Telomeres are caps placed on the ends of our chromosomes. They manage stability during the process of cell division. They protect our DNA. In any organism, replication takes place - cell division. Information that is encoded in our DNA is copied. But as cells divide, our body gets older. Scientists have made a breakthrough discovery. At each cell division, the ends of our chromosomes - the telomeres - also get shorter .
Scientific evidence shows that critically short telomeres cause accelerated cellular aging and are related to the development of serious diseases such as cardiovascular disease, diabetes, infertility, neurodegenerative diseases, some types of cancer and infectious diseases.
TELOMERES ARE IN FACT THE BASIS BIOMARKERS THAT ALLOW US TO ACCURATELY ESTIMATE BIOLOGICAL AGE AND OVERALL HEALTH STATE OF THE ORGANISM.
By measuring the length of the telomeres, the real biological age of the organism can be assessed and it is possible, based on medical advice and guidance, to work on its reduction. Biological age may differ from the calendar one by as much as 15 - 20 years! We recommend combining the examination of telomere length with the ALCAT test - the examination for food intolerance, the examination of oxidative stress and other anti-aging scientific tests and methods that allow us an individual approach to the overall rejuvenation of the organism.
We recommend checking telomere length once a year to compare the results and thereby acquire a more individual possibility to apply the best possible therapy.