Los Angeles, California (PRWEB) August 24, 2013
It all started with astragalus, an unassuming Chinese herb that has become a huge topic of discussion in the biopharmaceutical industry. Through a proprietary purification and refinement process, a single molecule from astragalus is extracted. The molecule is called TA-65, TA Sciences’ flagship product, which has been shown to improve the immune system.
Though TA Sciences is staying tight-lipped about its high-profile customers, one name that has gone public is Dustin Keller, NFL tight end and current player for the Miami Dolphins. According to Men’s Journal, Keller had nothing but praises to sing about his TA-65 pill regiment which he believed led to a beefed up immune system as well as shorter recovery times post workouts.
Another TA-65 user, Bill Andrews, claims he saw huge improvements in his performance as an ultra-marathon runner. Usually a straggler when it comes to distance running, Andrews claimed that his times dropped dramatically after picking up TA-65. “I was in a race in Salt Lake City and was blowing by runners who’ve always beaten me,” he says.
TA Sciences has been gaining momentum as a world-class company since its inception in 2002. Founded by Noel Patton, the New York-based firm works closely with a veteran team of doctors and researchers to unlock the secrets of human health and longevity. Patton, ardent supporter of cellular health, now spends his time marketing and researching TA-65.
About T.A. Sciences:
T.A. Sciences is a consumer health and wellness company dedicated to discovering and creating groundbreaking products through telomerase activation. Based on the science of telomere biology, the company is solely focused on research-based solutions to rejuvenating the aging process on a cellular level.
Targeting telomeres, the protective caps at the end of all chromosomes that are critical to healthy cell function, T.A. Sciences’ products activate an enzyme that can slow down and possibly reverse age- and lifestyle-related telomere shortening. Short telomeres can cause mutations and degradations to chromosomes leading to loss of cell functionality. Its inaugural product, TA-65 is the only proven product focused on the telomerase activation market.
Founded in 2002, T.A. Sciences is headquartered in New York City.