Genome mapping helps to identify the aging process. | Knutsford Times

Genome mapping helps to identify the aging process.

By on November 2, 2009

In 2003 the human genome was finally mapped due to an open collaboration mainly between the US and certain biotech companies.  In 2004 over 130 senior scientists from Nu Skin (an international cosmetics company) joined forces with the US Perdue University and sought the 25,000 or so genes responsible for our aging.

Since then, they have patented a specific method of identifying a sequence of genes which effect aging in the blood, serum, plasma and all organs including the skin. They have also created a patented serum called ageLOC, which when applied topically on the skin is claimed to ‘reset’ these youth genes and poteitially inhibit biological aging!

The global anti aging industry is worth billions but Nu Skin is set to upset the balance of power with this advancement, since it targets to the very sources of aging – our genes.

In 2010 ageLOC will be consumed in nutritional form, to slow the aging process from the inside as well. Piers Sparrow from Optimum said ‘people are seeking effective and noninvasive ways of repairing the damage caused by time but also slowing their actual aging process and ageLOC is providing the answer’. Piers is local and can be contacted on 07989763201 or lockyourage@gmail.com.

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