How to Stop the Aging Clock

Jan 16, 2024

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Even a stop clock tells the right time twice a day. Your aging is directly attributed to your cells’ ability to effectively complete a cell cycle called mitosis. Mitosis is the process by which a single parent cell divides to make two new daughter cells. Each daughter cell receives a complete set of chromosomes from the parent cell. This process allows the body to grow and replace cells. Mitosis is conventionally divided into 5 phases: prophase, metaphase, anaphase and telophase, and cytokinesis.

Cellular senescence is an irreversible proliferation arrest in response to cellular damage and stress. Although cellular senescence is a highly stable cell cycle arrest, it can influence many physiological, pathological, and aging processes. Such causes of aging include but are not limited to oxidative stress, glycation, telomere shortening, side reactions, mutations, aggregation of proteins, etc. In other words, it is the progressive damage to these structures and functions that we perceive and characterize as aging.

One effective way to ensure healthy mitosis while minimizing cellular damage and stress is cellular nutrition. Cellular nutrition is anti-aging. When you combine physical activity with a daily dietary supplement regimen of bioactive and bioavailable nutrients that promote the production of proteins you can significantly stop your biological clock.