There’s a molecule found in nature that resembles a soccer ball called a Fullerene. It is made of sixty carbon atoms, and hence, is called C60. It is typically found in soot or other carbon-based-ash in very small amounts.
C60 is becoming highly recognized as a way to slow, stop, or perhaps even reverse aging.
Interested in learning more?
So am I.
I have just started my research into C60, and I thought I would share it with you.
Telomeres have been compared to the plastic tips on shoelaces because they keep the ends of your chromosome from fraying and sticking to each other, which can destroy or scramble an organism’s genetic information.
And, that’s not good for your health. It encourages aging.
You see, inside the nucleus of each of your cells, your genes are arranged along twisted, double-stranded molecules of DNA called chromosomes. Telomeres are found at the ends of your chromosomes, which protect your genetic codes, and make it possible for your cells to divide.
Telomeres determine how you age, and possibly if you are susceptible to cancer.
Here’s how this works:
Each time any of your cells divide, the telomeres get shorter. When they get too short, the cells can no longer divide, and they become inactive and eventually die. This shortening process is associated with aging.
This is where C60 comes in.
Human beings are carbon animals, and since C60 is made of carbon atoms, our bodies respond to them in miraculous ways.
Telomeres are chemically inert (inactive) and are joined together in perfect symmetry. When other compounds that are unstable are present in your body, such as toxins, they stick to these molecules like glue. Since free radicals are highly unstable molecules, C60 molecules been been proven in rodent studies to be very good at cleaning up the free radicals.
C60 has been documented in research studies to be 10-100x more effective as an antioxidant than vitamin E. In a study conducted on Alzheimer rodents treated with C60, the rodents developed Alzheimer’s later in life, and as a result, they lived longer.
Researchers also wanted to know if C60 had any toxic side-effects, so, again, they tested it on rats. They could NOT reach any conclusions to the study, however, because the rats wouldn’t die – they just kept living very energetic and healthy lives, getting younger by the day.
The biggest problem with C60 is that it doesn’t dissolve in water because it is chemically inert. Hence, blending the C60 with oil was discovered to be a good way to benefit from its anti-aging compounds.
In 2012, French researchers discovered that they could simply dissolve C60 in a harmless solution, which happened to be olive oil.
This is called C60 Olive Oil.
Olive oil has many health benefits, one being a liver and gall bladder cleanse. The benefit of adding olive oil to the C60 is the ease with which the body can then eliminate the C60.
Another remarkable observation from this research was that the rodents taking the C60 had their oxidative stress (free radicals) reduced to such a low level that the rodents almost doubled their life span.
This is very interesting.
My guess is that with more success from C60 Olive Oil, the more the FDA and Big Pharma will try to make it illegal, take it off the market, and yadayadaya.
For now, do your own research into C60, and see if it is something that might work for you. If you are ready to get on a better wellness program to stop the aging process, lessen disease and end those pesky health symptoms, contact me for a consultation and we can design a program just for you.
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