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By Dr. Robert Ehrman
Board Certified Physician
Ann Arbor, Michigan


ox News has published an investigation titled “Who Wants to Live Forever? Scientist Sees Aging Cured,” in which they reported. . .

“. . . the first person who will live to see their 150th birthday
has already been born. And the first person to live for
1,000 years could be less than 20 years younger. ”1

And Time Magazine ran a cover with the headline: “The Year Man Becomes Immortal. ”

Also, 60 Minutes aired a special they called “The Quest for Immortality. ”

It’s a growing trend toward a promising future where we needn’t live in such stark fear worrying about debilitating, degenerative diseases like Heart Attacks, Strokes, Arthritis, Alzheimer's, Diabetes and more.

However, we may not have to wait for that “promising future”. . . thanks to a new scientific health discovery. . .

It Might Already Be Here

Now, if this is the first time you're hearing any of this, I'm sure it sounds almost unbelievable.

But the fact is, immortality is not as farfetched as it may sound.

Dr. Kevin Peterson of Dartmouth University says,

“Immortality might be much more
common than we think. ”2

In fact, it's already been achieved!

There are at least nine species of animals that have a naturally-occurring immortality gene.

These Animals Simply Don't Age

Some of them you probably know.

For example, look at the lobster.

As they get older, lobsters continue to grow larger, stronger, and more fertile. Aging is not a death sentence for them.

They're either eaten by us or another animal. . . or. . . they grow so large their own shell kills them.

If you removed outside threats - lobsters can achieve near immortality.

In fact, there is another animal - a specific type of jellyfish - that already has.

It's called Turritopsis dohrnii.

It's also known as the. . .

“Immortal” Jellyfish3

Anytime it gets sick or injured, it sinks to the ocean floor, transforms back into a polyp, and reemerges as a newborn.

Without predators, the immortal jellyfish can realistically live forever. . . because. . .

It Biologically Turns Back The Hands Of Time. . .
And. . . Is Literally Reborn

Another animal with an immortality gene is the Red Sea Urchin. As it ages, it regenerates damaged parts infinitely. It never really dies.

So what has granted these animals immortality?

And how can we replicate it?

For decades, scientists have carefully studied these animals, analyzing their genetic code for hints about their longevity that might translate into human medicine.

You see, in many ways, most animals are a lot like us. They age in similar ways.

Which begs the question. . .

Why Do We Age?

It’s a complex process, but actually pretty simple to explain on a basic level. Every time our cells duplicate, they create a slightly less accurate or incomplete copy of themselves.

Think of this like a photocopier. The more times you copy a copy, the more degraded the image becomes.

This is why, according to the National Institutes of Health. . .

If You're Over 50 Your Brain Has Already
Shrunk By Up To 5% Or More4

And, it’s also why you’re slowly, but steadily losing muscle mass and adding body fat.

Further, it's also why your heart and lungs (if you do nothing, 45% of your lungs are gone at 70) keep getting weaker. And both of these things contribute to deadly heart attacks. . . the number one cause of death in America.

But more specifically, every time a cell in your body divides, your telomeres (the protective end caps on your chromosomes) get a little bit shorter.

Eventually, they get so short the cell enters a programmed cell death, and the cell dies. So you can think of your telomeres as a counter or a clock for the cell.

“Immortalize” Every Cell In Your Body

However, what if there was a way to maintain (and possibly increase) the length of your telomeres?

Could protecting and nourishing your telomeres be the answer to living to a 1,000-years-old?

I don't know about living to 1,000-years-old. That may or may not become true.

Maybe that's just all media hype to get larger audiences so they can sell more advertisements for more money. Who knows for sure?

But it’s certainly within the realm of actual possibility that, by maintaining the length of telomeres or even slowing down the shortening of telomeres, you could live a much longer, healthier and more fulfilling life.

A recent cover of Science Daily says, “Significant Relationship Between Mortality And Telomere Length Discovered. ”5

Nature, the prestigious scientific journal says, “Telemerase Reverses Ageing Process. ”6

Click on the button below to find out more on nourishing and protecting your telomere length. . . and also. . . to discover. . .

1 Unusual “Food” That Fights The
Cause Of 90% Of All Modern Diseases!


  1. https://www.foxnews.com/health/2011/07/05/who-wants-to-live-forever-scientist-sees-aging-cured/
  2. https://www.nytimes.com/2012/12/02/magazine/can-a-jellyfish-unlock-the-secret-of-immortality.html?_r=0
  3. https://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2009/01/090130-immortal-jellyfish-swarm.html
  4. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2596698/
  5. https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2012/11/121108141018.htm