[ExI] Product B

BillK pharos at gmail.com
Wed Apr 11 08:42:59 UTC 2012

On Wed, Apr 11, 2012 at 8:26 AM, Kryonica  wrote:
> In his video Andrews stresses that tests had shown that telomerase activators (he quoted the 3 products
> available, T65, Product B and one other) decrease the proportion of short telomeres in only a few months.
> The conclusion he draws is that the telomeres are shortened at a slower pace, and therefore that teleomerase
> "activator is actually doing its job by protecting cells during cell division from shortening their telomeres.
> The mechanism is allegedly that telomerase activator activates telomerase and that consequently telomerase
> adds a telomere to the chromosome during or after cell division to replace the one lost in cell division.
>  And so the cell can divide without shortening.  If this is true, then one's next question is : does preserving
> telomere length on chromosome keep one biologically younger?  Most likely is that telomere length is just
> ONE aspect of ageing.  And actually Andrews says that but he does stress that it is an important one;
>  so he takes his Product!

If you do a search, you find that Isagenix is a typical MLM organisation.
Isagenix International LLC is a multilevel marketing company which
sells products it says remove toxins and fat from the body.
i.e. weight loss, skin creams, diets, etc.etc.
And, of course, they want you to sign up so you too can become a
millionaire selling potions.

They are not illegal, but MLM companies have a severe image problem.
Multi-level marketing (MLM) is a marketing strategy in which the sales
force is compensated not only for sales they personally generate, but
also for the sales of others they recruit, creating a downline of
distributors and a hierarchy of multiple levels of compensation. Other
terms for MLM include pyramid selling, network marketing, and referral

Their products will probably not damage you, except in your wallet.
(About 400 or 500 USD per month for the rest of your life).

After reading the pages and pages of carefully worded sales blurb and
enthusiastic testimonials, you find in the small print that all their
products include the standard disclaimer to avoid inspection by the

"These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug
Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure
or prevent any disease."

Isagenix products have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug
Administration as the FDA does not pre-approve nutritional or dietary
supplements because they are regulated as foods (not drugs) under the
Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act (DSHEA) of 1994.[5] The
FDA does monitor manufacturing practices and labeling for compliance.
Isagenix does use products with an FDA GRAS (Generally Recognized As
Safe) certification if available.

and Associates selling the product are ordered that they
    Make medical or curative claims
    Claim it reverses aging process
    Claim it lengthens telomeres
    Claim it induces telomerase (enzyme that can reverse telomeres shortening)

I'd wait for some proper science reports before buying miracle vitamins.


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