’s used daily by some of the world’s top anti-aging authorities, like eminent Harvard anti-aging researcher David Sinclair.
  • It’s been the subject of over a hundred scientific papers. Absent, crucially, from the scientific literature is evidence of risk and incidences of concerning side effects.

What science says about NMN...

  • NMN is currently undergoing a human clinical trial in Japan, the esteemed journal Nature is optimistic about findings on cell senescence (cell death) and telomeres.
  • A 2019 study out of Baylor College of Medicine published in the journal Cell Metabolism, demonstrated the causal effect of NAD+ administration in maintaining telomere length while mitigating damage.

David Sinclair, PhD tweeted

"Telomeres loss may accelerate aging. New study shows eroded telomeres shut down sirtuins, longevity-promoting enzymes..." read more

What people are saying about NMN’s antiaging effects...

 

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