Sunday, December 13, 2015

HealthBlogger Special Report - Age Reversal & Buying Time has Arrived...

Celebrating it's 10th year of publishing

HealthBlogger Special Report

Have you ever tried to walk up, a down escalator at the mall?  
Think of that escalator.  It describes well, how we age. The bottom of the escalator represents failed DNA repair, short telomeres and ultimately death. The top of the escalator, represents properly repaired DNA via your own stem cells, long telomere length and youth
Stress to the body represents how fast or slow, we walk up that always down moving escalator.  

If we can repair the body faster, than it is damaged, it's like running up the down escalator, the opposite is true too.  If we repair poorly, it's like walking slowly or hardly at all, and it quickly takes us down.

Dr Ed Park, MD is the worlds authority on this science...

"A New Stem Cell Theory of Aging"

Telomeres: The Ultimate Biomarker

Resources to benefit from the ideas above:
Recharge - Formulated by Dr Ed Park, MD

Recommended Books:
Christopher Wiechert, CNC is available for consultation on your health issues and has been consulting for over 38 years.  
Always see a medical doctor and get a second opinion, from a nutritionally oriented practitioner before starting any program.  This is called Integrated or Complementary Medicine.

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