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TA-65 Teloomerase Activator Health and Longevity Benefits - Preliminary Results of TA-65 User's Survey
Date:2/17/2013

collection of qualitative data gathered through survey research. A survey seeks to gather people’s opinions by measuring their responses to a set of questions.

As we already know, the full spectrum of TA-65 benefits can only be seen after a taking the supplement for a minimum of 6 months. This study outlined the benefits seen in actual human subjects, during the course of the 6 months.

There were slightly more males (60%) in this survey than females (40%). The average age of respondents was 61 years. Survey participant ages ranged from the youngest participant who was 30 years old, to the oldest respondent at 83 years. All (100%) respondents were currently taking at least two TA-65 supplement capsules daily.

An overwhelming % of those surveyed (Greater than 80%) saw improvements in:

Immune function, mood and sense of general well-being, quality of their hair and were complemented by friends and family on improvements in their appearance.

75% of those studied experienced improved joint mobility, a reduction in joint pain, improved energy and greater exercise tolerance and endurance.

75% of the survey also saw improvements in the quality of their skin and had fewer colds (a testament to the improved immune function.)

50% of more of those studied saw improvements in their quality of sleep, vision and sexual function.

If you have been taking TA-65 for more than 6 months, we encourage you to take part in TA-65 Users Survey. We welcome any feedback you can give!

Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013-02/ta-65/prweb10437973.htm.


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