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Free Anti-Aging Teleseminar Teaches People Key Lifestyle Changes To Maximize Longevity
Date:3/24/2010

an predict your biological age, versus your chronolgical age, and whether you are on an advanced aging track. Ullis added that, "How you look is sometimes an indicator of your biological age, but outward appearances can be deceiving. Nurturing your internal health is an absolute must if you want to really live a long life"

According to Ben Innes-Ker, AskAnAntiAgingExpert.com founder, this teleseminar experience is unique because It follows the Socratic method of learning.

Those who attend the call ask the questions. We’ve received over 138 questions for Dr. Karlis Ullis already. We prune the questions to those of greatest interest to all. It makes our teleseminar as content-rich as you could possibly imagine. And that’s because the content originated with the listeners themselves"

Over the past 30 years, Dr Karlis Ullis has helped thousands of athletes as well as everyday people improve their health and ability to live long, active lives. He offers his unique Regenerative Medicine for patients in his Santa Monica, CA clinic.

And now, for 200 fortunate teleseminar attendees, he’s offering his step-by-step anti-aging program free for an entire 70 minutes.

Listeners can learn the exact Karlis Ullis step-by-step anti-aging program by attending the 70-minute, live teleseminar on March 25th at 9PM EST. Only 850 teleslots are available. See www.AskAnAntiAgingExpert.com for more information.

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