Did you see the recent cover of TIME magazine?
In a special issue on aging, TIME featured the Nobel Prize winning breakthrough on telomere research.
In the article, Scientists Get Closer to Understanding Why We Age, they confirmed that telomeres “are the closest we may come to identifying a biological clock – and our best bet for learning how to stop or turn back that clock.”1
If you’re a regular reader, you’ll know telomeres are the part of your chromosome that gets smaller as you age. When the telomere runs out, cell division stops, and life comes to an end.