Dr. Scott’s Age-REVERSING Protocol
Wouldn’t it be great if we could turn back time?
I wouldn’t want to repeat all the stupid things I did in my 20s… but I’m sure we’d all like to look and feel like we did decades ago.
And, believe it or not, it’s possible.
How fast and well you age is actually determined by these tiny “caps” in our DNA that most people don’t know about.
And once you learn how to protect them, you can practically start aging in REVERSE.
We all have ticking bomb in our genes.
Every time a cell divides in our bodies it takes a step closer to dying or becoming useless (these are called senescent cells).
Our cells mark time with bits of DNA called telomeres. Telomeres are like the plastic sleeves on the end of shoe laces (called aglets): lose the sleeve and the shoelace unravels.
When your cells protective telomeres run out, your DNA unravels, and the cell dies.
We see all this cellular destruction as aging: our skin sags and wrinkles, our brains slow down, and it takes longer to get going in the morning.
We used to think this was a one-way street, but we now know better.
Scientists discovered certain conditions where telomeres can lengthen: imagine those aglets on your shoes getting a bit longer every day. Being able to make telomers longer is like activating your own, natural Fountain of Youth.
In a real way, lengthening of telomeres is turning back time: your cells stay healthier for longer.
But how do you do that?
Dr. Scott’s “Turn Back Time” Program:
- Exercise: One of the best ways to keep your telomeres long is to exercise. Find something you love to do: walk, run, bike, swim, golf, tennis… and do it as often as you can.
- Fiber: Your body needs much more fiber than you are getting. Fiber helps to keep our bowels regular, but also takes toxins out of our bodies. My favorite fiber is ground flax seeds.
- Proteins: Grass-fed and free-range meats are low in chemicals and are full of good fats. These proteins help your body in a variety of ways.
- Antioxidants: Especially those found in colorful fruits and veggies. If you don’t get enough vegetables in your diet, make sure you supplement. I like a superfood blend I mix into my food every day.
- Curcumin: An extract of turmeric. Curcumin is anti-inflammatory and provides good antioxidant protection.
- Fish oils: They are essential fatty acids that most people are not getting enough of. Make sure you supplement if you are not eating fish two to three times a week.
- Vitamin E, selenium, CoQ10, and astaxanthin are supplements proven to help push back the clock on telomeres. These are best to supplement.
Father time will always get his due, but, with a bit of help, you can push your appointment back (and feel great in the meantime).
Health and Happiness,
Dr. Scott Olson, ND
Written By Dr. Scott Olson, ND
Nearly 25 years ago, failed mainstream medical treatments left Dr. Olson in constant pain – and his health in ruins. And that’s when he did something REVOLUTIONARY. He began his career in medicine – and dedicated his life to uncovering the true, underlying causes of disease.
Through his innovative medical practices in Tennessee and Colorado, Dr. Olson has helped cure countless seniors from across America of arthritis… heart disease… diabetes… and even cancer. All without risky prescription drugs or painful surgeries.
View More Free Articles
My wife and I were looking through our photo albums the other evening, enjoying a little stroll down memory lane. We were laughing about the good times, and even some of the bad times, when it struck me… Not everyone will have this luxury. See, if you’re a senior, your memory is one of your...
How do you like it when a mainstream doc tells you, “it’s just a normal part of aging?” I guess “normal” means you don’t sleep as well as you used to, you take more and more drugs, and let’s not even mention what happens in the bedroom… But don’t listen to any of that hogwash....
Something is stealing the lives of men. Before our very eyes, our fathers, brothers, and friends are being snatched away at an alarming rate. And the cause is so dark, no one will talk about it. But today, I’m going to shed some light on the subject. Researchers have found that if you’re a senior...
Heartburn can be terribly uncomfortable. That feeling of tightness and burning in your chest is miserable! And being told you have to give up your favorite foods to find relief doesn’t make anything better either. Now, when your heartburn strikes, you might be tempted to reach for acid-blocking medicine. And who could blame you? But...
I suffer from constant bloating. No matter how little I eat, I feel as stuffed as if I just had Thanksgiving dinner. What should I do? –Pearl from Lancaster, PA Bloating most often happens when the microorganisms in the gut have a meal. As the collection of bacteria and other organisms eat, they produce gas…...
Most of you readers are already pretty good about taking care of yourselves. You recognize when something’s wrong and you pay attention to it. Whether it’s that ache in your back, or you’re feeling tired more often… you do the same thing: seek out a solution. Sometimes, however, the problem is subtler than that… and...
Dear Living Well Daily Reader, Trying to get the perfect blood pressure can really wear you down. The never-ending hours on the treadmill… the risky drugs from your mainstream doc… And what does it get you? Some barely-moved numbers and a long list of side effects. Plus, all the stress of managing it just ends...
When it comes to preventing colon cancer, your mainstream doc will give you all sorts of dietary suggestions. Mostly, they’ll tell you to give up some of your favorite things, like red meat, dessert, and alcohol. But here’s what they won’t tell you: Something THEY give you increases your risk of this deadly disease! That’s...
Oh, mainstream medicine… will it ever get anything right? Again, they’re trotting out the tired old line, FAT IS BAD FOR YOU! But this latest mistake, however, is truly embarrassing. Because, as always, there’s MORE to the story. Don’t worry—I’m going to give you “the skinny” on fat… and tell you exactly what the mainstream...
For years, research studies have been done on populations that have nothing to do with the people who are going to take the drugs. For example, they might test a drug for seniors on a group of college kids… So of course the results aren’t going to be the same! And all of this inconclusive...