September 13, 2019 by admin0

A compound structure at the end of a chromosome.
Telomeres may be one key to the aging process. Telomeres protect our DNA by acting as
buffers at the ends of chromosomes. They have been compared to the plastic caps on
shoelaces that keep the lace from fraying. Telomeres function as shoelace caps do, but they
protect genes instead of shoelaces.
In any living organism, aging is the result of the decrease in the number and / or function of
cells. Every time cells replicate, telomeres shorten until they reach a point where the cells can
no longer divide properly. Cells with such short telomeres usually become senescent or enter
apoptosis, and eventually die. Therefore, telomere length is a crucial biomarker providing insight
into understanding organismal aging.
A telomere is a region of repetitive nucleotide sequences at each end of a chromosome, which
protects the end of the chromosome from deterioration or from fusion with neighboring
chromosomes. In humans, average telomere length declines from about 11 kilobases at birth to
less than 4 kilobases in old age, with average rate of decline being greater in men than in
During chromosome replication, the enzymes that duplicate DNA cannot continue their
duplication all the way to the end of a chromosome, so in each duplication the end of the
chromosome is shortened. The telomeres are disposable buffers at the ends of chromosomes
which are truncated during cell division; their presence protects the genes before them on the
chromosome from being truncated instead.
Over time, due to each cell division, the telomere ends become shorter. They are replenished
by an enzyme, telomerase reverse transcriptase.
Observational studies have found shortened telomeres in many cancers including pancreatic,
bone, prostate, bladder, lung, kidney, and head & neck. In addition, people with many types
of cancer have been found to possess shorter leukocyte telomeres than healthy controls.
However the increase in risk varies by age, sex, tumor type and differences in lifestyle factors.
Some of the same lifestyle factors which increase risk of developing cancer have also been
associated with shortened telomeres: including stress, smoking, physical inactivity and diet high
in refined sugars. Diet and physical activity influence inflammation and oxidative stress.
These factors are thought to influence telomere maintenance. Psychologic stress has also been
linked to accelerated cell aging, as reflected by decreased telomerase activity and short
telomeres. It has been suggested that a combination of lifestyle modifications, including healthy
diet, exercise and stress reduction, have the potential to increase telomere length, reverse
cellular aging, and reduce the risk for aging-related diseases.
Telomerase, the enzyme complex responsible for elongating telomeres through the addition of
telomere repeats to the ends of chromosomes, is activated in approximately 80% of tumors.
We very well know, at initial stages there are no symptoms. Diagnosis for telomere is not
available at all. Shorting of the Telomere can damage our DNA. So only when major disorders
are reported, we would understand the value of healthy Telomers. At this point of time we would
value the need for TELOMERE repair. But by then it is too late.
latest 21st Century technology to verify the TELOMERE’s presence in our system. We are in a
position to diagnose and treat for TELOMERE.
This can be diagnosed much before any other modern science equipment / test could diagnose.
MEHAK WELLNESS CENTER, is the only specialized Centre in INDIA to offer NON-
INVASIVE TELOMERE Diagnosis and Repair.

We, run a 7000 parameter test along with testing for AUTO IMMUNE disorders and are in a
position to guide the client of a future onset or presence of any major diseases and being awarded with BEST SCIENTIFIC HEALTHCARE CENTER OF THE YEAR 2017/2018 BY CORPORATE HEALTH GHANA LIMITED AND WEST AFRICA CLINICAL ALLIANCE SPONSORED BY THE AFRICAN MAYOR MAGAZINE AND OTHERS NOTABLE AWARDS is confident of giving positive results in all cases
handled by them.
The test thus helps us in taking preventive and corrective measures to balance the Telomers.
Diagnosis is carried out to evaluate the quantity of active Telomers, and also its presence in
anti-aging process. If required it can be corrected with Biofeedback therapy.
Supplement to stabilize Telomere can also be offered.
Therapy involves giving corrective Frequency to enhance the growth of Telomers and its
stability. As it supports for anti-aging and is one of the 12 Anti-Aging parameters, balancing the
same helps in the support for ANTI-AGING.
We strongly recommend DETOX procedure. This should be started immediately

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