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Telomeres-Antiaging

Long Telomeres, Long Life, 3 Must Know Antiaging Tips – Issue # 109/3

posted by: Joe Vargas Monday 05/05/2014

3 Antiaging Tips For Longer Telomeres And An Extended Lifetime

 

Antiaging and longevity are a subjects that always get a lot of attention, and why not? Who doesn’t want to live a long healthy life? Now, some people believe that longevity is something that you inherit through good “genes”, but that “truth” is not completely written in stone. You see there are these little things called Telomeres that have a say in the matter, the longer they are, the longer you live. Here are three ways you can help increase the length of your Telomeres  shared on naturalnews.com,  so you can live long and prosper:

Telomeres-Antiaging

Telomeres (tiny bits of DNA that influence longevity and wellness) have been triggering quite a stir amongst analysts recently– and for good reason. The length of these protective caps on completion of chromosomes determine exactly how swiftly cells age, and exactly how susceptible we are to having a stroke or establishing cancer, heart disease, weight problems, vascular dementia, diabetes and osteoporosis. Basically, the much shorter your telomeres, the shorter your life-span. And yet, we don’t have to be at the grace of our genetics. Have a look at the following suggestions which assist in promoting strong telomeres– in addition to resistance to illness and aging.

Wish To Enhance Telomere Length? Embrace These Three Practices

Diet plan – A pilot research study at the University of California in San Francisco discovered that a diet plan high in plant-based protein, vegetables and fruits, and low in refined carbohydrates and fat (10 percent of total calorie consumption), to be the best design for extending telomeres. Although Lawrence Wilson, M.D. firmly believes that anything which increases glutathione in the body is useful too– such as meat, eggs, prepared green veggies and other sulfur-containing amino acid foods. When glutathione exists, oxidation is reduced. This in turn reduces damage to telomeres, thus protecting, and maybe motivating, length.

Further dietary considerations involve managing  inflammation  and the succeeding free radicals associated with the condition. The bottom line is that when free radicals are generated during an inflammatory feedback from a traumatic injury (either physical or psychological), telomeres are compromised. A diet rich in DHA and EPA, in addition to turmeric, ginger, green tea,  resveratrol, zinc, magnesium and folic acid, in addition to vitamins B12, C and D, can go a long way in preventing injury to telomeres with antioxidant and anti-inflammatory actions.

Vitamin D is particularly important according to study involving 2,100 female twins in between the ages of 19-79. It was uncovered that those with the highest levels of vitamin D likewise had the longest telomeres, and the most reduced levels of the vitamin were connected with the shortest telomeres.

Tension decrease – Another crucial way of life practice that keeps telomeres from shrinking is tension management. As kept in mind in the Prevention short article “7 Steps To A Longer Life”:.

“Pioneering research released in 2004 found that telomeres of ladies under the greatest pressure (looking after chronically ill kids) were much shorter by the equivalent of 10 extra years of aging, compared to those of low-stressed females. More recent research studies have actually recommended that telomeres considerably shorten as job-related anxiety and burnout crank higher.”

However it appears that telomeres can recover from chronic anxiety when leisure strategies are employed. One recent research showed that those who were highly stressed from caring for a member of the family with dementia can increase telomerase activity by 43 percent when an everyday 60-minute yoga and mind-calming exercise practice was embraced.

Workout – Physical activity also helps to extend telomeres by suppressing stress. In fact, research has actually found that postmenopausal women who experienced a considerable growth in stress were 15 times more likely to have shortened telomeres– that is, unless the ladies exercised, in which case the danger disappeared. Telomere advantages began when individuals exercised vigorously for a minimum of 14 minutes each day, three days a week.

All in all, further study is needed before analysts totally comprehend the role telomeres play in longevity and aging prevention. In the meantime, utilizing way of life routines to keep telomeres healthy and strong is still a wise move for maintaining durable health.

 

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So there you have it, doesn’t it always come down to “eat right and exercise” (and don’t sweat the small stuff)?  The key is good nutrition, adequate exercise and maybe some meditation, is all you need to lengthen your Telomeres and in so doing lengthening your life. Now it’s up to you, how badly you want to live longer will determine how you live your life on a daily basis.

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