Ethos Marine Phytoplankton & L-Carnosine – Turning Back The Hands of Time
Cells cannot function if DNA damage corrupts the integrity and accessibility of essential information in the genome. Depending on the type of damage inflicted on the DNA’s double helical structure, a variety of repair strategies have evolved to restore lost information. If possible, cells use the unmodified complementary strand of the DNA or the sister chromatid as a template to recover the original information. Without access to a template, cells use an error-prone recovery mechanism known as translesion synthesis as a last resort. Cells are known to eliminate damage to their DNA by chemically reversing it and the Phytoplankton is an excellent source of everything the body needs to heal and repair itself naturally. The body is an incredible chemical factory and it can produce virtually any substance that it requires but it needs a good supply of all the base ingredients to work at its very best efficiency. So phytoplankton gives the body all the basic building blocks so it can heal itself naturally.
Another incredible product is L-Carnosine (Ethos Endymion) and it works hand in hand with the phytoplankton perfectly as it has a completely different method of action. Phytoplankton provides energy and all of the essential vitamins, minerals, essential fatty acids etc. that the body needs. Ethos Endymion is unique that it is the only product commercially available in the world which has been proved scientifically to rejuvenate cells; it increases the hayflick factor which is the number of times that a cell can multiply and divide before it dies and it also increases the length of the cells telomeres, the protective caps on the ends of chromosomes that are linked to ageing and disease, and thus turning back the internal clock in these cells by the equivalent of many years of human life. It also has many other excellent properties and health benefits besides as well.
Here is a previous article that I wrote about telomeres – L-Carnosines-Fight_Against-Premature-Aging
Author: Peter Aldred