[VIDEO] Anti-Aging: Is It In Your Genes?

by Houston Vetter - DocResults on February 27,

Dr. Leonard Guarente

Most people I know want to stay younger. So the subject of anti-aging is it in your genes may be of interest you you. Especially what they have found out.

Do you want to lie longer, healthier and a more vibrantly?

I remember once the bald-headed comedian Gallagher once saying, “They say hair is hereditary, it’s in your genes. I got hair in my jeans, I need it on my head.”

Then this video from Prof. Leonard Guarente  may give you some clues on how to do that.

[VIDEO] Anti-Aging: Is It In Your Genes?

From Wikipedia.org

Prof. Leonard P. Guarente is an American biologist best known for his research on life span extension in the budding yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae, round worms Caenorhabditis elegans, and mice. He is currently a Novartis Professor of Biology at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. (http://web.mit.edu/biology/guarente/)

Based on the discovery that SIR2 is a key regulator of longevity in both yeast and worms, he is interested in determining whether this highly-conserved gene also governs longevity in other organisms, including mammals.

One of the ways to to activate the gene (SIR2) to reverse aging by increasing youthening and produce more longevity is hypnosis. And one of our more successful sessions was called Youthening: The Anti-Aging Process.

Right now we are having an “It’s In Your Genes” Sale and you can get a deep discount on Youthening: The Anti-Aging Process .

We’ve known for a long, long time that it is possible to reverse aging, feel younger and look better and we have been doing it using hypnosis for years and now we have scientific background for what is taking place on the level of your genes.

So click here Youthening: The Anti-Aging Process to get started right now.


{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

Deb Brown March 8, 2013 at 5:00 pm

Hi Doc. Thanks a lot for this – it was very informational. The professor mentions red wine as one of the good things for the disease-fighting proteins. Do you know what other food would do the same thing or what I could Google to find it myself? I’m only allowed by my doctor to drink 2 glasses a wine a week and have to find little bottles of red wine, but also need some other suggestions.
Thanks again. Deb B.


Houston Vetter - DocResults March 8, 2013 at 10:18 pm

It is not the red wine that has the benefits. It is the Resveratrol in the red wine. You can look for Resveratrol on the net and there are multiple places to procure it outside of red wine.

Personally, based on the research I’ve done to satisfy myself I go for something that has it all and absorbs directly into the cells. All the daily vitamins, minerals, fruits, vegetables, phyto-nutrients, anti-oxidants, etc. that I’m supposed to get from eating the right (perfect) things (diet)… [Even though there is multiple versions of what is and what isn’t right (perfect).

If you want to look at it visit MasterWellnessNow.com

If you want to investigate it more I can put you in touch with my lady who runs our nutrition side of things and she can give you a health screening via the internet.

To Your Best,
Dr. Vetter


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