Welcome to a New Year of New Possibility

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Welcome to a new year of new possibility.

Science is advancing so quickly and so many new discoveries have been made in the past year. The science and medicine surrounding telomeres and their effect on cell regeneration and aging is evolving at a very rapid pace. If you work with patients or clients who want to live into their 80’s, 90’s, and beyond, you must not miss this important conference on scientific discovery and emerging therapies for cell regeneration and anti-aging.

That’s why I am honored and excited to be included as a featured presenter at the upcoming …


Telomeres Summit happening January 18-25

Cellular-Aging-and-Your-Health | Welcome to a New Year of New Possibility

This conference, (with free registration!), is like a bootcamp for anyone interested in anti-aging, whether as a physician caring for patients or as an individual just interested in extending youth and vitality into later years.

Telomere – from the Greek for “end part” – is a region of nucleotide sequences at the end of a chromosome. Its job is to protect the terminal regions of chromosomal DNA against deterioration by differentiating the true end of a DNA string from a double-broken DNA strand.

But these small structures at the ends of chromosomes known as telomeres change as we age. They naturally shorten as life goes on, inhibiting cellular function, now believed to be a primary cause of aging. Studies have shown this shortening of the telomeres to be one of several factors that cause cells to age.

But we don’t have to take it lying down! We can activate telomerase – the enzymes that regulate telomere length – making our cells physically younger.

At the conference, we will be discussing telomere biology, testing options, therapies, supplements, and MUCH, MUCH more. Presentations will cover …

  • Specific recent advancements in telomeres science
  • Connections between telomeres and cancer, cardiovascular health, and chronic illness
  • Ways to educate others about telomere biology and its importance
  • How the enzyme telomerase can lengthen telomeres and keep cells physically younger
  • The #1 way to market telomerase activators efficiently


The Summit is founded and hosted by Dr. Joseph M. Raffaele, M.D. who has brought together more than 40 of the experts who are leading and making the advancements in this exciting emergent field of medicine.

This is a longtime passion of mine and all ours at Peak Human. We have been writing on telomeres and their ability to keep cells younger for years. And we are excited that this important field is emerging to receive the attention and participation it deserves.


We hope you will join us! The registration is free and includes more than $500 in bonus values throughout the conference. Since there is no cost for tickets, they will be gone quickly – act now and get your free tickets here.

I look forward to seeing you at the Summit!

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