When I ask people that question you’d be surprised at the answers I get. The dollar values go from $10,000 on the low side (no, I am not kidding) to priceless. And of course there are the people unwilling to even play this as a game who say, “every life is priceless”.
So, I am going to ask you the question in a different way.
How often do you think of your healthspan and lifespan when you make the following choices:
1) How much sleep to get on a regular basis
2) How much exercise and what kind to do on a regular basis
3) The food and supplement choices you make
4) Where you get your information on health from
5) Do you meditate regularly or not
6) Have you had your Vitamin D or [eafl id=”2389″ name=”Omega 3 Stick Test” text=”Omega 6/3 ratios tested”] on at least an annual basis?
Whether you know it or not, each and every one of those questions relates directly to the length of your biologic time clocks, known as telomeres. If you read the book “[eafl id=”2395″ name=”The Immortality Edge” text=”The Immortality Edge”]”, then you have a pretty strong inkling about why these are important questions and why they form the cornerstone of healthy lifestyles.
The truth is there are many sources for information about your health. If you believe that the best source is someone who sells pots, pans and magnetic widgets and just about everything under the sun, then you are missing the point. I am not the only one with good information, but I am the only one who has written a book about what is clearly the most important biologic marker for aging ever discovered: the telomere. My old motto “others will copy but none compare” has never been truer than in this field of cutting edge, anti-aging medicine.
I have always believed everyone should do everything they can to preserve this life and to improve their health for as long as possible. I have been a guinea pig for that very purpose many times in my life. I continue to take large doses of my own ultra-pure fish oil every day and to monitor my Omega 6/3 ratios.
Next week, I will be in Iceland doing research on that very topic. I am also in my third year of taking [eafl id=”2390″ name=”TA-65″ text=”TA-65″], not only because it is helping my telomere length and because it is the only telomerase activator with real human studies, but because I feel great on it and less great when I stop it.
I understand you may not think you can afford TA-65. All I can do is ask the question, “What is your life worth?” If the answer is “not that much!” then you should have a serious look at the Telomere Edge Packs, which I designed to fill the need for something less expensive, but still giving good support to those all important telomeres of yours.
Either way, I think you are worth it and I’d bet there is at least one other person who agrees!