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Originally posted by Iamonlyhuman
Ahh.. the fountain of youth... I can't imagine why anyone would actually want to change their DNA (if in fact that's what it does) to regain a youthful appearance. That said, I'm absolutely certain many will want to!
Originally posted by Leapass
reply to post by Ashley_T
Apparently this individual, Ryan Foley, has spent the last 10 years developing a product that claims the following:
He doesn't look old enough to have done 10 years research and still have went to any kind of college
Originally posted by PoisonousPoison
Seems to me that if someone tried to alter/change their DNA and it doesn't work out as planned then that person who tried will more than likely have a defect they haven't had before and go down a road that they will be unable to change.
He probably attended Lund University but I wonder why it is not being sold in Sweden if that is the case. Why take something researched in Sweden and then sell it from Canada to just Canada and US?
Originally posted by ZeroKnowledge
Well we have natural repair mechanisms. So it is possible to add stuff that acts on same principle. However the issue is so complex and there are so many things unknown that i highly doubt if someone can make those claims and 100 percent stand behind them.
But while vast majority of DNA is still considered "junk" - i see no real breakthroughs like one promoted here.
Acti-Sirtuin also inhibits telomerase, the harmful enzyme responsible for shortening the end caps (telomeres) of chromosomes. Over the course of your life-time, as telomere length decreases so does the number of times a cell can replicate. Acti-Sirtuin helps to maintain telomere length and therefore helps prolong cellular life.
Originally posted by Solomons
damn straight,why would people not want to? if you dont fine,but i know alot of people would.No shame in that.