Epitalon – What is it and how does it work?

Epitalon (a.k.a. epithalon or epithalon) is a synthetically-derived tetrapeptide, meaning that it consists of four amino acid chains. It was discovered by the Russian scientist Professor Vladimir Khavinson, who then conducted epitalon-related research for the next 35 years in both animal and human clinical trials. The results were astounding. For the first time ever, human clinical trials proved beyond doubt that a substance consisted of powerful life extension and anti-aging properties.

Epitalons primary role is to increase the natural production of telomerase, a natural enzyme that helps cells reproduce telomeres, which are the protective parts of our DNA. This allows the replication of our DNA so the body can grow new cells and rejuvenate old ones.

Younger people produce a relatively large amount of telomerase and longer telomeres. The longer the telomere strands are, the better cell health and replication they provide. However, as people age, the production of telomerase falls and consequently cell replication and health decline. This is the main reason that people age.

Numerous studies have shown the importance of telomerase production and telomere rejuvenation in fighting the symptoms of aging. In one such study conducted on 913 pairs of twins, the twin with stronger telomerase production looked younger and had better health than his/her twin counterpart. In another study of 38 people who were 100 years or older, the healthiest participants had the strongest and longest telomeres.

As epitalon has been shown to increase the production of telomerase which in turn strengthens and lengthens telomeres, this means that epitalon can play a vital role in decreasing the aging process and thus extending human longevity.

This breakthrough discovery in understanding telomerase production shows that epitalon is the only known substance to increase telomerase production and telomere strand length, which are primary factors in fighting aging.

Epitalon – The benefits
As a result of epitalons effect on telomerase production, the benefits are unique and far-reaching. Benefits of epitalon include:

  • Increase of human lifespan
  • Significant boosting of energy levels
  • Promotion of deeper sleep
  • Delay and prevention of age-related diseases such as cancer, heart disease and dementia
  • Improvement of skin health and appearance
  • Healing of injured and deteriorating muscle cells

The range of benefits that epitalon provides are immense and cannot be squeezed into a single article, but the following will indicate what research so far has shown epitalon can do. If there is one particular benefit of epitalon, it is that epitalon lets us live longer and healthier.

Epitalon – Increasing human lifespan
The unique makeup of humans is determined by our DNA strands. On the tip of each DNA strand are telomeres, which prevent the loss of vital genetic information that happens each time a cell divides. Every time a cell divides, the telomeres get shorter. The more frequent the cell division, the shorter telomeres become, until they become too short, preventing further cell division, growth, and rejuvenation. Numerous studies have shown that the shortening of telomeres is linked to age-related diseases and is a good predictor of early death.

However, there is an enzyme produced naturally in our body called telomerase (not to be confused with ‘telomeres’) which reverses the process of telomere shortening and degradation. Unfortunately our telomerase production declines significantly as we age.

So, when telomerase production is reactivated, cells can exceed their time limit and continue to divide in a healthy manner, allowing us to live longer. This is exactly what epitalon does. It reactivates the production of telomerase which in turn strengthens and elongates the telomeres in our cell’s DNA strands. This decreases cell death and degeneration, extending the lifespan of our cells and preventing a plethora of age-related diseases.

Early research into epitalon found that people who took epitalon had about a 25% longer life than their non-epitalon counterparts. These early studies triggered further studies which corroborated the initial findings. One of these studies reported that epitalon increased the lifespan of elderly and senile individuals by an incredible 50%.

Epitalon – Allowing a longer, healthier life
Through its stimulating action on telomerase production and the pineal gland, epitalon plays an important role in inhibiting cancerous tumor growth, increasing the effectiveness of deep sleep, preventing a wide variety of age-related diseases through its elimination of free radicals, and, most importantly, increasing human lifespan. In addition to all of this, it also promotes improved skin health and gives joint and muscle pain relief, the latter being a very common symptom of aging.