We age as our Telomeres shorten.

Experts in ageing agree that current anti-ageing treatments do little to reverse ageing. They often temporarily make skin appear smoother and plumper by causing inflammation, which can actually damage the skin. Popular treatments that blast or melt the skin may accelerate ageing and thin the skin, contrary to their intended effect. Consequently, many people may be unknowingly accelerating skin ageing.

Imagine discovering the true answer to age reversal only to find it is blocked!

Since 1999, Dr Bill Andrews research company Sierra Sciences has invested over $33 million dollars in to Telomere research and screened over 350,000 compounds in their search for the strongest active ingredients that switch on the telomerase gene within our cells by coaxing the repressor away from the telomerase gene. They found over 900 compounds that activated telomerase, but by far the strongest telomerase activator discovered is a molecule known as TAM-818.

TAM stands for Telomerase Activating Molecule and the ‘818’ is a nick-name because this was the 314,818th molecule that Sierra Sciences screened. When viewed in a petri dish with human fibroblast cells and run through their state of the art testing equipment, the Scientific Team were astounded to see that TAM-818 was at least 300 x stronger than any other molecule!

Today, TAM-818 is still the strongest telomerase activator of any discovered by at least 300 times, and only found in One Truth 818.

Why keep Telomere's long?

You now know that as cells divide telomeres shorten.  They continue to shorten until they are so short that the cell cannot divide further and that cell dies (becomes a senescent cell).  Having an abundance of senescent cells can wreak havoc on your health and the surrounding cells (encouraging them to also malfunction!) and having an abundance of cells with critically short telomeres is also not a good situation.  As Dr Bill Andrews so succinctly says – “bad things happen when telomeres get short!”