Season 2- Ep.6 “Are telomeres the answer to a longer life and slower ageing?” with Dr. Stefan Gospodinov DC

telomeres

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Science is now arguing that if we can keep our telomeres healthy and alive for as long as possible, then essentially, we can extend the life of our DNA strands and hypothetically speaking…live longer!

In this episode we talks about some of the recent scientific discoveries that could potentially protect the lifespan of our DNA’s telomeres. We also talk about some very effective and simple ways you can implement to keep your telomeres live a long life.

…and how to slow down ageing!

Useful Resources 

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Health Tip of Today’s Episode:

FOODS TO HELP YOUR TELOMERES: 

Whole foods, Tuna, salmon, herring, mackerel,cat-fish, flax seeds, chia seeds, kiwi, black raspberries, blackberries, green tea, broccoli, sprouts, red grapes, tomatoes, olives, and other vitamin C-rich and E-rich foods. 

 

Your lifestyle choices today can change the world tomorrow, so why not change it for better?

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